Archive for the ‘art’ Category

OFF THE WALL: EVAN ROBARTS ‘RUN OF THE MILL’ AT THE HOLE

Opening today, The Hole’s latest exhibit is the first solo show at the gallery from artist Evan Robarts. ‘Run Of The Mill’ features three bodies of work from Robarts including his mop paintings, scaffolding pieces […]

OFF THE WALL: THE SOCIAL MEDIUM FEATURING GREG SCHMIGEL

If you’re in the Boston area this weekend, check out The Social Medium, a group exhibit of street photography at The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA. Included in the exhibit are works […]

OFF THE WALL: NEW MUSEUM 2015 TRIENNIAL: SURROUND AUDIENCE

By Conor Riley The New Museum opened 2015 Triennial: Surround Audience today, with the vast exhibit spanning all 5 floors of the museum. Featuring 51 artists, Surround Audience explores the effects of an increasingly connected […]

RECAP: PRINTED MATTER’S LA ART BOOK FAIR

By Sara Gee Printed Matter’s 3rd Annual Book Fair took place over the weekend and represented over 200 independent zines, booksellers, and publishers. From photography to novellas, the fair had it all. In between all […]

MIXED MEDIUM: AMY WILDE

OAK: How long have you been illustrating? AMY WILDE: My father was my inspiration to start drawing at a young age. He would work long hours and weekends when I was a child so days […]

OFF THE WALL: IT’S JUST A SHOT AWAY AT TASCHEN

By Sara Gee With a career spanning over five decades, The Rolling Stones remain one of the most influential bands in music. To celebrate the opening of Taschen Gallery in Los Angeles (right down the […]

OFF THE WALL: VARIATIONS AT LACMA

By Sara Gee LACMA’s exhibit Variations features 29 artists expressing their ideas of modern abstraction. From TV sets to paintings, the exploration of the abstract within the work is both enlightening and fun. While the […]

WHAT I DID THIS WEEKEND: QUEENS MUSEUM

This Weekend Jennifer headed to Queens Museum, which currently has a few excellent exhibits open to the public. Polit-Sheer-Form! explores the work of the China-based art group Polit-Sheer-Form-Office, who strive to create a collective way […]

OFF THE WALL: KATSU ‘REMEMBER THE FUTURE’

Prolific artist KATSU has taken over The Hole Gallery with his latest exhibit Remember The Future. The multi-media exhibit includes Terminator selfies, intermittent fog, drone paintings, a Robert De Niro x Nike video installation, a […]

OFF THE WALL: ANDY WARHOL 1950s DRAWINGS

For their closing exhibit of 2014, Anton Kern Gallery is showing 150 never before seen works from Andy Warhol. While at first sight, the gallery’s bright pink walls are seemingly the only “Warholian” piece of […]

OFF THE WALL: THE HOLIDAYS AT MoMA

Photographs by Jennifer Orlowski Spending a day during the holiday season at the MoMA can be an exciting outing for tourists and locals alike. While the current featured exhibit is Henri Matisse’s Cut Outs (which […]

INTERVIEW: JIM JOCOY

By Conor Riley As a photographer, Jim Jocoy is best known for his book We’re Desperate, which chronicles the distinct style of the West Coast punk invasion of the late 1970s and early 80s. Since […]

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