• Pulp Fiction

    A note on the cover: The creative process is one that comes full circle.  When Installation Magazine was first introduced to the world, we were in print.  We were fortunate enough that Hugh Holland’s photograph “The Spectators” appeared on the cover.  Several years ago, Mona Kuhn collaborated with The Billboard Creative and fell in love with […]

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  • Outside the Lines

    You’re never too old for a coloring book, especially one that features original works from influential contemporary artists like Keith Harring, Shepard Fairey and RISK.  Outside The Lines curated by Souris Hong-Porretta puts your art history knowledge to the test.  Get lost in every page of stencils, grab a set of crayons and put your own […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 27, 2013
  • Artworks for the Cure

    In the spirit of the holidays,  Installation Magazine is proud to partner with the TJ Martell Foundation, the music industry’s largest foundation that funds innovative research to find the cure for cancer, leukemia and AIDS.  Each year the Foundation hosts Artworks for the Cure, an auction with an extensive roster of artists working in mediums like photography […]

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  • RISK’s Metallic Tissue at Fabien Castanier Gallery

    Installation first watched Los Angeles based street artist RISK create a tag before the opening of Artworks for the Cure.  His ability to transform paint from aerosol cans into delicate strokes and layers of color makes his work pop off the wall, canvas, or whatever surface he may be working on.   Installation had the opportunity to visit the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 1, 2013