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Gaia at Irvine Contemporary Gallery

It often seems that something is lost when street artists show in gallery settings, but this  Irvine Contemporary show from Brooklyn based street artist Gaia is a welcome example of a successful transition from canvas-as-wall to canvas-on-wall.
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GAYNGS – Cry Music Video (Godley & Creme Cover)

Having just reviewed GAYNG’s upcoming release, Relayted, I thought that I’d share their first video for “Cry”. “Cry” is actually a cover of Godley & Creme’s pop version of the song, but both videos follow the same vibe and style; one just utilizes newer technologies. I personally like the old version of the video better....Read...
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Anna Wetzel At Some Space Gallery!

The entire month of May, Kansas-transplant-turned-Seattlite Anna Wetzel has a solo show at Some Space Gallery. Her works generally explore the relationship between human beings and animals, often bringing wild animals up close and personal, where they can no longer be ignored by people.   Ω
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Blog Alert: From Brazil, With Love!

This is our first Blog Alert, but you can bet we’re starting it off with a good one. The Brazilian blog, From Brazil, With Love, features collages by all types of artists. The idea: artists collage fashion advertisements to create newly remixed works of art. I love their mission statement. Hear, hear! “APPROPRIATE TO RECRIATE....Read...
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The Knife, Planningtorock, Mt. Sims – Charles Darwin Opera Preview Video {?!)

Oh, nothing much to see here, just some video about The Knife, Planningtorock, and Mt. Sims talking about participating in a Charles Darwin Opera. Wait, what?? Here’s a brief synopsis: “A challenging 90-minute epic based on Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, the opera merges found Amazonian sounds, electronic atmospherics and swirling vocals from Danish...Read...
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Styrofoam Cup Transformations By Boey!

You’ve probably drawn on styrofoam containers before, or written your name on styrofoam cups a million times, but you’ve probably never done anything like Boey has. What’s more: he creates his cups in a wide array of styles; you would swear that a different individual made all of them, but you’d be wrong. Tattoo-inspired khünbish....Read...
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Group Drawing Show At Catherine Person Gallery.

Starting tomorrow at the Catherine Person Gallery is a group show called “High Rise,” featuring the most basic of artistic types — drawings. Joseph Pentheroudakis painstakingly uses dots of pen and sumi ink to create this abstract structure. In Untitled (080501), Barry Maxwell uses graphite and acrylic inks to create a layered, geode-type structure on...Read...
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