• André “3000” Benjamin + SCAD at Art Basel Miami

    “Sophistafunk, aristocrats Distinguished stars, clean up your acts Pull up your pants, ladies and gents Please, act like you got some sense” -Outkast, Behold A Lady (2003)  Rare is the moment when a musician (specifically within the realms of Pop, Rap, R&B, and Rock) effectively crosses over into the wilds of Contemporary art without either […]

    Shana Beth Mason 0 Comments December 22, 2014
  • Chinook Arc : A Social Catalyst

    Joe O’Connell founder of Creative Machines, a collective of artists, engineers and craftsman based in Tucson, Arizona discusses his latest installation in Canada. Featured video: Visitors can control the sculpture’s 48 lights through a custom-designed optical sensor.  The sensor allows people to change light sequences effectively turning the entire sculpture into a low-resolution screen that reproduces […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 3, 2014
  • The Continuing Puzzle of Frieze London

    In the increasingly competitive field of Installation art, having a booth at one of the three incarnations of the Frieze Art Fair (be it Frieze London, Frieze NY, or Frieze Masters) becomes a game of consistent reinvention.  Galleries are faced with the challenge of presenting dynamic, elevated pieces without showing the same work twice.  There […]

    Shana Beth Mason 0 Comments October 27, 2014
  • GalleryLOG: Faces of Art

    Installation was first introduced to GalleryLOG upon our arrival in Manhattan as we accepted the tremendous invitation to act as the main media partner for VOLTA NY.  Before the hum drum of the fair began and the doors were officially opened to the public there was a moment of calm before the roar.  As the early […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments August 27, 2014
  • Los Angeles Street Art Grid

    While Art in the Streets at Geffen Contemporary MOCA has recently cast a national spotlight on what was once an underground world of street and graffiti art, Known Gallery has cultivated and exhibited works from those very artists all along, including influential artists RETNA, SABER and REVOK.  Giving street artists a voice and space to […]

    KnownGallery 0 Comments August 1, 2014
  • Lisa Adams: As It Appears To Be

    Join Los Angeles artist Lisa Adams and filmmaker Juri Koll for the special one-night premiere of Lisa Adams:  As it Appears to Be today Friday, June 6.  The Crest Theater will present an exclusive screening of the film at 8pm in Westwood, just blocks away from the Hammer Museum.  Purchase your tickets to the limited engagement now.  Discover an […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 3, 2014