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Beyond The Streets New York - Tickets Are Up For Sale Now!

My NYC friends, get ready for an amazing event coming to our city. Beyond The Streets tickets are up for sale now! The opening will be on June 21 and it will run to sometime in August ( maybe longer so cross your fingers).

Link For Tickets - https://www.showclix.com/event/btsnyc

BEYOND THE STREETS celebrates society’s most pervasive mark makers and rule breakers with unprecedented purpose and scale. The exhibition explores the collective urgency of using the street as a canvas for expression. People have long taken to the streets to share a name, phrase, image or cause with the world around them to force a public discourse. Streets act as the symbolically important public stage that is both local and universal, the bedrock for both public protest and anonymous action. While the subject matter varies and the mediums are many, it is in the public sphere where these messages find a home. - Beyond The Streets

- JM

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KAWS: ALONE AGAIN

KAWS: ALONE AGAIN organized by the Museum of the Contemporary Art Detroit, opening on May 10th. Featuring five sculptures, a site specific wall work, and three paintings, this highly anticipated exhibition will occupy the main exhibition space of the museum. ALONE AGAIN will showcase the artist’s masterful compositions that appear to be abstract while retaining the artist’s colorful acrylic palette with his trademark motif. Riffing on specific genres of pop art, figuration, deconstruction, collage, and fashion, the exhibition represents an underlying irreverence and affection for our turbulent times, as well as KAWS’ agility as an artist to appropriate and transform. - Library Street Collective

Members Preview - 5-7pm

Public Opening - 7-11pm

- JM

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The Art Of Banksy - Curated By Steve Lazarides (Unauthorized - Private Collection)

The Art of Banksy displays the world?s largest touring collection of Banksy?s works, including canvasses, screen prints and sculptures, all on loan from international private collectors.  Access to Steve Lazarides? (Banksy?s former photographer and manager) personal archive, photographs and art collection allows the exhibition to not only display iconic works like ?Girl With Red Balloon?, ?Flower Thrower? and ?Rude Copper? but also gives you a unique behind-the-scenes glimps of the creation of the artworks by Banksy. This touring exhibition is not authorized by Banksy. The artist is not involved in the curation of the collection.

Starting - May 11 Untill June 20

Link to purchase tickets - http://banksygoteborg.se/about/?lang=en

- JM

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Kenny Scharf "Blue Blood" Exhibition Opens Tomorrow!

TOTAH presents blue blood, an exhibition of new works by Kenny Scharf, opening May 2nd, 2019. This is Scharf’s first solo exhibition with the gallery.

Using a strict palette of three colors—red, blue, and gray, with subtle shades and overlappings thereof—blue blood showcases surrealist landscapes that are playfully ebullient without lacking in emotional depth. Extending Scharf’s inimitable iconography, the paintings in the main gallery are replete with otherworldly creatures, equally parodic and pop. What distinguishes blue blood, however, is the way these painterly compositions seem to physicalize abstract notions—futuristic planets, personified nebulae, and risible vortices transmogrify into alluring visages and patterns. - TOTAH

See you there!

- JM

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"Twinkle Toes" Devin Troy Strother New Opening

Yesterday Nevven Gallery presented “Twinkle Toes” Devin Troy Strother 1st Solo show in Sweden. The opening included a large Coloured Publishing installation, a new video, new paintings and a dance performance by Devin called “Twinkle Toes” Devins show will run until May 19th. 

Devin Troy Strother is known for his intricate alternative narratives in a variety of mediums (mixed-media, sculpture, neon, and installation). He finds inspiration in snippets of overheard conversations, movies, television, music, stand-up comedy podcasts, and the work of numerous canonic artists such as Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, and Henri Matisse (whose cutouts are put in mind by Strother’s exuberant collage constructions). Strother likes to incorporate humor and language relevant to his peers and does not shy from the outrageous; his titles often serving as the punch line.


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Nick Smith New Exhibition PINCHED

If you’re in London make sure to check out Nick Smith’s new solo exhibition PINCHED. It will be on view at Rhodes Contemporary Art starting May 3rd until June 1st. The exhibition will feature over 20 new originals works as well as new limited editions. His new works consists reworks of infamous, instantly recognizable stolen artworks to some lesser known works by the heavy hitters of art history; including Vermeer’s The Concert (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) and Munch’s The Scream (Munch Museum).

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New Group Show Feat. Super Future Kid "It Only Counts If You Take A Big Piece"

Yesterday the art loving folks in Miami got to see the opening exhibition “It Only Counts If You Take A Big Piece” at the Mindy Solomon Gallery. The group show features works by our London based friend Super Future Kid, along side - Jennifer Lefort, Jiha Moon and Kiyoshi Kaneshiro. The show will be up for viewing until May 25th so if your down in Miami make sure to check it out. 

Mindy Solomon Gallery

8397 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33138

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Save The Date! Paul Insect Opening in Paris

Our close friends at Allouche Gallery have announced on instagram “Save The Date”, they will be having their 2nd International pop-up exhibition in Paris with my favorite artist - Paul Insect. Paul’s opening will be on Thursday, May 30, 2019, so get ready! This pop-up exhibition will only be for 10 days. Paul’s work has continued to evolve adding specials elements to each of his pieces. We are looking forward to seeing what Paul has lined up. So far 3-4 amazing pieces have surfaced on instagram which has all of us itching to see the rest. Hope to see you there!

Galerie/Joseph/123 - 123 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris

-JM

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