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Josh Keyes Prepares to Launch His ‘Implosion’ Exhibit at the Thinkspace Gallery

Sure to be greeted with much fanfare, acclaimed contemporary artist Josh Keyes prepares to unveil his highly-anticipated Implosion exhibit at the Thinkspace Gallery in California. Revered for his work exposing various graffiti tags in a barrage of settings, both natural and unexpected, we take a look here at two such renderings that emphasize the latter. […]

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Mark Gonzales Releases Two New Floral Prints

Iconic skateboarder and designer Mark Gonzales has always been known for his artistic ability, which he is now flexing through two new prints of his that have showed up online. The 18 x 18 inch displays, named Flower and Jacobs, both feature floral designs with a variety of colors used to express the beauty of nature. […]

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Juxtapoz & Urban Nation’s New Group Show Will Spotlight a Wide Array of Contemporary Art Creations

Juxtapoz has joined forces with Urban Nation on a group show called “What In the World: The Juxtapoz Edition.” The colorful showcase curated by the publication’s own editor-in-chief, Evan Pricco, is currently being held at the contemporary art institution, which is located in Berlin’s Schöneberg district. Acclaimed artists from around the globe have displayed their […]

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Fondation Louis Vuitton Gives Us a Look into Africa With Latest Exhibition

Fondation Louis Vuitton is heading from China to Africa, following up last year’s “Bentu: Chinese Artists in a Time of Turbulence and Transition” exhibition with “Art/Afrique, le nouvel atelier” for 2017. Now on display at the museum, the exhibition is spread out across the museum’s galleries in three distinct sections. While galleries 1 and 2 […]

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Legendary Photographer Peter Lindbergh Explains Fashion’s Role in His Works and the Complexities of People

Iconic German photographer Peter Lindbergh recently sat down with SHOWstudio for its In Fashion interview series. The new sit-down segment is done live and streamed on SHOWstudio’s site — the result is an uncut, intimate one-on-one with the creatives interviewed. Peter Lindbergh is seen as one of today’s most influential contemporary photographers. He is a […]

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Could This Be Banksy’s Official Instagram Account for The Walled Off Hotel?

This past March, Banksy unveiled his latest project, The Walled Off Hotel. The ever-elusive artist decided to take over and redesign an old building in Bethlehem, which is located near a controversial wall that divides Israel from the Palestinian territories. The establishment is filled with politically-charged works that comment on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. All in […]

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Philippe Malouin Presents Colorful Screens for NYCxDesign 2017

Designer Philippe Malouin has used a variety of materials and fabrics to create colorful room dividers for his “Study for Screens” series as part of NYCxDesign 2017. Malouin presents his creations inside WeWork Bryant Park using foam, mesh, and leathers, which were commissioned by Swedish furniture brand Hem. Malouin and his crew have produced 13 screens one day short […]

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A New Exhibition at London’s Gagosian Shows Giacometti Sculptures Shot by Peter Lindbergh

The latest exhibition at London’s Gagosian Gallery sees work by famed sculptor Alberto Giacometti alongside photographs of the work by the legendary fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh. The unlikely collaboration began in 2016, when Lindbergh was invited to photograph the largest and most important Giacometti collection in the world, which is at the Kunsthaus Zurich and includes […]

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Takashi Murakami, Jeff Koons & More Works Fill the New Marciano Art Foundation Gallery Space in LA

A new gallery space filled with a treasure trove of contemporary artwork is set to open in downtown Los Angeles. The newfangled establishment, called Marciano Art Foundation, on Wilshire Boulevard was conceptualized by none other than Guess Jeans founders and brothers, Paul and Maurice Marciano. The moguls, alongside architect Kulapat Yantrasast, transformed the former Scottish […]

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teamLab Transforms a Huge Natural Park in Japan Into a Dazzling Dreamland

teamLab never fails to impress viewers with its over-the-top light installations. The design consortium has just transformed Mifuneyama Rakuen park in Japan’s Kyushu island into a dazzling dreamland comprised of six unique light installations. The natural region along with its trees, hills, and ponds are now completely illuminated with colorful LED lights. More precisely, the […]

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These Stunning Immersive Art Installations Will Shift Your Worldview

Technological advancements especially 3D simulation software have paved the way for mind-blowing art installations. Artists today are creating immersive worlds in ways you’ve never thought were possible. Interactive showcases vary from one creator to another, but a majority consist of sculptures, paintings, video, sound art, and other fauna that unforgivingly engage the viewer’s senses. From […]

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Pen & Paper: Func’88

Paris-based artist James Funco aka Func’88 is a madcap wizard when armed with a spray-can or the traditional pen. It’s safe to say that the multi-creative is never not creating new work. When he’s not bombing walls with his ‘80s Euro style, the seasoned writer is busy working on graphic design, illustration as well as diverse commissioned […]

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Ron English’s Upcoming “Popaganda” Pop-Up Shop in LA Will Feature Exclusive Merch

Not long ago, Ron English’s ongoing “East Meets West” exhibition touched down in Shanghai which features full-scale figures of the artist’s iconic Liberty Grin and MC Supersized characters. This time around, the “Godfather of Street Art” is hosting a pop-up shop at RCNSTRCT STUDIO in Los Angeles, California. The shop will feature a handful of […]

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