• “CHATEAU REBELS” Part Two

    In the days before the opening of “CHATEAU REBELS” at 4AM Gallery in the Pacific Design Center, Gregory Siff and Louis Cannizzarro AKA LouisXXX  sit on bended knees in front of the gallery.  Gregory opens a bag of markers of various thickness and color, but mainly pink and black and lines them up against the glass wall.  In […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 10, 2015
  • Batia Shani at VOLTA11

    Batia Shani represented by Tamar Dresden Art Projects creates the site-specific installation Tissue.  The Hebrew word “rikma’”references this and translates to “needlework”, which the artist has been doing since she was a child.  The installation reflects the ongoing political instability in the Middle East.  By combining gendered outfits — male army uniform scraps stitched into handmade […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 14, 2015
  • 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
  • The ATL Twins x Rochambeau

    With a pop- up solo exhibition Tales from Hood, a collection of paintings inspired by their childhood in Chattanooga the duo are now a driving force in the art world.  Brothers Sidney and Thurman Sewell (aka The ATL Twins), are consummate collaborators and are celebrating their second project with fashion house Rochambeau.  Founded in 2007 […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments October 31, 2014
  • Sia, Daniel Askill, Ryan Heffington and Maddie Ziegler Elevate Chandeliers

    “Chandelier” marks the first promotional single from Sia, the Australian singer/songwriter’s upcoming studio album, “1000 Forms of Fear.” The poignant songwriting by Sia and Jesse Shatkin setup an environment for emotional exploration expected from talents that have written #1 singles over and over again. While we may have had “Chandelier” on repeat in the office over […]

    Garet Field-Sells 0 Comments May 7, 2014
  • Alana Dee Haynes: Woven with Ink

    Through a sequence of intricate gestures, Alana Dee Haynes transforms photographs with delicate pen strokes.  A collection of photographs serves as the artist’s canvas to explore the human form and opportunity to apply texture. UNTITLED I had been experimenting with lace patterns for a few weeks when I came across this series of double exposure […]

    Alanda dee Haynes 0 Comments July 5, 2013