Artist as Activist: Poster Syndicate, and “Buy War Bonds” at Grael Gallery

  The role of the artist in society is constantly changing and evolving. This is due to the ways in which artwork questions, comments and responds to societal norms and current issues. Creating a visual portrait of a particular time, art functions like a mirror. Through its prism, it reflects the surrounding culture, asking, in […]

Artist as Activist: Poster Syndicate, and “Buy War Bonds” at Grael Gallery

04.10.2017
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  The role of the artist in society is constantly changing and evolving. This is due to the ways in which artwork questions, comments and responds to societal norms and current issues. Creating a visual portrait of a particular time, art functions like a mirror. Through its prism, it reflects the surrounding culture, asking, in […]

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“Candy-Ass”: confessions of a self-loathing, reluctant artist

04.02.2017
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Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show at the Contemporary Jewish Museum runs through June 25th, 2017. This is the first career survey show for the New York-based artist. The exhibition includes over 350 works from 1987 to present, all dealing with subjects of the art market, queer politics, and kitsch. In an evocative and humorous manner, Leibowitz […]

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Photo Feature: Cody Hudson and Tessa Perutz at Guerrero Gallery

04.01.2017
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Referencing a peculiar religious broadcast that the artist encountered on his family’s television as a child, Worship for Shut–Ins (Good Feeling) presents new paintings and sculptures at Guerrero Gallery by Chicago-based artist Cody Hudson. Over the last two years, Hudson has developed a more decidedly painterly approach to his work, eschewing the earlier graphic-based paintings […]

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Photo Feature: “Get With The Program” at 1AM Gallery

03.19.2017
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1AM Gallery is pleased to present “Get With The Program”, a collection of new collaborative work from graffiti artists Pemex and Klops. Join us for the opening reception Thursday, March 2, 2017, from 7-10PM. The event is free and open to the public, the artists will be in attendance. In the world of graffiti and […]

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Photo Feature: ‘Peer Pressure’ at The Growlery

03.18.2017
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The Growlery is pleased to present the exhibit PEER PRESSURE featuring artists immersed in skate and street art cultures from the burning deserts of indigenous Arizona. IRWIN LEWIS is a photographer who has traveled throughout Japan. Currently working and living in San Francisco he is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute. His street […]

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Photo Feature: March Forth! at Luna Rienne Gallery

03.15.2017
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The extreme behavior of the current Presidential administration has left many people shocked and frustrated. March Forth! addresses those feelings, as well as presents the positivity that can emerge from them, including creative expression, activism, unity, and exercising our hard-fought-for civil rights. 20% of sales to benefit the Immigrant Legal Resource Center

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