Saturday, May 23, 2009
1000 Days, curated by Seth Curcio of Daily Serving.com opens on May 23rd at Scion’s 4,500 square foot Installation L.A. Gallery Space in Culver City. The exhibition celebrates the upcoming 1000th feature for DailyServing.com, an online contemporary art publication that showcases some of the most innovative contemporary visual artists working today. 1000 DAYS will present seven emerging artists in the United States whose work represents the graphic aesthetic and innovative artistic process for which the publication’s features are known. These artists, all of whom have been previously featured on the site, work in a variety of mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and new media.
The opening reception takes place May 23rd, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at the Scion Installation L.A. Space, 3521 Helms Ave. (at National), Culver City, CA 90232. The show will run until June 13th.
Tuesday, May 26th, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles presents their newest exhibit "Quiet Storm." The show will feature all new works from artists Scott Campbell (NY), Krista Huot (Canada), ghostpatrol (Australia) and Roland Tamayo (LA).
This focused 4-person show does display a congruent theme in each of their works, a sort of petite touch of quaint and emotion easy on the eyes, but the similarity is extremely hard to put into words. And meet 3 of the 4 artists, as Campbell, Huot and Tamayo will be in attendance. This show will run until June 18th from .
Opening Reception is May 26th from 7-10 Pm
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Following the successful recent opening reception of the exhibition "Southern" AT Last Rites Gallery in New Yorkfeaturing artists Brian Viveros and Matthew Bone, Last Rites has announced the release of 2 prints, exclusive to Last Rites Gallery. The first is "Dirtyland 4", a giclee print, edition of only 12, signed by artist Brian Viveros. The second is "Southern" (image to the left), made from a collaborative painting by both Viveros and Bone. It is also a giclee print, edition of only 12, signed by both Viveros and Bone. Ohhhh I like!!
You can go to the store on our website and purchase these prints, and many others, via an easy to use paypal button here: http://lastritesgallery.com/store.php
Go have a look, they have some nice dark and oddly sexy prints on their website.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Signal Gallery are delighted to announce the Byroglyphics solo show, 'Domestic Science', at Signal Gallery. A full set of new images will appearer on this page nearer to the exhibition which opens on the 21st May.
Opening reception: May 21st, 2009 From 6pm to 9pm At Signal Gallery
96a Curtain Road
London EC2A 3AA
Russ studied illustration at Leeds Met. University and has worked as a freelance illustrator and animation film maker since graduating. Recently he has made a huge impact on the 'Urban' art scene with his dramatic and stylish images. Russ will be producing a number of original canvases for the show. In the interim the gallery will also release some print editions of his work
"Byroglyphics has found himself in the fortunate position, within the space of a year, of being much in demand and greatly admired. It has been an interesting journey of discovery and self-discovery. The artist launched his career boldly by producing a series of stunning prints that he sold independently through the internet for £15 (including shipping). Very soon, the editions sold out and the Byroglyphics name was out there. From here, he has gone on to produce prints independently and show in several galleries, including his first solo show in Bristol. Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) is now an artistic force to contend with - already attracting a loyal following."
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Last Thursday evening saw the opening of Jeff Soto's first UK art show, Inland Empire.
Stolen Space Gallery presented a beautiful collection of original artworks by artist Jeff Soto, Soto was even at the opening singing copies of his new art book release "Storm Clouds" and the extra special 5 color hand pulled silk screen print created just for the exhibiton.
The exhibition is on show until June 6th.
About the exhibition:
"‘The Inland Empire’ is a politically charged exhibition focusing on the theme of recession in the area in which the artist lives and how it reflects what is happening all over the world. Conceptually it is the next step of Soto’s hugely successful and critically acclaimed Museum exhibit at the Riverside Art Museum, “Turning In Circles” in December 2008..KEEP READING HERE!
Ltd edition of 25
12"x15.5" signed and numbered
Archival textured fine art paper
"Apparition is a narrative piece exploring a fictional relationship between nature and a manufactured toy. The ghost-like girl brings the floral toy into a natural environment, causing the plants pollination process to break down when the bees become attracted to the toys floral fabric."
By painting exotic yet strangely familiar environments, Australian artist Melissa Haslam offers an escape to a romanticized, whimsical and yet slightly dark interpretation of the world. With an emphasis on narrative theme, her paintings are populated by beautiful, forlorn and mischievous women in fairytale-like scenarios. Check out her website for more work and info at
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