Parra is one of my favorite artists, but I've never gotten the chance to see his work in person (other than Kidrobot's Pierced, that is). Being located in the Netherlands is probably the biggest contributor to his relatively sparse presence on the East Coast. But the Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC will be opening No Work Today, the gallery's first solo exhibition, on November 17. As opposed to his typographical illustrations this collection features several new acrylic paintings by Parra, who is known for depicting curvy, surrealistic ladies, often with bird beaks. Be at the gallery from 6PM on opening night for the reception.
Monday, October 31, 2016 - 11:27amI don't think I need to explain why Coarse Toys have garnered a cult following. And the German duo's illustrations are just as alluring as their toys.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016 - 4:01pmBarbie, Boglins, Masters of the Universe, Polly Pocket... Unless you were raised by wolves, Mattel had a bit impact on your childhood. As a toy manufacturer and distributor, the company has been sparking the imaginations of kids for 70 years.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 3:05pmTokyo-born and Brooklyn-based artist Aya Kakeda will be holding a solo exhibition of her ceramic works at AG Gallery in Brooklyn. Aya will be visiting for the opening night on October 8, from 6PM-8PM.