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Overtime: June 23 – June 29

More stories from the week that ended June 29 (click on bolded words for more information): The Fifth Season group show opens at James Cohan Gallery. It includes Matthew Brandt, Pierre Huyghe, and...

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Streets / World Tour: Jeff Soto (Bordeaux, France)

Southern California native, Jeff Soto (interviewed), recently traveled to Bordeaux, France where he had a chance to work on several art-related projects. First up is this wall he painted for the Darwin...

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Streets: Aryz (Spain)

Master muralist Aryz was recently in Granollers, Spain, where he spent more than two weeks working on this impressive new mural. Titled Priape and Dememter, the piece shows two Greek gods symbolizing...

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Studio Visits: Faile –“Fuel, Fantasy, Freedom” @ Gallery Ernst Hilger

A month ago, AM stopped by the Brooklyn studio space of Faile to catch a glimpse of their upcoming show at Gallery Ernst Hilger which opens tomorrow, July 2nd in Austria. Entitled Fuel, Fantasy,...

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Streets: D*Face (Hong Kong)

During our time in Hong Kong for Basel HK, one of the outdoor treats we saw were the works of British artist D*Face (interviewed). Although he was only in town for a few weeks to installing his...

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Spaces: The KAWS Studio

Followers of KAWS and his pop culture infused abstractions have always been impressed with his clean lifework and impeccable attention to detail. Taking a look at his Brooklyn studio, designed by...

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Streets: Vhils (Portugal)

Only a couple days before the opening of his first museum show, Dissection, Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils finished this large outdoor piece in front of the Museu da Electricdade where the...

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Overtime: June 30 – July 6

More stories from the week that ended July 6 (click on bolded words for more information): The Guardian reviews Barbara Kruger's show at Modern Art Oxford. RIP: Madeleine Gekiere, who committed suicide...

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Rewind: Jun 15 – Jul 6

As we share another Rewind feature with you today, you'll notice the collection of art related videos headlined by a trailer for documentary titled Tim’s Vermeer (via Colossal). The film follows the...

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Streets: Faith47 (South Africa)

Faith 47 recently spent a few days painting in Durban, South Africa, as part of the cultural program of the 25th World Congress on Architecture, UIA2014 Durban. For this event, she will be painting...

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Streets: World Roundup (Jun 15 – Jun 29)

The time had come for another Streets World Roundup here on AM. Leading things off is a complex new work of art from Felice Varini in Hasselt, Belgium for the "De Unie Hasselt-Genk" exhibition. The...

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Art Focus: Adam Lupton

For this edition of our Art Focus feature, we present to you the work of Canadian artist Adam Lupton. Painted in oils, his portraiture oftentimes features multiple visages blurred together in a...

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Releases and Process: Bumblebeelovesyou –“Mutual Feeling” Print

On Friday, July 11, Bumblebeelovesyou releases his Mutual Feeling screen print, featuring a very popular image from his Bee Yourself exhibition. The 17" x 23" limited edition features hand-pulled...

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Interviews: Meryl Pataky ‘The Golden Hour’ @ Shooting Gallery

San Francisco based multi-disciplinary artist Meryl Pataky's work first caught our eye a couple of years back with her unique use of neon. Her solo exhibition The Golden Hour is set to open at SF's...

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Ai WeiWei – “Forever Bicycles” @ Brooklyn Museum

As we're in the middle of summer, we thought to bring you a closer look at a key installation from Ai Weiwei’s "According To What" exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum (covered). Entitled Forever...

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Overtime: July 7 – July 13

More stories from the week that ended July 13 (click on bolded words for more information): Nancy Rubins' Our Friend Fluid Metal opens at Gagosian Gallery W 21st St on July 17. RIP: On Kawara, who died...

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Streets: Shepard Fairey For The Line Hotel (Los Angeles)

AM recently had the pleasure of staying at The Line Hotel in Los Angeles, a project put together by the good people behind the Ace Hotel among others. Along with the work of D*Face gracing the west...

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Streets: DALeast (Poland)

A couple days ago, DALeast sent over images of a new mural he painted for the Street Art Doping Project in Warsaw, Poland. Entitled Dormant Antennae, the striking new mural featuring a falcon perching...

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Art Focus: Rafael Gómezbarros –“Casa Tomada”

If you have an insect phobia, you probably did not click through to read this article. For those who made it here, the swarms of ant sculptures you see are from Rafael Gómezbarros and his Casa Tomada...

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Streets: ROA (Belgium)

Prolific world traveler ROA hardly has time to be in his home country, but it looks like he recently was in Belgium for the North West Walls project. We already touched on the event here for another...

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