Photo Recap Fillipo Minelli "Nothing to Say" at 886 Geary San Francisco

Photo Recap Fillipo Minelli “Nothing to Say” at 886 Geary San Francisco

  Silence Shapes from Filippo Minelli on Vimeo. *Update. Here is a set of installation pictures from the installation of “Nothing to Say” Filippo Minelli’s exhibition at 886 Geary Gallery which runs until Feb 7th. We open 2015 with a preview post about Filippo Minelli’s first solo exhibition in the...
French Kiss Je Suis Charlie

French Kiss Je Suis Charlie

We stand behind our Paris Family and all those affected by the recent tragedy. There are not enough words to comment on horrors that have happened, I only leave you with what moves us most and that is artists coming together to cope with these events. Here is summary of...
Artist Feature Rubin

Artist Feature Rubin

I have been wanting to feature the work of Rubin for some time but as things remain busy it gets harder and harder for me to write in the way I would like to. Now as I finally find the time let me introduce to you the work of Rubin...
*Update Full Recap Augustine Kofie "Taking Shape" at Openspace Paris

*Update Full Recap Augustine Kofie “Taking Shape” at Openspace Paris

    *Update. Taking Shape Opened last week and we were able to get some of the opening night pictures. 2 floors of paintings and multiple installations showcased not only the paintings and work of Augustine Kofie but also brought you into the world of the artist. One specific installation...
Recap and Interview with Graphic Surgery "Contra" Solo Exhibition

Recap and Interview with Graphic Surgery “Contra” Solo Exhibition

GF: Tell us about Contra the title of the show I know you mention that it is inspired by the ‘Contra Composities’ of Theo van Doesburg. GS: We are interested in different contradictions such as positive negative, black and white, order and chaos, in and out, left and right, shape...
Preview Jaybo Monk and Marco Pho Grassi at Soze Gallery

Preview Jaybo Monk and Marco Pho Grassi at Soze Gallery

Marco Pho Grasssi Jaybo Monk Friendships in Art go back over time in history, one friendship that runs deep is Jaybo Monk and Marco Pho Grassi. Both artists have collaborated exhibited together and been integral in the course of each others work. The trust and support between the artists has...
Mural Update Hense Detroit

Mural Update Hense Detroit

  Hense has been busy the last couple of weeks finishing a massive Mural in Detroit. The Mural was a commissioned public work for Bedrock Real Estate Services for their Madison Theater Building in downtown Detroit. The project was curated and organized by Library Street Collective Gallery. With the help...
Alberonero Artist Feature

Alberonero Artist Feature

We wanted to introduce you to the work of Italian artist Alberonero. Urban Minimalist who utilizes geometric shapes and color to create provoking insitu murals as well as studio work. We asked the artist to explain a little about his work in a statement which he provided below. GF “Square...
Recap “A Major Minority” Group Exhibition Part 3 “Geometric Influenced” at 1 AM Gallery

Recap “A Major Minority” Group Exhibition Part 3 “Geometric Influenced” at 1 AM Gallery

Christopher Derek Bruno Wais Arnaud Liard Thomas Canto BOE Swiz COL Stendec Dana Woulfe Seikon Gilbert1 SatOne Rubin Drew Tyndell Romi Etnik Poesia Graphic Surgery Petro Hellbent Pener Joker Nelio Kidghe Nawer Matt W. Moore LX One Kema Stephen Holding Mac1   So back to the Recap here in Part...
Recap "A Major Minority" Group Exhibition Part 2 "Representational Work" at 1 AM Gallery

Recap “A Major Minority” Group Exhibition Part 2 “Representational Work” at 1 AM Gallery

Bom.K Alex Becherer V3rbo Askew Tobe Thiago Toes Sepe Amandalynn Amandalynn and Mags Sainer Blo Morik Mess Jaw Bezt INO Evgeniy Dikson Drew Young Collin Van Der Sluijs Alex One Basik Poesia SPE Alexey Luka Vesod Debens Jaz   For Part 2 of our recap of “A Major Minority” at...
"A Major Minority" Recap Part 1 "Photography" at 1AM Gallery San Francisco

“A Major Minority” Recap Part 1 “Photography” at 1AM Gallery San Francisco

Clams Rockefeller Todd Mazer Silvio Magaglio Scott La Rockwell Nibor Rieluos ABCDEF   When i first set out to curate the “A Major Minority” exhibition I knew I wanted to bring a survey of not only artists who painted or were only affiliated with graffuturism, instead I wanted to open...
A Look at Graffiti’s Evolution and Progression 2011 in the Artists own words Part 2

A Look at Graffiti’s Evolution and Progression 2011 in the Artists own words Part 2

If you haven’t read “A Look at Graffiti’s Evolution and Progression 2011 in the Artists own words Part 1″ you should do so Here. As promised here is the follow up and conclusion to the topic. As our site has grown rapidly organically, so has our cooperation and input from...
A Look at Graffiti's Evolution and Progression 2011 in the Artists own words. Part 1

A Look at Graffiti’s Evolution and Progression 2011 in the Artists own words. Part 1

