Kenny Scharf has added his contribution to curator Eric Firestone’s Phoenix, Arizona-based Boneyard Project, in the form of a vintage Lockheed Jetstar covered in his trademark graffiti stylings. Curated by Firestone, along with Carlo McCormick and Medvin Sobio, The Boneyard Project has its home on a vast plot of desert land and is populated by vintage planes, rescued from the salvage yard and turned into works of art. Shepard Fairey, Retna, Faile, and Richard Prince have all contributed. Via: SLAMXHYPE
Gagosian to open Early Photography, 1977–87, an exhibition by Richard Prince opening at the Grosvenor Hill and Davies Street galleries in London.
NTWRK has teamed up with Interscope Records to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a new limited edition vinyl series called Interscope Reimagined. The series features world-class visual artists such as KAWS, Cecily Brown, and Damien Hirst, who have created original works of art inspired by albums and songs from Interscope artists such as Billie Eilish, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, and Snoop Dogg.
Richard Prince to open his seventh solo exhibition at Sadie Coles entitled Everyday, a body of recent paintings that expand his iconic Joke […]
BEYOND THE STREETS LONDON the most comprehensive graffiti & street art exhibition to open in the UK ever.
BEYOND THE STREETS LONDON will open at Saatchi Gallery with over 100 international artists this February. The exhibition supported by […]
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