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“Stupid Has A New Hero,” Says Charming Baker.

UK artist Charming Baker is a funny dude, and it certainly comes through in his artwork. Take, for instance, his latest exhibiton, which features a painting of Michelle Obama with her face stitched together like a jigsaw and four rabbit paintings that have been shot through with a shotgun. Show details: NYSG, 154 Stanton Street...Read...
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Aakash Nihalani Can Do Things With Tape Most People Have Never Considered.

In a couple days, street artist Aakash Nihalani will be featuring his tape art in an enclosed space (The Carmichael Gallery). Nihalani will be creating site-specific installations using brightly-colored tape, proving that simple geometric 2-dimensional shapes, when placed into 3-dimensional settings, can challenge viewers’ perceptions and spatial understandings. Below are examples of his non-gallery work:...Read...
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Dan Witz Does Dark With Window Panes.

    Street art pioneer Dan Witz now has a show on display at Carmichael Gallery that might just get you respecting street art if you’re a skeptic.     Inspired by Amsterdam’s Red Light District, the works feature human and animal faces and figures trapped behind dirty, shoddily painted glass panes and window frames,...Read...
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Motion Parallax at NYC’s Franklin Parrasch Gallery

Up until April 25, Jason Fox and Alexis Rockman will be exhibiting select works on paper at The Franklin Parrasch Gallery on 5th avenue in NYC. Fox and Rockman share more in common than being celebrated contemporary artists and bona fide New Yorkers. The pair shares an affinity for visual imagery that is simultaneously grotesque...Read...