Three Apples is a new exhibition produced by Sanrio to celebrate Hello Kitty’s 35th birthday. Three Apples (how much Hello Kitty weighs apparently) features a series of multi-media instillations from over 80 of today’s most in-demand contemporary artists, including Gary Baseman, Ron English, Natalia Fabia, Buff Monster, Amanda Visell, Luke Chueh and Tara McPherson, with each artist reinterpreted what is perhaps the most iconic pop reference of modern Japanese culture in their own unique ways. The exhibition is on at Royal/T in LA from October 23rd and throughout November. Royal T
The Coronaville Artist Coloring Book was published with the goal of bringing artists together for the benefit of other artists
Smile High Club at Underdogs Gallery – A group exhibition curated by Fat Boy Slim featuring artwork by Andrea Harz, Bob Jaroc, Carrie Reichardt, Chemical X, Estudio Pedrita, James Joyce, Jimmy Cauty, Joseph Ford, Mark Vessey, Ron English, RYCA and The London Police.
“SPACED OUT” is going to be a mesmerising double-solo show, featuring legendary street artists James Marshall (aka Dalek) and Buff Monster, united together in the same exhibition for the first time. Opening during Armory Week.
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- Eve De Haan & Sara Pope explore desire, seduction and connection in powerfully uplifting exhibition ADDICTED TO LOVE. Eve De Haan aka @halfaroastchicken and Sara Pope present 30 works that explore the meanings and perceptions of love.
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