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Turi Simeti at De Buck Gallery

February 28, 2014

De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of Italian artist Turi Simeti. A prominent member of the Italian branch of the Zero movement alongside artists such as Lucio Fontana and Enrico Castellani, Simeti has been exploring variations of simple arrangements of ovals in monochromatic shaped canvases since the 1960s. His recent work builds […]

Press for Inheritance

February 12, 2014

Inheritance has received great reviews since it opened in January, including those on Co.Design and The New York Photo Review among others. In addition, renowned magazine Whitewall has published an in-depth interview with the artist in celebration of the exhibition, which is not to be missed!

Matthew Hawtin at Art Basel Miami

February 6, 2014

Richie Hawtin and his brother, Matthew Hawtin, discuss the CONTAINED art concept during Art Basel Miami, while exploring how they each influenced one another throughout the years through their own individual creative pursuits; Matthew with his visual art and Richie with his music. Along the way, the two brothers found themselves reducing down to the […]

Dion Johnson at Lancaster Museum of Art and History

January 15, 2014

Dion Johnson’s animated video, Light Sequence – Aquarium, will be on view in the Education Gallery at the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, CA from January 18 through March 16. The museum describes Johnson’s piece as “a moving painting that draws inspiration from how he experiences the environment around him.” For more information, […]

Andrea Tese featured in Creem

January 14, 2014

By Elene Damenia  Photographer Andrea Tese has the kind of amazing style that tells stories beyond what is seen in her images. She has a knack for uniquely portraying peoples’ lives and surroundings and catching moments in every day life that delve deep beneath the surface. A true Manhattan girl, Tese lives and works in […]

Light Art in Germany

January 9, 2014

Light Art in Germany in the 21st Century In celebration of the exhibition at the Art Museum Celle, we would like to announce an exhibition featuring Hans Kotter, Regine Schumann and Ruby Anemic.  Taking part are light art pioneers, classic artists and trend setters – from Mack to Piene, from Kotter to Mattner, from Berresheim […]


November 30, 2013

We are pleased to announce the participation of both Regine Schumann and Hans Kotter in the exhibition “Scheinwerfer – Light Art in 21st Century Germany” at the Kunstmuseum Celle in Celle, Germany. The exhibition is on view through March 30, 2014. The exhibition features pieces by 30 contemporary German artists who utilize light in some […]

Current Exhibitions by Hans Kotter

October 2, 2013

In addition to the installation at Syracuse University through October 20, Hans Kotter is participating in exhibitions at the Osthaus Museum in Hagen, Germany, and the Museum Ritter in Waldenbuch Germany this month. Kotter’s solo exhibition, Light Flow, is on view at the Osthaus Museum through January 12, 2014. Opening October 19, and on view […]

Le provocazioni di Zevs, l’artista che manipola le griffe

Italian magazine Sette recently published a wonderful article about Zevs in celebration of his exhibition at the gallery. Please see below for an English translation. The provocations of Zevs, the artist who manipulates designer labels A former street artist and graffiti artist, Aghirre Schwarz twists icons, myths, and symbols: he serves as a ferocious critic […]

John Clement Works on Display

September 25, 2013

John Clement’s work is currently on display at two prominent Southern institutions. His 2012 sculpture Caracol is currently installed at the Discovery Museum on Hilton Head, NC, and the 2007 work Squirt (pictured) is displayed at Georgia Tech. If you are in the area of either exhibition, don’t miss these amazing outdoor installations!

artnet Artist Interview: Zevs

September 16, 2013

artnet partnered with De Buck Gallery to interview French artist, Zevs (b.1977). A pioneer in the Paris Street Art scene, Zevs has been active since the early 1990s, and has since garnered a wide audience for his works. His most notable series include his Visual Attacks series and his infamous Visual Kidnapping. His highly successful, ongoing Liquidated Logos series uses his unique high-pressure jet technique. We […]

Street Artist Zevs on Attacking Luxury Brands With Their Own Logos

September 12, 2013

French street artist Zevs (pronounced “Zeus,” like the Greek god) fearlessly appropriates logos of corporate companies for messy, irreverent works that he spray-paints in large scale on public walls and lately also shows in galleries. In some cases, his provocative approach has led to rather extreme consequences. In 2009, Zevs was arrested in Hong Kong […]

Hans Kotter at Syracuse University

August 29, 2013

Three works by Hans Kotter  – Tunnel View-Rectangle,Windows Straight, and Chromatic Plants, will be on view at the Syracuse University Art Galleries from September 5 – October 20, 2013. Don’t miss the installation if you are in Syracuse this fall!

William Sweetlove in LA

June 13, 2013

William Sweetlove has hit the streets of Los Angeles! Six red and pink monumental Cloned Bulldogs were installed along Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood prior to last week’s LA Pride festival. The dogs are scheduled to remain on view throughout the summer, so don’t miss them if you are in town! In an unfortunate […]

How far does the apple drop?

June 6, 2013

The Japan Times by Stuart Munro “I don’t like Graffiti” states French artist Zevs, who is known for his street-art work and is currently showing at The Container in Daikanyama. “Heaven” presents two pieces. The first — a poster depicting a young couple in New York surrounded by electronics, while the Apple logo bears down […]

XOOOOX Review in ARTnews

May 22, 2013

Be sure to pick up the June issue of ARTnews for a review of our February exhibition of works by XOOOOX, “Everything, Everything!” Doug McClemont praises the way the exhibition served as a reminder of “the ways in which painting, print, photography and fantasy differ and overlap.” For more information about XOOOOX’s work, please contact […]

Zevs at Art Miami on Frames and Fortune

April 5, 2013

Zevs’ performance “Liquidation of the Yes Symbols” and our booth at Art Miami 2012 were featured on the first webisode of the series Frames and Fortune.

Its Liquid International Contest

March 18, 2013

De Buck Gallery is pleased to announce that Regine Schumann’s 2012 performance in Venice, Connect, Back to Back, was selected as the winner of the It’s LIQUID International Contest in the performing arts category. Schumann’s work is one of 10 winning pieces selected by the Jury from among over 500 entries. For more information, please […]

Large-scale Manus sculptures on view at Armory

February 18, 2013

By Jan Sjostrom Each Jane Manus sculpture is many works in one. Her geometric painted aluminum sculptures sketch shapes in the air that change depending on the vantage point. Six large-scale works by Manus are on view for the season at the Armory Art Center’s sculpture garden in West Palm Beach. A smaller wall piece […]

Fashion Faux Pas

February 13, 2013

Last week, Zevs’ role in the conversation between art and fashion was discussed at Fordham University’s Fashion Law Institute. Crain’s New York Business had the following to say: Some street artists, such as the French artist Zevs, have made artistic pieces out of logos, including Louis Vuitton and Chanel marks, that have been altered to […]

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