Thank you to our friends over at Arrested Motion for covering the “The New Vanguard” at Lancaster Museum of Art and History.
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As part of this event, the museum collaborated with Thinkspace Gallery to present murals and installations inside by Alex Yanes, Bumblebeelovesyou, Meggs, and Yoskay Yamamoto (seen above) as well as The New Vanguard, a group exhibition in the South Gallery featuring works from the artists listed below. – Arrested Motion
View all available works from “The New Vanguard” on the Thinkspace Gallery website : http://thinkspacegallery.com/shows/the-lancaster-museum-of-art-and-history-moah/show-pieces/
POW! WOW! is coming to Long Beach as seen on Arrested Motion. Its signature is littered across Long Beach on sites of the upcoming murals, and Arrested Motion is already starting the scavenger hunt sharing the blank walls. This week July 11th to July 17th, the artists will bring their unique point of view to Long Beach, as we lead up to Vitality & Verve: In The Third Dimension at the Long Beach Museum of Art opening Saturday, July 16th. Jump on over to Arrested Motion for a peak at all the sites of that will go from blah to breathtaking during Pow! Wow! Long Beach.
Back for a second year, POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016 will be kicking off soon, running from July 11-17. Painting larger and more walls this year in the Southern California beach city, this year’s event will feature murals from 123Klan, Aaron Li-Hill, Andrew Hem, Brendan Monroe, Cinta Vidal, Dave Van Patten, Defer, Dragon76, Edwin Ushiro, Ernest Zacharevic, Evah Fan, Felipe Pantone, Gail Werner, Gary Musgrave, Hitozuki, Hula, James Molina, James Haunt, Jeff McMillan, Kaplan Bunce, Karshink, Mr44, OG23, OG Slick, Pantonio, Sarah Joncas, Sket One, Telmo Miel, and Yoskay Yamamoto – Arrested Motion
Our friends over at Arrested Motion posted a preview of Jim Houser & Jeremy Fish’s new works. View the teaser preview on their website.
they have both evolved their work to include dimensionality with Houser adding paraphernalia and installations to further expand his visual language and iconography, while Fish has included sculptural works as well as custom framing. – Arrested Motion
Arrested Motion stopped by the opening of Curiot’s Act 1: Warped Passage, jump over to their website to see the full story.
“Although still heavily inspired by Mexican folklore, handicraft traditions, textiles, and patterns, the new works are stepping further towards a futuristic, sci-fi feel. Pushing the mythological and surreal to new limits, the fresh vibrant works are simultaneously ancient and contemporary, often bordering with abstraction.” – Arrested Motion
Arrested Motion is excited for James Bullough’s upcoming exhibition “Breaking Point” opening this Saturday, May 28th at Thinkspace Gallery. Check out their preview of James Bullough new work on their website.
“Entitled Breaking Point, the paintings represent four months of work for the Berlin-based artist and feature his signature glitchy fragmented aesthetic of portraiture” – Arrested Motion