Arrested Motion posted a great preview of Esao Andrews work for the upcoming “The Gilded Age” exhibition, opening next Saturday, September 12th. Make sure to hope on over to Arrested Motion for additional photos and sign up for a our newsletter for the full preview coming out this week.
Thinkspace Gallery will be opening up an epic joint exhibition from Esao Andrews, Aaron Horkey, and Joao Ruas entitled The Gilded Age. With such gifted artists showing together, each has pushed the others to create some of their best output yet.
‘Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape’ has been receiving great press over the last few weeks. People have been dropping in for previews of the work and interviewing the talented artists transforming Long Beach Museum of Art. Here is our roundup of “Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape’ press.
AM: Are there any other artists that you think would make good filmmakers that you could possibly make one of your protégés? MS: I would love for Todd Schorr to be given a bank of money to make an animated film. How brilliant and fucked up would that movie be?
Arrested Motion just posted their in-depth interview with emerging Canadian artistJacub Gagnon as he prepares to make the trip down to LA for his big ‘Elements and Oddities‘ show which opens this Saturday alongside new works from Japan’s Yosuke Ueno.
“I feel as though there is more to life than we know and this will always be so. I think there are connections and streams of consciousness tying us together in unimaginable ways. In my paintings I try to make these ‘unlikely’ connections, the unimaginable, imaginable, bringing what might seem like unconnected or unlikely paths of life together under a new light.”– Jacub Gagnon