• Darcy Yates for Intellectual Property Prints

    Intellectual Property Prints presents a new collaboration with Darcy Yates.  The limited edition screen print Outlaw Love, 2014 is now available.  There are 25 prints up for grabs,  so all of you collectors get a move on and purchase your own print.        

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments February 17, 2014
  • Sight: Moscot x The Ace Hotel

    Iconic New York City optical purveyor Moscot has teamed up with The Ace Hotel to create “The Ace,” Moscot’s most recent limited collection of custom sunglasses.  Representative of New York City’s classic downtown aesthetic, this collaboration incorporates Moscot’s vintage spirit with the unique industrial design of acetate and titanium.  Only 400 pairs of the frames were made, each sold […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 13, 2013
  • Intellectual Property Prints: We’re Not Making Posters Here– We’re Making Art

    “The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic” Daniel Rolnik curates THE PRINT POP COLLECTION the first pop-up in the 34-year history of the Venice Art Walk.  Visitors pay an admission fee for a wristband and a map that allows them to explore artists’ studios, take architectural tours and attend a silent auction.  On Sunday, May 19, […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 18, 2013
  • Robert Seidel: Handmade Shadows

    Through experimental film, video projection and installation, Berlin-based artist Robert Seidel brings dimension and life to abstraction.  The artist’s latest installation Tearing Shadows just concluded at 401contemporary in Berlin.  Seidel is now preparing his first permanent installation Grapheme as part of a new wing for the Museum Wiesbaden. Installation Magazine: How did you arrive at video […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 11, 2013
  • The Young, The Crazy and The Lunatic

    Sarah Williams Co-founder of The Art Book Review asks “Why start an art magazine now?”  As a webzine that features reviews of art books written by a community of artists and writers, The Art Book Review proves that great content doesn’t need to be in print in order to have a voice. Just before we […]

    Sarah Williams 0 Comments May 11, 2013
  • Rob Tarbell: Smoke Screen

    Installation Magazine: Your new body of work Smoke employs a complex, unusual and sophisticated method of taming and painting with smoke.  How did you develop this technique to achieve this unusual effect? Rob Tarbell: The smoke technique began around 2005 with a few ideas coming together to form a what if moment.  The first idea was a […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 4, 2013