Nosego is currently featured in the latest issue of Art Scene, a monthly digest to art in Southern California. Luckily, we conveniently carry Art Scene at Thinkspace Gallery. Stop by and pick up one up while visiting Nosegos’ current exhibition ‘Along Infinite River’.
Visit Visual Art Source for the digital article.
Arrested Motion stopped in on the opening night of Nosego’s ‘Along Infinite River’ and took some fun fresh pics. Check them out on their website.
Philadelphia-base artist unveiled a collection of new vibrant paintings that put his surreal hybrids of different creatures and landscapes on display.
Hi-Fructose’s coverage of Nosego’s ‘Along Infinite River’ is insightful into the work and the artists. Check out the full story on their website now.
Animals in Nosego’s work also hold emotional symbolism for the artist, who uses them as motifs to express his different feelings. When transmuted together, they also come to represent the never-ending connectivity that can be found within nature.
Drew Leshko, currently showing new work in the Thinkspace Gallery office, has been receiving lots of great press across the internet. Here is a quick round up of links to more stories on Drew Leshko. Make sure to take a look at our interview with Drew where he goes into great detail over his process to create his miniature dumpster sculptures.
Beautiful Decay / ‘Drew Leshko’s Miniature Buildings Are A Study Of Neighborhood Gentrification‘
Dangerous Minds / ‘Miniature Recreations of Philadelphia’s Vanishing Urban Artifacts‘
Design Blendz / ‘Miniature Philadelphia‘
Hi-Fructose / ‘Drew Leshko Preserves Daily Urban Life in Paper Sculptures‘
89.1 WBOI in Indiana interviewed ‘Invisible College‘ co-curator Josef Zimmerman and artist Andrew Schoultz to discuss the upcoming exhibition at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The three-minute segment touches on ‘new contemporary’ arts’ place in the traditional art world and how artists are developing outside white walls. Please visit WBOI website to listen to the full segment.
But a new exhibit at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art is blurring those lines – bringing traditional public and street art inside its walls. “Invisible College” includes pieces from all over the world, and five original murals painted right inside the museum.