Luminaria 2014
Nov
7
Nov 8

Luminaria 2014

  • San Antonio, Texas

For over 300 years San Antonio has been a crossroads between cultures.  In 2014, Luminaria celebrates San Antonio’s heritage by presenting Between North & South, an inspiring mix of local and international talent.  The festival expands to two nights of art, music and performance, and adds its first ever daytime events; a provocative afternoon of discussion chaired by the Western Arts Alliance.

 

Luminaria 2014

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GR2: 20 Years Art X Mags Exhibition
Mar
15
5:00 pm17:00

GR2: 20 Years Art X Mags Exhibition

  • Giant Robot
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Mar 15th – April 2nd 2014

Reception Saturday March 15, 2014 5-10pm

Mar 15th – April 2nd 2014
Reception Saturday March 15, 2014 5-10pm

Giant Robot presents: 20 Years Art x Mags Exhibition
Giant Robot began in 1994 as a zine which soon became a full-fledged magazine and published for 16 years. Today, Giant Robot exists as a website, a shop, and as a gallery. Although the exact date of inception is a mystery, the date published on the cover of the first issue says it all – No. 1 and 1994.

Featuring many artists who have appeared in Giant Robot and some who haven’t.

The list includes:

Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Ryan McGinness, Rob Sato, Geoff McFetridge, Pete Fowler, kozyndan, Shintaro Ohata, Matt Furie, Albert Reyes, Shizu Saldamando, Souther Salazar, Megan Whitmarsh, Stella Lai, Saelee Oh, Seonna Hong, Adrian Tomine, Amy Davis, Ai Yamaguchi, James Jean, Heisuke Kitazawa, Scott Wilkowski, Jeff Soto, Mari Inukai, Sean Chao, David Horvath, Dehara Yukinori, Luke Chueh, Kohei Yamashita, Yoskay Yamamoto, Edwin Ushiro, Ako Castuera, Bobby Hundreds, 326, Rachell Sumpter, and yes plenty more TBA.

This exhibition will precede the epic SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot at the Oakland Museum of California. April 19 – July 27th, 2014.

For any additional information, contact Eric Nakamura (eric@giantrobot.com, twitter: giantroboteric) GR2 – 310-445-9276.

- See more at: http://www.giantrobot.com/events/#sthash.tJuyi94S.dpuf

NEW IMAGE ART POP-UP AT SPACE15TWENTY
Sep
29
6:00 pm18:00

NEW IMAGE ART POP-UP AT SPACE15TWENTY

20 SEP 2013 TO 29 SEP 2013

New Image Art and Space 15 Twenty are pleased to announce, a one week pop-up gallery featuring New Image artists Misha Hollenbach, Retna, Skullphone, Date Farmers, Cat Cult, Michelle Guintu, Satterugly, Clean Peterson, Yarrow Slaps, Saner, Richard Colman, Albert Reyes, Innocnts, Luke Pelletier, Anthony Lister, Paul Wackers, Kelsey Brooks, Mariel Eplboim, John Malta, Chad Muska, David Ellis, Pat Ngoho, Luke Taaffe, Maya Hayuk, and more. Opening Friday, September 20th from 6pm to 10pm at 1520 Cahuenga Blvd. in Hollywood with a notable DJ set by Coachella’s favorite son Alf Alpha.

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FUTURE COLORS OF AMERICA
Sep
13
Oct 12

FUTURE COLORS OF AMERICA

  • Fecal Face Gallery

San Francisco, CA -- FFDG is pleased to present the Los Angeles based trifecta known as “The Future Colors of America” (Albert Reyes, Matt Furie, and Aiyana Udesen) in their third show with the gallery running Sept 13 through Oct 12, 2013. The psychedelic mashup will feature both individual and collaborative drawings on paper. An opening reception is scheduled on Friday the 13th (7-10pm). Refreshments will be available and the artists present. 

Each artist uses top-secret alien technology to deliver completed collaborative drawings. Believing themselves to be a rolling fun trio, the three artists seek to unravel the many mysteries of the megaverse by drawing, among other things, Lindsay Lohan, Pamela Anderson and Angelina Jolie. There is a cartoon world, an alien world, a ghetto world and a psychedelic world. Each of these worlds collide and feed off of one another, making an interesting display to look at and think about. 

Aiyana Udesen is an amazing craftsman who focuses on detailed figurative drawings and richly colored botanical illustrations. Albert Reyes brings a razor-sharp edge to the mix, providing bloody faces and big asses in a style reminiscent of chicano prison art. Matt Furie is the cartoon guy, focussing on skulls, eyeballs, and anteater/wife hybrids. This will be the trio’s 4th exhibition, three of which have been at FFDG.

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INTERSECTIONS AS AMERICAN LIFE | SMITHSONIAN ASIAN-LATINO FESTIVAL 2013
Aug
7
Aug 8

INTERSECTIONS AS AMERICAN LIFE | SMITHSONIAN ASIAN-LATINO FESTIVAL 2013

7 AUG 2013

Curators Eric Nakamura, Shizu Saldamando, and Adriel Luis will project artwork onto the public surfaces of Veterans Plaza, telling the visual stories of Asian-Latino cultural connection as a DJ spins Asian-Latino fusion music. Two evenings of Street Culture & Art programming will feature "pop-up" galleries to transform public space from the utilitarian to the expressive. By way of projection, we map visual stories of Asian-Latino shared culture onto the canvas of our walls-not simply bringing art into public space but making public space into art.

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NEW BLOOD | Curated by Morgan Spurlock
Apr
28
5:00 pm17:00

NEW BLOOD | Curated by Morgan Spurlock

  • Thinkspace Art Gallery

Thinkspace is honored to be working with producer/director/writer/collector Morgan Spurlock (The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Supersize Me) on his debut curatorial project. New Blood aims to showcase artists that Spurlock feels have changed the art world forever and has in turn given each of them the chance to invite a protégé of their choice to profile alongside their own work in this very special exhibit.

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