Posts Tagged ‘art’

MIXED MEDIUM: SKETCHES BY MIGUEL PENA

Designer and OAK employee Miguel Pena continues his reign as resident Renaissance man, with this in-house edition of Mixed Medium. Inspired by our Editorial Ripped, Miguel drew up some sketches for us, and as NYFW officially […]

OFF THE WALL: DAVID LACHAPELLE LAND SCAPE

There’s no Lil’ Kim painted in Louis Vuitton print, and no Amanda Lepore snorting lines of diamonds, but David LaChapelle’s Land Scape exhibit – freshly opened at Paul Kasmin Gallery – is still distinctly “LaChapelle.” Consisting […]

OFF THE WALL: CHRIS BURDEN “EXTREME MEASURES” AT NEW MUSEUM

Don’t miss out on the last few days of Chris Burden: Extreme Measures, now partially on view at New Museum. Focusing on boundaries and restraints, Extreme Measures takes a look back at Burden’s four decade […]

OFF THE WALL: LARRY CLARK AT HOME ALONE 2 + ADAM GREEN (AND FRIENDS) AT THE HOLE

January is as much a transition as it is a beginning, and while galleries and museums all over NYC ready themselves for their latest openings, two worthwhile things to check out are happening right now. […]

OFF THE WALL: EMOJI ART & DESIGN SHOW

Last night we stopped by the opening reception for the first ever Emoji Art & Design Show, which invited artists to submit work incorporating your favorite iPhone icons. Highlights include emoji typewriter keyboards, iconic artwork […]

RECAP: ART BASEL PART 2

Art Basel may have wrapped up on Sunday, but we’re still going strong with our recaps of the festival. Today we’re giving you a look at the work of photographer – and our friend – […]

OAK RECOMMENDS: SLDT

Photo Credit: Erwin Caluya This weekend we’ll be heading to one of two performances from the Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theater or SLDT, for which OAK’s own Cameron Cooper (along with Abraham Lopez) designed costumes for […]

OFF THE WALL: YAYOI KUSAMA “I WHO HAVE ARRIVED IN HEAVEN”

Yayoi Kusama’s latest exhibit I Who Have Arrived in Heaven (her first at David Zwirner’s galleries on 19th street in Chelsea), felt like a celebration of life and showed no indications that the Japanese artist was […]

PERFORMA 13: RAINER GANAHL “COMME des MARXISTS”

Citing Karl Marx and the symbol of the hammer and sickle as a contemporary analysis of how capitalism works, New York based artist Rainer Ganahl presented Comme des Marxists last night at White Columns in the […]

MIXED MEDIUM: TYLER SPANGLER

For this edition of Mixed Medium we talk with California-based artist Tyler Spangler about his dreams of wallpapering government property, his three week stint as an illegal punk show promoter, and why this Halloween will […]

OFF THE WALL: MIKE KELLEY AT MOMA PS 1

This weekend, we headed to MoMA PS 1 in Long Island City, Queens for the opening of Mike Kelley, the largest exhibition of the late artists’ work to date, and the first time a single artist has filled […]

MIXED MEDIUM: JESSE DRAXLER

Minneapolis-based visual artist Jesse Draxler is the latest feature in our Mixed Medium series. His visceral work transcends genre and medium and has been featured in Elle, Creem, and The New York Times. In his […]

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