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Claire Burbridge & Matthew Picton: Absence and Presence.

Until May 1st, multi-disciplinary artist Claire Burbridge and paper sculptor Matthew Picton have a really exciting show at Toomey Tourell in San Francisco. Burbridge entombs sculptures in blocks of resin, serving to capture a moment of human life in time. Picton creates his signature paper sculptures of three-dimensional city maps, only to burn them systematically...Read...
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Brusse Injects Love Into The Present By Recalling The Past.

Creating street art installations is one thing, but Brusse is turning a lot of his art installations inwards — into kitchens, bedrooms, and living rooms. With a series called Love Injections, Brusse takes carefully-planned messages of love and sprinkles them into everyday domestic settings, personalizing street art and showing his close relationship with the messages...Read...
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Robert Melee At The David Kordansky Gallery!

NYC-based artist Robert Melee‘s current exhibit at the David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles melts colorful shapes into a bare, white room. Figures draped with drapes of color and glossy wall hangings reminiscent of sheets of candy buttons pepper the space, inciting curiosity about Melee’s method and goals. The show is now on display through...Read...
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Thought Processor Show – Urban Light Studios

Halogen Gallery has paired up with The Greenwood Collective and Urban Light Studios to put together this really fun toy and paintingfinstallation show featuring some notable locals and non-locals. The show, entitled Thought Processor, is a rotating show. Here’s the Seattle round-up: Untitled by Aaron Jasinki Untitled by Augie Pagan Now through March 4th, 2010!
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AJ Fosik At White Walls In San Francisco

There’s only 10 days left to this epic show at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco, but if you haven’t scoped out Philly-based artist AJ Fosik‘s new works yet, get over to White Walls right away!!! Fosik offers a brand new rendition of classic wall-mounted animal heads using thin sheets of cut wood, nails, and...Read...
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Travis Lampe Goes All Out At Roq La Rue.

No one should be able to accuse illustrator Travis Lampe of not working hard enough, because it’s quite clear from his show at Roq La Rue that Lampe has got his shit together and his vision clear. As if coming up with a dozen amazing paintings isn’t enough, Lampe presents us with wood-cut panels and...Read...
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