Florian Heinke is a young German painter who combines the visual languages of snapshot media and advertisements to convey the stress and tension of…


Robert Priseman’s exhibition, ‘FAME’ is on view in NYC at Whitebox Gallery until January 26th.  The show is a collection of dead celebrity portraits,…

LA Art Show 2014

The L.A Art show celebrates its 19th year. The show will take place at Los Angeles Convention Center, from January 15-19. The premiere night…


  Brett Cook Dizney does large-scale spray-paint portraits on walls- in public and for interior exhibition.  Cook works from photographs of his subjects and…


Indian artist Jitish Kallat loads his paintings with heavy political  and social commentary, communicated through the details in the head pieces of his subjects….

Alex G. Paradise

      LA painter Alex G. Paradise has brought highbrow and high fashion together in his recent art series for SSENSE.   He took a…


    Christopher Wool- antagonist, soothsayer, and big time prankster of the art world. Wool is most widely known for his text-based paintings, all…

Ken Delmar

<iframe width=”420″ height=”315″ src=”//” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Ken Delmar is famous for his paintings that he creates on Bounty Paper towels. He was featured in…

Theo Rosenblum

Theo Rosenblum is a 25 year old New York based artist who creates sculptures, paintings, and drawings. Rosenblum attended school at the Cooper Union…

Edward Chell

For you and I, motorways are merely the most efficient way of getting from A to B, perhaps enlivened by a great CD or…

‘Feel You As Me’ & ‘Heart’s Place’ at Japan’s Frantic Gallery


Atsushi Takahashi's paintings are made from oil and acrylic paint tubes. Takahashi's collection, 'Feel you as me' and 'Heart's place' will be on display July 27-31 as part of 
the show 'Frantic Underlines', a collection of the artists that will be exhibiting this year at Japan's Frantic Gallery. 

Nike Schroder x Edgar Herbst Series

Berlin-based artist Nike Schroder stitches 'the edgar eduard emma herbst series' in an homage to a friend of Schroder and plays with the adaption of the chaotic way the thread develops painting like qualities adequate to his personal character.


Nexus Vomitus

“Nexus Vomitus” is a collaboration between vomiting artist Millie Brown and opera singers Patricia Hammond and Zita Syme. Millie created a rainbow-like spectrum of vomit on canvas to Patricia and Zita’s melodic interlude.