An assemblage of the new contemporary art world’s finest, including Emil Ferris, who’ll be signing copies of her graphic novel, My Favorite Things is Monsters
Select images and bios from “a group show dedicated to showcasing nine artists from the gallery’s roster, whose work and recognition are on the rise.”
Dead Red Queen to release a ltd run CD featuring the late entertainer performing an unheard dramatic reading straight to tape in a Denton, TX hotel room in 1990
Hess’ new collection of work “expands [the artist’s] ongoing survey of derelict spaces void of human presence.”
Preview – NATHAN MCKEE: I DON’T WANT TO GROW UP (Solo Exhibit) @ STEPHANIE CHEFAS PROJECTS [Portland]
The Portland artist creates “classic images of legendary athletes,hip hop stars and skate/surf culture demigods,” rendered through construction paper cut outs.
The NC Painter speaks to us on the heels of the opening for his new exhibit of velvet portraits paying tribute to professional wrestling legends of the 1990s
Over 80 artists come together to pay tribute to “the world’s foremost illustrated fantasy magazine” w/ both new & vintage art from the publications history
“A peek into the intimate realm of the art making process, each piece playing w/ the balance between refined finality and lingering thoughts yet to be completed”
Inspired by the works of “The Pope Of Trash” this group show imagines Waters-related products that never exhisted from Divine bedsheets to Female Trouble playsets
More than 50 new contemporary artists of various disciplines pay tribute to the groundbreaking publication that provided them & others with a platform.
Over 80 artists of various disciplines from around the world come together to pay tribute to one of America’s most iconic filmmakers
Preeminent gallery for pop-culture art, Gallery 1988, brings together artists of varying mediums for “Don’t Cry, Mac,” honoring the 30th anniversary of an NES Classic