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Tom Sachs "Boombox Retrospective 1999-2015" @ Contemporary Austin


Well, we did get a bit arty in Austin after the music and BBQ during SXSW and stopped by Tom Sachs' "Boombox Retrospective" at the Contemporary Austin.

Tomoo Gokita "Besame Mucho" @ Honor Fraser, Los Angeles


Tomoo Gokita was featured in our March 2015 issue, where we learned that not only was he a fantastic painter, but also a wrestling fan.

HuskMitNavn "Morning" @ V1 Gallery, Copenhagen


Morning. Top of the morning. Day break. Breaking sleep, comfort and spirit. Forcing yourself to perform with night and sleep in your blood and guts.

Update: "In Pieces" by Marion Fayolle


These illustrations come from French artist Marion Fayolle's wordless book entitled "In Pieces." The book is a series of comic-style narratives about human relationships.

The Coldest City On Earth


With all of this harsh weather rolling into spring, it seems only fitting to reflect on how it could be worse.

Two More Days to see Raul De Nieves “I’m in a Story” @ MaRS in LA


MaRS (Museum as Retail Space) is a new art space in LA, and their inaugural exhibition featuring work by Raul De Nieves is open for just a couple more days until April 1, so head over there before you miss it.

Sanaz Mazinani @ Asian Art Museum, SF


Curator Marc Mayer invited artist Sanaz Mazinani to create a new, site-specific installation at San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum, on view through May 3, 2015.

New Work by Agostino Iacurci in Rome


Agostino Iacurci elevates the mural game once again with a banger of a piece in Rome, integrating the architecture and design of the building.

The Latest from HOTxTEA


We’ve always enjoyed the work of HOTxTEA, a street artist who ditched spray cans for yarn who now creates beautiful images, often using color gradients mixed with his simple, graphic installations.

Amir Fallah "From the Primitive to the Present" @ Charlie James Gallery, LA


LA painter Amir Fallah was featured in our magazine last year and we always enjoy keeping up with his latest projects.

EYES WIDE SHUT


In her latest series “How We See” artist Laurie Simmons explores the notions of beauty, identity, and persona, by photographing close-up portraits of young women; evoking the tradition of the high-school portrait—when teenagers present their idealized selves to the camera. 

An update with Begr


Begr continues his Y'all Don't campaign spraying his name all over the City of Angels.

Snapshots of “Dangerous” Women


Coinciding with Women’s History Month, Rizzoli Publications will be releasing a book containing a collection of photographs gathered by art collector Peter J.

David Jien "Exodus" @ Richard Heller Gallery, LA


David Jien makes some fantastic, provocative, narrative works in each show he creates, and if you happen to be in Santa Monica from March 28—May2, 2015, go check out his new show "Exodus" at Richard Heller Gallery. 

Laylah Ali "The Acephalous Series" @ Paul Kasmin Gallery, NYC


Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of The Acephalous Series, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Laylah Ali.

THE DUCK SHOW: Curated by Ryan Travis Christian @ Minotaur Projects, LA


In late 2014, there was a Duck show curated by the great Chircago artist Ryan Travis Christian. Now, that Duck show has evolved into DUCKS!

Music Video: Jamie xx "Loud Places"


Jamie xx has finally announced a long-awaited solo debut album, In Colour, out on Young Turks, June 1st/2nd in the US.

Rina Banerjee "Tropical Urban" @ Jacob Lewis Gallery, NYC


Jacob Lewis Gallery is pleased to present Tropical Urban, an exhibition of new sculptures and works on paper by Rina Banerjee.

Augustine Kofie "Off/Grid" @ David Bloch Gallery, Marrakech, Morocco


For our readers in Morocco, a new series of recent works on canvas and wood created in both the US and during studio residency in the Kasbah, Marrakech + on sight installations and mural interventions by Augustine Kofie opens at David Block in Marrakech this weekend.

Augustine Kofie "Off/Grid" @ David Bloch Gallery, Marrakech, Morocco.


For our readers in Morocco, a new series of recent works on canvas and wood created in both the US and during studio residency in the Kasbah, Marrakech + on sight installations and mural interventions by Augustine Kofie opens at David Block in Marrakech this weekend.


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