Beautiful Bizarre Magazine presents a brand new group show entitled Femme to Femme Fatale. Hosted by Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, the compelling collection features 60 pieces of artwork exploring the idea of the modern woman. “The beautiful.bizarre aesthetic is largely figurative and you will see many feminine faces and bodies, lives and experiences … Continue reading Beautiful Bizarre’s “Femme to Femme Fatale”

Nathan Spoor   Spoke Art San Francisco welcomes Nathan Spoor as a guest curator for Suggestivism: Resonance, a group show that includes over 40 international artists. Suggestivism is an art movement penned by Spoor that draws from deep imagination, drawing viewers into dreamlike worlds that tantalize our psyche.            “Curator Nathan Spoor … Continue reading Suggestivism: Resonance

Bay area artist Joel Daniel Phillips‘ is known for his large scale graphite and charcoal figure drawings. Over the years, Phillips has used his drawing talents to connect with the community around him and in his new series “Belongings” explores the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco. The City has grown in tensions in regards to the … Continue reading Joel Daniel Phillips “Belongings”

Brooklyn based painter Hanna Jaeun creates a beautiful sorrow in her newest series of work entitled “On Borrowed Time”. A narrative exploring the idea living past one’s expected time to die through whimsical images of animal-human hybrids takes you through a journey to the other side. “On Borrowed Time” opens at Arch Enemy Arts in … Continue reading Hanna Jaeun “On Borrowed Time”

 While in Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Attacks met New Haven, CT/New York City based painter Dave Thomas who was invited to show with Derek Gores Gallery at the Aqua art fair. Dave’s fingerprint paintings create a new level of texture and whimsy to the dynamic narratives he tells. Dave chatted with us about his work … Continue reading Fingerprint Painter Dave Thomas

Max Neutra is going through a period of transition. The painter who has been based in the Los Angeles area for the past 15 years has recently moved back to his hometown in New Mexico in preparation of his and his wife’s first child. In reflection of this temporary transitional period, Neutra created his series … Continue reading Max Neutra’s “Crossing The Sreams” @ C.A.V.E Gallery

“The fact that one day we will die has been governing both our internal behavior and our interactions with society throughout all time, since the advent of self-awareness” The artist Jesse Draxler says this in regards to the title of his solo show at Booth Gallery in New York City. The name “Terror Management™” comes from the … Continue reading Jesse Draxler’s “Terror Management” @ Booth Gallery

While in Miami Beach for the madness that is Art Basel week, Art Attacks caught up with collage artist Derek Gores at Aqua Art Fair. His brick and mortar space, Derek Gores Gallery, had a room at the Aqua Hotel and hosted not only his personal work but, that of assemblage artist David Burton, finger-print painter … Continue reading Chat w/ Derek Gores at Aqua Art Miami

Bay Area street artist Cannon Dill departs from his outside walls to those inside Spoke Art in San Francisco for “In My Own Time”. The solo show consisting of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, are a collection of iconography reflecting Dill’s personal growth. His signature line and pattern work are highlighted with a simplistic … Continue reading Cannon Dill – “In My Own Time”

Ryan Hewett In life and business, one needs to grow. That’s no different in the art world. Master tattoo artist Paul Booth is not only known for his ink talents but, also his Manhattan based art gallery, Last Rites. After years of growing his space into what it is today, Booth wanted to expand his … Continue reading Booth Gallery Debuts with “Second Sight” Exhibition