Highlights: Jan 27 - Feb 2
Neff x Basquiat
The Californian lifestyle brand Neff has just launched their newest collaboration. After having already worked together with living artists such as Snoop Dogg, Steve Aoki, Deadmau5 and 2 Chainz they are no working with the designs of the New York graffiti icon Jean-Michel Basquiat. The amazing art, and life, of the late Jean-Michel Basquiat has been an inspiration to many of today’s artists, musicians, and tastemakers. His signature graffiti style was respected in both the art world and the neighborhoods in which he began his art career.
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Maxwell Colette Gallery from Chicago started a year with two interesting exhibitions, one of which caught our attention – White Out by a prominent Italian street artist, Peeta. The show opened on January 11 and it features new paintings, executed in his signature 3D street art adapted style. The canvases feature a series of white-on-white pieces, which uncover a novel visual experiment of Peeta, overlapping his recognizable, voluminous letterforms.
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Avenues and Alleyways is the first ever solo exhibition by the Grammy award winning musician, songwriter, record producer and now also artist Tim Armstrong. Armstrong is best known as member of the punk rock bands Operation Ivy, Rancid and The Transplants is now venturing into the visual arts. His exhibition that opened January 24th at Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects in LA features never before seen artwork.
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Following their credo, Antler Gallery of Portland, Oregon showcases the most beautiful examples of contemporary art and craft created around the aesthetic ideal of natural forms. Their annual program brings the second edition of the charity exhibition, benefiting Audubon Society of Portland. Titled Brink, this charity art exhibition will present new pieces by a selected group of 15 artists who produced paintings, drawings and other works representing endangered or extinct animal species.
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Graffiti in India have undergone a special evolution in the past decades, influenced by the strong aesthetics of Indian art and Bollywood, and today this enormous country’s cities have their walls covered in some of the most imaginative and most colorful murals in the world. Street art festival in New Delhi named St.Art Delhi is one of the largest street art festivals in India to date, as it brings together an array of international and Indian street artists to breath in life into walls of three city districts, Shahpurjat, Khirki Village and Hauz Khas Village.
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