‘Mother Daughter’ by @thehonorablemohammed. View our stories as the LA-based artist takes us around the first #friezela art fair at the historic Paramount Studios.
37 5/8′′W x 51′′H
Oil on Paper / Letterpress Edition / Oil Pastel on Paper / Walnut Wood / Plush Fabric / Plexi
2016 / 2017 📸: @yesterdays_cow
Saturday’s are good for spray-painting via @_revok_.
@tomsachs celebrates ‘Paradox Bullets’ screening at Frieze LA with the release of a limited zine. Click the link in our bio for details. Photos: Tom Sachs Studio
Japanese-Brazilian artist #OscarOiwa is planning to draw a massive artwork entitled ‘BLACK & LIGHT’ inside an inflatable structure located in New York City’s Cadillac House. Click the link in our bio for full details.
Photos: Oscar Oiwa/@visionaireworld
‘Enshrined’ installation by multidisciplinary Artist Justin Leonard for #GoHoopDay. The artwork will be open to the public during #NBAAllStar weekend starting today on the wall behind Jung’s Laundry & Cleaners in Charlotte, NC. Photos: @gohoopday
To celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, London’s Selfridges opened an installation inside its Oxford Street space that pays homage to iconic Japanese photographer, Daido Moriyama, alongside limited merch. Head to @hypebeast to learn more. Photos: @theofficialselfridges
@theunitlondon bring Philip Colbert's critically acclaimed 'Hunt Paintings' to Los Angeles this week as part of Freize's VIP Programme. Opening this Saturday, the show will run for one month at the former Taschen Gallery Space in West Hollywood. Book tickets to the private view now - check out the link in their bio. @theunitlondon, @philipcolbert, @saatchi_gallery
KAWS is set to release a limited edition pair of ‘Companion Blush’ vinyl figures for #ValentinesDay. The launch features the iconic artist’s ubiquitous mascot adorned in reddish tones with a dissected version to boot. Photos: @kaws
Jamaica-born, Harlem-based artist @nariward champions a creative practice that is both unconventional and commendable. Since the early 1990s, Ward has scavenged dumped articles throughout the streets of New York City to create dynamic multimedia artworks spanning sculptures, paintings, and installations.
Plastic bottles, fire hoses, strollers, and shoelaces are his choice of materials to create his socio-politically charged works that are now on display in Manhattan’s New Museum for a major survey on the artist called “We The People.” The exhibition is on view until May 26.