Trespassing from Christie’s a cross-category sale that traces graffiti’s influence on contemporary art
Trespassing from Christie’s features works from KAWS, Banksy and Invader juxtaposed with works by Jonas Wood, and George Condo among others that share the same dynamic spirit.
Christie’s continues to expand its online-only auction calendar. VICE and VIRTUE, the latest in a series of thematic online auctions from the Post-War and Contemporary Art department.
Banksy, George Condo, Kaws, Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons to appear together for the first time in virtual art exhibition, ‘XXI’
Ground-breaking digital art investments platform, ARTCELS, in partnership with HOFA Gallery has announced a new virtual contemporary art exhibition, ‘XXI’, launching on Monday 4th May.
West Contemporary have announced the launch of a new collection of highly collectable artworks, with 20% of the profit from all sales going towards their #masksforNHS fundraiser, set up via GoFundMe to raise money for much needed FFP3 masks for NHS staff.
KAWS and Acute Art have released a free trial KAWS sculpture. Released last week via an APP not only could you rent or buy AR sculptures there was also a global exhibition of massive KAWS sculptures COMPANION (EXPANDED) for free viewing at various global locations.
KAWS has teamed up with Acute Art for the worldwide launch of a new type of artwork. His augmented reality (AR) works create new ways to own, trade, and live with art via the Acute Art app.
GONE is KAW’s inaugural exhibition with Skarstedt Gallery he will debut four large-scale bronze sculptures, and a series of new paintings.
From the earliest days of luggage labels, pasted on to the valises of those few people able to travel, or the cut and glue decoupage so beloved by Victorian scrapbookers, stickers have helped us to express the most interesting aspects of ourselves in a unique format.
Snoopy, Charlie Brown and co. are heading to Somerset House in a cultural celebration of themselves! The world’s most influential comic strip
Not one but two KAWS exhibitions in Tokyo and Hong Kong at Perrotin galleries simultaneously. Continuing in the tradition of Pop Art, KAWS work crosses painting, sculpture and printmaking along with fashion, merchandise and toy production while drawing upon art history and popular culture.
The opening exhibition features a massive sculpture piece by New York artist KAWS, entitled “CLEAN SLATE,” measuring nearly 23ft.
Hirst, Kaws, William Tucker, Paul Mc Carthy and Richard Serra
Next Thursday Pharrell Williams is launching his GIRL perfume at Dover Street Market London.