Tonight, February 6, opening at Gallery 1988 in San Francisco, see the work of artist Nanami Cowdroy from Sydney, Australia in a group show titled Some Kind of Wonderful. The show brings together an array of vastly talented, young women working in several fields — fine art, design, character design, textiles, toy design, concept art, […]
I’ve only become aware of James Jean by name in the recent years, quickly learning that he is both an extremely famous and coveted illustrator and coincidentally, a SVA grad. Above is the first interpretation in a tit-for-tat collaboration where Jean eventually and slightly reluctantly cedes control over the art direction to realise a good-cause […]
The New York Times clued me in to an exhibit at the Jewish Museum that sounds fantastic. As someone who enjoyed a lot of William Steig’s artwork and somewhat macabre storytelling as a kid, I was intrigued to learn that he began his very successful career as a children’s author at the age of 60. […]
Parra was in LA two months ago, and now he opens Random Tits, a solo show at reed space. in New York.
Thursday, June 7th - 8-10pm
Exhibition runs from June 8th to June 28th, everyday 1-7pm
151 Orchard Street (b/w Stanton + Rivington)
[Thanks for the tip, Elizabeth]
If you’re in Los Angeles, look out for the two shows in three days for Dutch artist, Parra. I’d try to explain, but it’s better that you see for yourself.
Examples here (at his Rockwell Clothing line’s site), and here (MySpage!)
RSVP for Thursday.