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Daniel Arsham Will Feature New Sand Artwork at His Upcoming Solo Show in Paris

Daniel Arsham will launch a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in Paris, France dubbed “THE ANGLE OF REPOSE.” The showcase will presumably be an extension of his ongoing “Fictional Archaelogies” project and will include a striking series of sand paintings, blue and pink sand gradients, sculptural casts, and perhaps, a sizable installation reflecting the overall […]

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Blondey McCoy Announces “Us and Chem.” Exhibition

As well as working with Palace, running Thames, and skating for adidas, London’s Blondey McCoy has been carving out a reputation as a promising young artist. After a handful of exhibitions over the past few years, including last year’s “Fourth Fancy,” McCoy has announced his fifth solo show titled “Us and Chem.” McCoy has described the 12 works […]

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Ari Marcopoulos Will Unveil Rare Archival Photos In Upcoming “Machine” Exhibit

Ari Marcopoulos is set to launch a new solo exhibit titled “Machine” at the Frank Elbaz Gallery in Paris, France. The mixed-media savant will showcase his extensive oeuvre of still photos depicting iconic musicians such as JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar, The Beastie Boys and Ratking, to name a few. Additionally, his famed capsule collections for Supreme and […]

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Yayoi Kusama’s Acclaimed “Infinity Mirrors” Exhibition Will Come to the Broad Museum in LA

Yayoi Kusama’s most-popular “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit will finally make its way to The Broad contemporary art museum in Los Angeles, California. Tickets to the immersive showcase always sell like hotcakes and west coast fans are already plotting out on how to secure their spot. If you’re planning on attending, you’ll definitely want to have a […]

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Steven Harrington Releases Limited Edition ‘Hello Mello’ Sculpture

Los Angeles-based artist Steve Harrington has unveiled a new miniature sculpture inspired by his iconic palm tree character. Dubbed Hello Mello, the 11-inch artwork—made in collaboration with Cross Studio Hong Kong—invokes Harrington’s psychedelic-pop aesthetic with a pair of playful palm trees tangled up with each other. The sculpture will make its official debut at the […]

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Magnum & LensCulture Select Incredible Winning Images for 2017 Photography Awards

Legendary photography collective Magnum and LensCulture have unveiled the winners of its 2017 photography awards competition. The pair has rummaged through countless entries to decide on just 12 winning images captured by photographers from all across the globe. The competition is divided between single image and series awards coupled with six categories spanning Portrait, Street, […]

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Hajime Sorayama, Jay-Z Collaborator Arthur Jaffa, & More Captivating Works of Art You Need to See

Our previous weekly art roundup highlighted a variety of fascinating artwork including zombie performance art, a psychedelic fish aquarium, and a NSFW photo series to name a few. For the latest installment, we spotlight a troop of most-acclaimed artists from all across the globe. From a NYC group show featuring new work by Hajime Soriyama […]

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Camille Walala’s Psychedelic “Temple to Wonder” Premiers at NOW Gallery in London

London-based graphic artist Camille Walala has built a vibrant labyrinth of shapes and colors for the NOW Gallery in London’s summer program called Walala x Play. The interactive installation explores ideas of art, wellbeing and human scale. The maze features geometric patterns, unpredictable corridors, and Walala’s distinctive bold hues. Walala’s “Temple to Wonder” exhibits walls and passageways of different […]

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JAY-Z’s ‘4:44’ Director, Arthur Jafa Currently Has a Powerful Art Exhibition You Should Check Out

The multi-talented cinematographer/art curator Arthur Jafa — who has worked with JAY-Z, Beyoncé, and Solange — recently spoke with Dazed at his “A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions” exhibit at Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Jafa’s unconventional display of African-American art features a collection of films, photography and assorted artifacts concerning the sense of absence […]

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André Saraiva Presents His Solo Show at Shanghai’s Magda Danysz Gallery

For the creatively-inclined art aficionado, the name ANDRÉ likely conjures up sentiments of nostalgia and imaginativeness. The Swedish-born, French-raised André Saraiva cut his teeth learning the ins and outs of expressive impression work by tagging his name all throughout his hometown neighborhoods. Acknowledged as an early ’80s pioneer of the logotype-style aesthetic, the talented creator […]

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Artist Jeff Henriquez Reacts to the Vandalization of His Prodigy Mural

If you’ve been to Yankee Stadium lately, you’ve likely noticed the larger than life mural of former shortstop Derek Jeter, painted by street artist Jeff Henriquez. Although many of Henriquez’s most recognizable works now adorn the city of New York, the street artist’s 25-year tenure began back during his high school days in Lynn, Massachusetts. […]

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Daniel Arsham Explores the Fragility of Time in Part One of His adidas Originals Short Film, ‘Hourglass’

After weeks of waiting and mounds of clues, Daniel Arsham has finally launched the first part of his adidas Originals short film titled Hourglass. The 12-minute clip is perhaps the most intimate one that Arsham has ever released as it cites real childhood experiences along with fictional sequences interspersed. Additionally, fans can also get a […]

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Tyler, The Creator Covers the 2017 Summer “Parallel Universe” Issue of ‘SNEEZE’

SNEEZE Magazine’s new summer issue just dropped featuring Tyler, The Creator entitled “Parallel Universe”. With a blue and purple hue echoing the space theme, phrases like “DEAD END” are covered in the galactic designs. The renowned skate publication’s new issue will also include photos of model Brook Power shot by photographer Kenneth Cappello and skater Sage Elsesser shot by Ben Colen, alongside a number […]

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VSCO and Oakley Explore Outdoor Obsessions Through Its PRIZM™ Lens Technology

Oakley and VSCO have announced a partnership with the launch of the VSCO x Oakley Prizm™ Lens Technology Presets. Oakley engineers teamed up with VSCO’s color scientists in conceptualizing a custom filter that replicates the effects of the PRIZM™ Lens Technology in three presets — Road, Snow and Tungsten. The PRIZM™ Sport-Road brightens whites and […]

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Zombie Performance Art, the Museum of Broken Relationships & Spellbinding Artwork You Need to See

The last installment of our weekly art roundup showcased a handful of enthralling stories such as Salvador Dalí‘s body slated to be dug up in Spain to an entire exhibit dedicated to fashion goddess, Kate Moss. This time around, we’re spotlighting an equally diverse batch of artwork from different locations across the globe. From a […]

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Daniel Arsham Drops the First Trailer for His adidas Originals Short Film, ‘Hourglass’

Daniel Arsham has unveiled the first trailer for his upcoming Hourglass short film made in collaboration with adidas Originals. The hauntingly beautiful clip centers upon a talking head interview with the American artist and an unnamed broadcasting agency. A slew of rapid-fire sequences depicting childhood memories interweave with captures of Arsham in present-time. “This moment […]

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