Beer, babes, beaches and butts – ‘getting naked’, as he says, is a crucial part of the artistic process for this Brooklyn-based artist. A rising star on the New York art scene, Todd Bienvenu
Batman Chromogenic Print 40.6 x 50.8 cms (16 x 20 inches)2008 07.01.2010 – 20.02.2010 Elinor Carucci is one of the most celebrated artists working in photography today. Carucci’s fresh take on the established genre of portraiture weaves together intricate strands of the artist’s own life, celebrating moments of intimacy with her extended family; her parents, […]
The Hole is to present a proliferating paper show for the summer with over sixty artists and over 100 artworks!
January 2018 will see the launch of Lazinc, a contemporary arts business and new flagship gallery space in the heart of Mayfair.
20th November – 20th December 2014 Lazarides Editions, 22 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD Lazarides Editions’ inaugural exhibition will reflect upon an area of Yeo’s practice that has not yet been highlighted in any previous retrospective, celebrating the artist’s comprehensive body of widely acclaimed printed material. Following Yeo’s landmark 2013 exhibition at London’s National Portrait […]
His birth name is Eric Inkala, but most people refer to him as: Ink. He draws, he sketches, he paints, he shoots and he is currently grindin’ in Brooklyn, NYC. Read more…
BRUTAL follows Bedlam (2012), The Minotaur (2011), Hell’s Half Acre (2010), Shut Down Show (2008), and Shadow Lounge Auction (2007) to become Lazarides’ sixth adventurous off-site exhibition coinciding with Frieze Art Fair.
I have art A.D.D so I don’t study or master any particular style or media, I move onto the next, whatever interests or excites me.
Erik Parker and KAWS. This is the first time that the two artists have collaborated to organize an exhibition. Pretty on the Inside includes works in a range of media by seven American artists: Todd James, KAWS, Tony Matelli, Erik Parker, Joyce Pensato, Peter Saul, and Karl Wirsum. At first glance, these artworks challenge the […]
The exhibition traces the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities where a unique visual language…….