Doze Green Returns to NYC With ‘A Volta’

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With “A Volta,” Allouche Gallery looks at the evolution of the legendary b-boy and street artist Doze Green through paintings and drawings. In the show, viewers find an artist who influenced a generation and a transformative moment in his practice upon moving to Brazil. Green was most recently featured in Hi-Fructose’s print magazine with Volume … Read more

’15 Years of Thinkspace’ Marks Gallery Anniversary With 70+ Artists

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Sandra Chevrier For its “15 Years of Thinkspace” show, Thinkspace Projects asked more than 70 artists to craft works on 15″x15″ panels. Among the featured artists are several veterans of our print magazine, including Cintal Vidal (Vol. 51), Jeremy Geddes (Vol. 15), Mark Dean Veca (Vol. 23), Yosuke Ueno (Vol.10), Laura Berger (Vol. 15), 44), … Read more

The Figurative Sculptures of Chie Shimizu

The Figurative Sculptures of Chie Shimizu

Carrying a mystical undercurrent, Chie Shimizu’s sculptures are rooted in an exploration of “the significance of human existence.” The artist, born in Japan and based now in Queens, New York, has crafted these riveting figures over the past couple decades, moving between different scales and textural approaches. “My work is about the eternal question that … Read more

Nicola Roos Explores Real-Life Samurai Figure in New Show

Nicola Roos Explores Real-Life Samurai Figure in New Show

With “Kurobōzu/Dark Stranger,” artist Nicola Roos depicts the real-life figure of Yasuke, “the only Black Samurai in Feudal Japan.” Using recycled tire tubes, textiles, and other materials, the artist crafts four different representations of the historical figure for the show at Ever Gold [Projects] in San Francisco, running through Feb. 29. Roos pulls on the … Read more

John Jacobsmeyer Returns With ‘Locus Colossus’

John Jacobsmeyer Returns With ‘Locus Colossus’

In John Jacobsmeyer’s parallel reality, pop culture and art history collide with the backdrops of his suburban youth. In his third solo show at Gallery Poulsen, titled “Locus Colossus,” he offers new paintings and linocuts with these startling convergences. The show runs through Feb. 15 at the Denmark venue. (Jacobsmeyer was last featured on our … Read more

Collaborators Share Tributes to Late Japanese Artist Toshio Saeki

Collaborators Share Tributes to Late Japanese Artist Toshio Saeki

Toshio Saeki, the legendary Japanese artist known for blending eroticism, horror, and humor in his works, passed away in November at the age of 74. During his life, he was given the moniker “the Godfather of Japanese Erotica,” amassing a dedicated following underground before a widespread, renewed interest in his work arrived during the past … Read more

Amir H. Fallah Gets Major Solo Exhibition at MOCA Tucson

Amir H. Fallah Gets Major Solo Exhibition at MOCA Tucson

With “Scatter My Ashes on Foreign Lands,” Amir H. Fallah’s largest solo museum exhibition is currently on display at MOCA Tucson. Exploring identity and the immigrant experience, his vibrant portraits of veiled subjects, botanical paintings examining classical Dutch work, and a new series of autobiographical pieces are included in the exhibition. Fallah was last featured … Read more