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

“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

French artist Lokhaan‘s interpretation of John Carpender’s ‘The Fog’   Our friends over at Yay! LA culture mag kick off the Halloween season with their annual “Yay! Horror Movie A Day!” sketch project. For the last two years Horror Movie A Day was a project created by illustrator Michael Ramstead who watched a horror movie everyday in … Continue reading Yay! LA Presents: Yay! Horror Movie A Day!

  Conceptual photographer Rebecca Handler recently teamed up with expressive painter Akira Beard to create the series “Psych Beauty”, a project channeling an era of vivid color and kaleidoscopic imagery reminiscent of a psychotropic lucid dream. Akira’s brush strokes come into being with Rebecca’s visual direction creating emotive silhouettes that emerge from clouds of color. … Continue reading Psych Beauty – Rebecca Handler & Akira Beard Collaboration

We had a chance to stop by Boy Kong‘s show FLESH and HONEY at Gitler & _____________ in Harlem NYC. Check it out!!

Take a look behind the scenes of our first ever curated show in Orlando Florida. Thanks to our co-collaborators and hosts – SNAP! Orlando and SNAP! Space hosting SNAP! ATTACKS! and it’s collection of amazing artists June 20th – August 9th. Thanks also to the hard working crew at Art Attacks for working with Snap! … Continue reading Snap! Attacks! Behind The Scenes!

Harajuku, Tokyo artist and designer Sebastian Masuda’s first exhibition in the United States is an environmental installation of his art work series “Colorful Rebellion”, an interpreted self-portrait of the artist. Seventh Nightmare divides Kianga Ellis Projects into seven “zones” representing the seven deadly sins. Tokyo Fashion writes: “For nineteen years, Harajuku’s iconic 6%DOKIDOKI boutique has been a key player … Continue reading Sebastian Masuda’s “Colorful Rebellion” at Kianga Ellis Projects

Lucien Shapiro is a maker of things. The Bay Area artist takes usually discarded objects and puts them all together to create ornate sculptures and masks to reflect personal emotions, struggles, and the routines to get through them all. By combining his creations into a visual narrative, Shapiro gives a unique experience to his work. … Continue reading Collection & Ritual: Lucien Shapiro