Rachel Domm is an illustrator living and working in Brooklyn, New York, with great work for clients such as The New Yorker and The New York Times. We received her new zine “The Best” in the mail, and it is full of colorful and detailed lighthearted illustrations.
Oakland’s Mark Schaer started making collages a year ago and has already amassed some great work. Mark’s digital collages source images of fashion models, comic books, celebrities, athletes and much more and combines them in sometimes chaotic, sometimes understated ways. When the first few images had “The King of Kong” cast and Freddie Gibbs, I knew this guy was cool.
Stevie Gee is an emerging artist working under Stemagency from London. his use of vibrant color and character based illustrations are characterized as bizarre and witty.
Matt Barton mixes artificial and natural, jest and earnest, high and low technologies in an attempt to blur the borders that separate, promoting a sense of totality and oneness of reality. He instills a bit of wonder in the lightest possible sense; tickling a remote nerve ending in the imagination and stimulating atrophied curiosity. Watch out for wired-up woodland creatures, video games, and the unexpected surprise sense that you are watching yourself as you are performing familiar routines…
Prominent homoerotic artist Sadao Hasegawa’s amazing work. His work combined cultural icons from all over Asia: his native Japan, Thailand, Bali and India, creating graphically and sexually compelling images.
London’s Simon Lee Gallery presents a new exhibition by ENRIQUE MARTĺNEZ CELAYA titled The Open. The show runs through April 1st – May 12th, 2010, opening March 31st 2010 6-8pm.
12 Berkeley Street
London W1J BDT
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Samsøn is proud to present Suzannah Sinclair’s 2nd solo exhibition with the gallery: “Tomorrow is Here” from March 26 – May 1st, 2010: Artist’s Reception Friday, March 26 / 6-8pm
The new ocean paintings are 8 x 11 inches; the size of a page from these same vintage men’s magazines devoid of figures.
“They are sometimes from advertisements trying to convey a warm easy feeling that embody the beauty and stillness that I find in the women I paint. I like the pairing of ‘Sister What a Good Time’: landscape, that insane feeling of getting lost in the depths of someone’s eyes or the blue depth of the ocean.”
The works will be installed in an environment complete with lamps, rugs, Bertoia benches and pots/planters with plants setting a stage for comfort, suggestion & space-time. A mirror can be part of a scene without the figure through reflection.
“I like the word ‘quietude’. Just saying…”
Suzannah Sinclair was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1979 and currently resides in NY, NY
450 Harrison Ave. / 29 Thayer St. Boston, MA 02118
Skote disrupts your normal routine. Founded in 2006 by artists Jill Pangallo and Alex P White, Skote is a performance collaboration dedicated to the value of artistic play and group dynamics. Skote utilizes the unpredictability of public interventions and the accompanying documentation to evoke an alternate universe that blurs the boundaries between visual art and theater, audience and performer, fiction and fact. “Produce. Consume. Discard. Are you buying?”