So, I was putting together a post and commentary about 2011, and where graffiti is headed. There are some general observations, I have seen start to see take place. You can say this whole Blog is based on some of these observations, and ideas. I first planned to write a...
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Recap Group Exhibition " Same/Different" at Lazaridez Newcastle

Recap Group Exhibition ” Same/Different” at Lazaridez Newcastle

The Outsiders Newcastle Lazarides went out with a bang, bringing in some of Poland’s finest to close the doors for their last exhibition in Newcastle. Lazarides opened “Same/Different” a group exhibition featuring Poland’s top emerging talent. The exhibition featured new work from Robert Proch, Chazme, Sepe, Nawer, Pener, M-City, and Otecki. We have witnessed the...
Recap Labuena Ylamala "Forever"

Recap Labuena Ylamala “Forever”

As we move into a new era of Urban/Contemporary painters we are forced to deal with the issue of evaluating a new set of work that takes influence from both genres. This hybrid version of art is reflected more with some artists than others. Labuena Ylamala is a artist who has influence from the urban...
Wall Update Seikon, Zuk Club,Tobias Kroeger, Blaqk, Etnik, Jaz and Pastel

Wall Update Seikon, Zuk Club,Tobias Kroeger, Blaqk, Etnik, Jaz and Pastel

Seikon Wall Gdansk Poland 2014 Zuk Club Moscow Photo: Britva Zukclub Support: Novatekart, Department of culture. LGZ festival 2014 Tobias Kroeger Harbour of Bremen 2014 Blaqk OUTDOOR Urban Art Festival | Moving Forward Blaqk Rome, 2014 photo Matteo Armellini Etnik in Trento – Italy Jaz and Pastel 2014 As were start to consolidate things here...
Mural update Roids for Public Matter and LSC

Mural update Roids for Public Matter and LSC

Its good to see Roids back in the US painting walls and preparing for a group exhibition with Library Street Collective next month for Art Basel Miami. With this recent wall Roids paints a mural for Public Matter a new project curated by Library street Collective. We will keep you updated on the group exhibition...
Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Lek & Sowat Spring 2015 Ready to Wear fashion

Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Lek & Sowat Spring 2015 Ready to Wear fashion

Jean Charles de Castelbajac teams up with artists Lek & Sowat for his Spring 2015 Ready to Wear fashion happening. After taking part last year to the Lasco Project, the urban arts program initiated by Lek & Sowat at the palais de Tokyo, world famous designer JC de Castelbajac decided to trust his new collection’s...
Mural Update Robert "Tone" Proch, Chazme, Proembrion, Cekas, Sepe "Recycle"

Mural Update Robert “Tone” Proch, Chazme, Proembrion, Cekas, Sepe “Recycle”

Urban Forms continue to transform the landscape of Poland. This new mural “Recycle” was painted in Lodz Poland by Polish artists Robert “Tone” Proch, Chazme, Proembrion, Cekas, and Sepe. An impressive collaboration that features some of the original Polish painters who have made an impact not only in Poland but across the world. Abstracted landscapes,...
Mural Update Pener in Ukraine

Mural Update Pener in Ukraine

Pener recently visited the the Ukraine to paint this large mural in the town of Lviv. Pener continues to push his version of progressive geometry pushing the aesthetics of the artform as well furthering his conceptual version of deconstruction. I know its been awhile since our last post but be patient as we organize some...
Preview Rubin415 "Gothometria" at Cave Gallery

Preview Rubin415 “Gothometria” at Cave Gallery

Rubin415 has been producing some impressive murals as well as installations in New York over the summer and now he brings his work to the Westcoast. Gothometria opens tonight at Cave Gallery in Venice, CA. The Finnish artist relocated to New York city and has used his relationship to his homeland in the palette and...
Preview Moneyless Solo Exhibition "Tornado" at White Walls Gallery

Preview Moneyless Solo Exhibition “Tornado” at White Walls Gallery

Moneyless Opens “Tornado” his latest Solo exhibition at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco tonight alongside many other talented artists. All the work is new and made in residence while in San Francisco. As well as a large amount of new paintings Moneyless will have a print release available and painting a new installation. Moneyless...
Preview Remi Rough "Motivational Therapy"

Preview Remi Rough “Motivational Therapy”

“The aesthetic is still the same I think, but the application and the forms have been broken down and rebuilt so many times. I’ve really studied minimalism and suprematism and those two styles are so prevalent within my work. I always wanted to retain a ‘graffiti’ aesthetic in the paintings but I wanted to push...
Preview Steve More "The Topography of Time"

Preview Steve More “The Topography of Time”

“Graffiti belongs to an earlier period of my life… When I first got a studio in 2005 I spent a few years trying to unlearn my previous obsessions with style and a contrived sense of detail. Ultimately the narrow parameters of graffiti pushed me to look for wider social narratives. So for me, moving from...
Review Momo “There Are No Wheels In Nature”

Review Momo “There Are No Wheels In Nature”

Invited to participate of the 4eme Mur festival spent American artist MOMO some time in Niort working on his first solo exhibition in France at Winterlong Galerie. “There Are No Wheels In Nature” consists of 5 canvases, 21 watercolor drawings, a zine, an installation and a video seeking to establish a dialogue with the architecture of the place in addition to a...