Posts tagged "non-letter objective graffiti"
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 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...
Preview "Starch, Wax, Paper & Wood" by Martina Merlini

Preview “Starch, Wax, Paper & Wood” by Martina Merlini

Martina Merlini opens her latest exhibition tonight at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibition “Starch, Wax, Paper on wood refers to the process Martina uses to create the installation and new work on Paper. The artist has painted an impressive installation to go along with the new work on paper. Here is a...
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...
Photo Recap Clemens Behr "Samples and Variations"

Photo Recap Clemens Behr “Samples and Variations”

Clemens Behr traveled to Portugal to exhibit a new body of work as well as paint a large scale mural. The exhibition “Samples and Variations” featured all new work from the artist as he continues his progression from installations towards a more diverse range of mediums. As is normal with Clemens he constructed and installed...
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 of an assistant the mural...
Preview "Abstract" Group Exhibition BC Gallery Berlin

Preview “Abstract” Group Exhibition BC Gallery Berlin

BC Gallery has curated an impressive lineup for their first after summer show “Abstract”. The title directly references not only the artist particular concepts as painters but also their approach to creating work in general. We have all been familiar with the general term Abstract especially when associated with art, but there is more to...
Wipeout Train Update

Wipeout Train Update

We are always excited to share the Train works of the anonymous artist Wipeout. The deconstructed abstract works of the artist are painted with force on the trains establishing a aggressive aesthetic juxtaposed against the weathered trains. The paintings are usually unsigned left to exist as color and form, abstracted interventions that travel throughout France....
Recap Jose Parla "IN MEDIAS RES" at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Recap Jose Parla “IN MEDIAS RES” at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

In Media Res is José Parlá’s second solo show at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery featuring new paintings and sculptures as well as a large-scale mural installation covering parts of the gallery walls. The exhibition represents a narration of some of Parlá’s most significant life experiences embodied in expressive calligraphic abstractions, some kind of journal that recounts...
Mural update Zuk Club Portrait of "Michail Bulgakov"

Mural update Zuk Club Portrait of “Michail Bulgakov”

Russian Group Zuk Club recently finished this 6 Floor portrait of Russian classic writer Michail Bulgakov author of the play “The Master and Margarita”. Zuk Club has been busy recently with some amazing installations as well as murals involving a series of tributes to important Russian figures. The murals are painted in a geometric manner...
Bartek "Pener" Świątecki Wall Update

Bartek “Pener” Świątecki Wall Update

Bartek “Pener” Świątecki visited London recently and was able to install this new mural. The wall is a great transition from the outdoor work to an indoor mural, the indoor murals represents a closer bridge to Pener’s studio work on canvas. Great detail and color transitions create a fluid composition with layers and layers of...