“FREEDOM AS FORM”, A GROUP SHOW BY BR1, ALEXIS DIAZ, ERON AND FAITH47 AT WUNDERKAMMERN GALLERY MILAN

Posted June 27, 2016
“FREEDOM AS FORM”, A GROUP SHOW BY BR1, ALEXIS DIAZ, ERON AND FAITH47 AT WUNDERKAMMERN GALLERY MILAN

Wunderkammern will be opening “Freedom as Form”, the first group show on their new Milan venue which will showcase the latest artworks from  BR1 (Italy), Alexis Diaz (Puerto Rico), Eron (Italy) and  Faith47 (South Africa).  While these artists are quite busy preparing for the show, we got lucky and had the opportunity to ask Alexis Diaz…

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LAND, “SWAMP OF TIME” SHOW AT NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY LOS ANGELES INTERVIEW

Posted June 21, 2016
LAND, “SWAMP OF TIME” SHOW AT NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY LOS ANGELES INTERVIEW

New Image Art Gallery recently opened “Swamp of Time”, the latest exhibition from LAND. A collaboration between American artists and designers, Caleb Owen Everitt and Ryan Rhodes. LAND explores typography, iconography, and arrangement of materials. We had the chance to ask the duo a few questions about the process behind their latest series of artworks….

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THIS IS MINA HAMADA

Posted June 11, 2016
THIS IS MINA HAMADA

Mina Hamada is a Japanese artist who has been travelling the world doing massive murals and art exhibitions. Her artworks are explosions of colors and whimsical randomness. Ambiguous forms and figures pulsate brilliant hues reminiscent of the inner child’s favorite candy-colored dream. Through her art, Mina Hamada shares the joy of colors in sweet electric…

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MEET YOH NAGAO (JAPANESE VERSION)

Posted June 4, 2016
MEET YOH NAGAO (JAPANESE VERSION)

Yoh Nagao is a Japanese collage artist based in Berlin. Alluring viewers with well-placed compositions of vibrantly colored images from high-end magazines, Nagao underlines society’s perception of luxury, beauty, and materialism; themes consistently found in the core of his art. He is currently in Mexico working on his project “Wonder Colors” which is inspired by…

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MEET YOH NAGAO

Posted May 26, 2016
MEET YOH NAGAO

Yoh Nagao is a Japanese collage artist based in Berlin. Alluring viewers with well-placed compositions of vibrantly colored images from high-end magazines, Nagao underlines society’s perception of luxury, beauty, and materialism; themes consistently found in the core of his art. He is currently in Mexico working on his project “Wonder Colors” which is inspired by…

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KNOW HOPE, “THE TRUTH, AS TOLD IN OUR MOTHER TONGUE” SOLO SHOW AT DIE KUNSTAGENTIN GALLERY COLOGNE

Posted May 24, 2016
KNOW HOPE, “THE TRUTH, AS TOLD IN OUR MOTHER TONGUE” SOLO SHOW AT DIE KUNSTAGENTIN GALLERY COLOGNE

In May 26, 2016, Die Kunstagentin Gallery will present the works of Addam Yekutieli aka Know Hope titled “The Truth, As Told in our Mother Tongue”. The show focuses on the current refugee crisis issue. I had the chance to get a hold of Addam to inquire what his upcoming show is about. Interview by Mark Changco….

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“WHO’S YOUR DADDY?”, A GROUP SHOW BY SUPAKITCH, CRASH, FLYING FORTRESS AND GROTESK AT KOLLY GALLERY NEW YORK

Posted May 19, 2016
“WHO’S YOUR DADDY?”, A GROUP SHOW BY SUPAKITCH, CRASH, FLYING FORTRESS AND GROTESK AT KOLLY GALLERY NEW YORK

Since September 2015, Kolly Gallery has been exhibiting in temporary locations bringing urban art awareness to everyone. Tonight, May 19, 2016, the gallery will present a group show, “Who’s Your Daddy?” by Crash, Flying Fortress, Supakitch and Grotesk. I have the opportunity to interview Julien Kolly, the gallerist and Flying Fortress about the show. Interview…

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“BETTER HABITS”, A GROUP SHOW BY LAUREN NAPOLITANO, DAVID BRAY AND WORD TO MOTHER AT ATHEN B GALLERY OAKLAND

Posted May 18, 2016
“BETTER HABITS”, A GROUP SHOW BY LAUREN NAPOLITANO, DAVID BRAY AND WORD TO MOTHER AT ATHEN B GALLERY OAKLAND

Athen B Gallery presented a group show “Better Habits” last Saturday, May 14, 2016. I have the opportunity to ask Brock, the gallery’s curator, a couple of questions about the show and what were his insights about it. Interview by Mark Changco. Photos and artworks provided by Athen B Gallery. Tell me about “Better Habits”….

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JOEL DANIEL PHILLIPS, “BELONGINGS” SOLO SHOW AT HASHIMOTO CONTEMPORARY GALLERY

Posted May 16, 2016
JOEL DANIEL PHILLIPS, “BELONGINGS” SOLO SHOW AT HASHIMOTO CONTEMPORARY GALLERY

May 5th 2016, Hashimoto Contemporary presented “Belongings”, a solo show of new charcoal and graphite drawings on paper by Joel Daniel Phillips. Following his first solo show at the gallery in 2014, the artist returned this month with a body of work that explores the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco. Photos provided by Hashimoto…

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THIS IS MICHAEL REEDER

Posted May 14, 2016
THIS IS MICHAEL REEDER

Interview by Crist Espiritu. Artworks by Michael Reeder. How did you get into art? Did you know early on in your life that you’re going to be an artist? I was into it like most kids, but there was somewhat of an epiphany moment, if you want to call it that, when I was in…

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