Sculptural work from Neil Ayling and paintings by William Bradley, lookin’ good! (at Joshua Liner Gallery)
Arte Fuse is buzzing about Folklore
Our exhibition FOLKLORE: curated by Evan Hecox was featured in an article on Arte Fuse. This show features the work of not only Evan Hecox, but also great artists like Ed Templeton, Geoff McFetridge, Serena Mitnik-Miller, and many others. If you didn’t get a chance to see the show, here is a peek at the installation. Enjoy!
artMRKT Hamptons 2013 Recap
artMRKT Hamptons was a success this year! We would like to thank all the artists and patrons that made it out to our booth and here are some pictures for those of you who missed us.
A wall of works by Ian Francis.
Eric Cahan - Sunset 6:43PM
Oliver Vernon - (from left) Fall Line and Up From Below
Four Stephen Powers works - (Clockwise from upper left) Holler Back, Undo My Life, Limo, and Running Late
Tiffany Bozic - White Chalk, Eric Cahan - Indian Wells Beach, NY Sunset 7:53, Stephen Powers - Daily Metaltations
FOLKLORE Opening Photos
Opening night. There were A LOT of people. And it was kind of warm out. But that didn’t stop anyone from enjoying the show. Our second annual artist curated exhibition had a great turnout, thanks to Evan Hecox and all the wonderful artists he rounded up for FOLKLORE. We were lucky enough to have some of the artists in attendance for the reception. Please enjoy some photos from the evening.
Admiring work from Thomas Campbell
Extreme close-up on Nigel Peake’s watercolor, Poster.
Ed Templeton installation Teenage Kissers.
Ako and Atiba Jefferson
The Chambray Brothers, left to right: Cody Hudson, Evan Hecox, Stevie Gee, Nathaniel Russell, and Nigel Peake.
Stevie Gee sporting his own handiwork.
Stephen Powers with Picture Making About Picture Taking.
Curator Evan Hecox with Mr. Powers.
Peter Sutherland with Africa and Telluride and Dry Country.
Kenny Anderson of Choclate Skateboards admiring Capitol.
Documented in video, here’s Greg Lamarche’s recent mural with The Big Brush Project. Enjoy!
Here is a ‘making of’ for a video directed by Stephen Powers that features the collaboration between MF DOOM and Jneiro Jarel. Get a behind-the-scenes at how the artists created an awesome, and strange, music video for the song, “BOOKHEAD.”