Posts Tagged ‘off the wall’

OFF THE WALL: LACMA

  Travis and Kahlil take us to LACMA, home to works by Bruce Nauman, Michael Heizer, Chris Burden, and many more. Check out their photos from some of their favorite exhibits, both permanent and traveling, […]

OFF THE WALL: RICHARD SERRA AT DAVID ZWIRNER + KIM GORDON AT 303

  Richard Serra – honoree of this year’s MoMA Party In The Garden – is currently showing his work Equal, consisting of stacked 40 ton cubes, at David Zwirner’s 20th St. space. Equal runs through […]

OFF THE WALL: BASQUIAT THE UNKNOWN NOTEBOOKS AT BROOKLYN MUSEUM

  Featuring over 150 rarely-seen pages from the notebooks of Jean-Michel Basquiat, as well as larger scale works from the Brooklyn-born artist, The Unknown Notebooks exhibit currently at Brooklyn Museum is the first of its […]

OFF THE WALL: GLEN BALDRIDGE ‘DAYLIGHTER’

  Photographs c/o Klaus von Nichtssagen gallery Furthering his experimentation with lighting and materials, artist Glen Baldridge brings his exhibit Daylighter to the Klaus von Nichtssagen gallery in LES. From “animal selfies”, to metal slabs […]

OFF THE WALL: TYLER LAFRENIERE ‘COMFORT AND SUPPORT’

Photographs courtesy of LaunchF18 Additional photograph by OAK Launch F18’s 95 Orchard Street Project Space has been transformed into a men’s locker room for Brooklyn-based artist Tyler Lafreniere’s Comfort and Support. The exhibit, hand-assembled by […]

OFF THE WALL: BJORK AT MOMA

Photographs by Justin Fulton Over the weekend, the OAK crew checked out Bjork’s mid-career retrospective at MoMA. Featuring visuals, sounds, objects, costumes and more from over 20 years, the exhibit also includes an interactive audio […]

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: 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 […]

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 […]