Last Week Wednesday night, Pepsi and Billboard hosted the third installment of the Summer Beats concert series at New York’s Gotham Hall, where a wall at the entrances allowed guests to contribute their own messages, drawings, and signatures. Graffiti-style designs by Artkek Creative surrounding the series’ logo served as the eye-catching starting point, which attendees added to throughout the event.

Barry McGee Show

September 6, 2012

Leading off this week’s video goodness is a look at Barry McGee’s first solo show in the Bay Area since 1994. Along with some footage of the stunning and comprehensive exhibition, the short features interviews with the Director and Assistant Curator of the BAM/PFA.

  • ArtnetTV interviews Robert Longo.
  • THE ART UNDERGROUND – NYC SUBWAY – explore the art that’s in NYC’s subway system.
  • Shepard speaks with Wayne Kramer about their connection to the Jail Guitar Doors collaboration.
  • Bumblebee Loves You – recently premiered video by HANDi about Bumblebee.
  • If any of the five real-life sleeping beauties open their eyes when they are kissed by their suitors at an art exhibit in Kiev, they are contractually obliged to marry them.
  • VNA x Nychos.
  • Louis Vuitton: Yayoi Kusama “Her Story: Signature Patterns” Video (via Hypebeast).
  • The Making of Ephemicropolis by Peter Root (via ArtSchoolVets!).
  • A video that documents the drawing of Drift by Melissa Cooke.
  • LRG’s series Artist Driven with Dabs Myla.
  • A video of the Nicola Verlato opening from Carlos Gonzalez.

 

The Campbell’s Soup company will be releasing some limited edition (albeit 1.2 million of them) cans inspired by Andy Warhol’s imagery to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s iconic 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans. Approved by the Andy Warhol Foundation, these new cans will be available starting Sunday at your local Target stores at 75 cents each.

 

 

 

This  week, Steve “ESPO” Powers (featured) will be kicking off art season with a new body of work at Joshua Liner Gallery.  The show entitled A Word is Worth A Thousand Pictures is Power’s first New York solo exhibition in over seven years. The Brooklyn-based artist has been busy the past few years with a number of high profile projects such as Art in the Streets, as well as the Love Letters Project in Philly, Syracuse and Brooklyn.

Future-Shock Exhibition @ Valmorbida
560 Washington Street
New York, NY 10014

Opening Reception: September 6th, 2012 (Wednesday) | 6 pm – 9 pm

Exhibition Dates: September 6th, 2012 – October 5th, 2012

Art of the Assassins LA Recap

September 6, 2012

A few weeks back I was in LA to kick-off the Art of the Assassins Art Exhibit Tour which featured myself along with four other great contemporary artist, below is my piece that i created along with a link to the video for the show, check it out.

Stay tuned and find out where the tour stops next!! Follow me @Arteknyc

Click Image Below to View The Video, Thank You!!