07 May 2013
Notorious offender of all things art Cartrain returns with a provocative solo show THIS WAY UP. At age 20, Cartrain has been painting his iconic street art on the streets of London since he was 14. His artwork is collected by everyone from the rich & famous to the police officers and judges. In 2008 Damien Hirst attempted to prosecute Cartrain for creating a series of artworks that "infringed" Hirst's copyright.
06 May 2013
Junichi Tsuneoka was born and raised in Japan and, upon graduating Waseda University in Tokyo, arrived in the US at the end of the 20th Century. Being a graphic designer at Modern Dog Design Co. for six years really made a great impact on Junichi’s design career. Because of that experience, Junichi established a style often recognized as “California Roll Stylie,” the result of both a visual and conceptual fusion of Japanese pop culture and American urban culture.
29 April 2013
On April 17 the Casa dell'Architettura in Rome will inaugurate "Cave of Tales", a room created by street artist and illustrator Alice Pasquini for the first year anniversary of the -1 Gallery. Alice's work, which recalls a prehistoric grotto from the third century, makes its appearance in the "underground" at the Casa dell'Architettura, which is housed in the former Rome aquarium. The space was previously painted by artists Lucamaleonte, Diamond, Omino71, and Mr. Klevra.
18 April 2013
The WEIRD x Neo Collective. We have a sugar deal with the fantastic WEIRD Crew and feature every month the highlights of the WEIRD Crew roadtrip all around the globe. Our monthly posts are the output of the last month and our friends are really damn busy, so we decide to give them an own catergory on the Neo Collective to have a great archive later. big up!!!
16 April 2013
The Smallest Heart’s Desire references the scale of the paintings themselves, as well as the narrative explored throughout. In my most recent (previous) solo exhibition, I took a conceptual look at misanthropy, and with these works, I continue this journey: the smallest heart is a metaphor for my own shortcomings and the process I have taken, and continue to take, toward resolution. The eponymous desire refers to that pursuit toward fulfillment so relevant and specific to each of us.
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