The zodiac collection is about time, zodiac signs, creepy animals and as Jeremy Fish says, “making sure you don’t run around topless.” Donning any of these twelve tees gives you the knowledge that the colors and symbolism used in each t-shirt design have been specifically chosen by Jeremy based on the mythos behind each astrological sign – and also lets potential love interests know exactly what kind of party you prefer. All twelve tees are available in men’s and women’s sizing.
Alongside the t-shirts is the superFishal ‘It Was a Very Good Year’ 2011 Calendar. This 12-month accordion-style calendar has each month marked by images of Jeremy’s surreal creations taken from their original screen-prints – the calendar comes with a self-supporting stand and slipcase. The t-shirts and calendar are available at all Upper Playground retail locations and online at the Upper Playground Web Store.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Friday, January 14, 7-10 p.m.
Opening Friday, January 14, THIS los angeles and Monster Children magazine host Fierce, a solo exhibition featuring original works by Australian graffiti and street artist Anthony Lister. Fierce debuted this past December during Art Basel at a pop-up gallery space in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. The exhibition will make a special one-night appearance in Los Angeles at THIS los angeles in Highland Park, and works on view include 11 wood panels, five large canvases and more than two-dozen masks. Prices start at $400 for masks. For a full list of available works, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The opening reception takes place on January 14, 7-10 p.m. at THIS Los Angeles, 5906 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042. The reception is free and features a DJ and an open bar.
CHRISTINA RAY is pleased to present Self-Assembling MP, an exhibition of new work by Darlene Charneco. In a series of new mixed media pieces, jewel-toned and resin-coated surfaces enclose dreamlike habitats or ”memory palaces” where emergent awareness is networked and universally accessible.
When: Thursday, January 13, 2011 At 07:00 PM
Where: CHRISTINA RAY 30 Grand Street, Ground Floor New York NY 10013
EVER GOLD GALLERY will be closed until February 3rd 2011 while their first Biyearly residency program is in process.
Ever Gold Gallery
441 O’Farrell St.
SF, CA, 94102
The Seattle Art Museum is excited to present a landmark exhibition of the work of Pablo Picasso (1881–1973), arguably the most radical and influential artist of the 20th century. The works in this exhibition come from Picasso’s personal collection—works of art the highly self-aware artist kept for himself with the intent of shaping his own artistic legacy. Drawn from the collection of the Musée National Picasso in Paris—the largest and most important repository of the artist’s work in the world—the exhibition will feature work representing every major period from the artist’s prolific output over eight decades.
The exhibit runs until January 16th, I have yet to go and will be doing so before it’s up!
International art fair ART Stage Singapore concentrates on the art scene in the Asia Pacific. ART Stage features over 120 contemporary and modern art galleries from 26 countries and contrasts Asia Pacific art with Western art galleries. Supported by various government agencies, ART Stage aims to secure Singapore’s position as both a vibrant city and as leading arts destination on an international scale. In addition to showcasing works by up-and-coming as well as established artists, educational programs, special lectures and panel discussions by key figures in the art world will be held throughout the duration of the fair which is open to the public from January 13th through the 16th.
Miss Van will once again exhibit a melancholic collection of paintings. As always women are the center of attention. By adding a generous dose of coquetry and mischief to the ingredients of her work, she manages to bring out all the glamour, sensuality and sparkle of the female characters she has created. This exhibit celebrates the femininity or should we say felinity of women in an almost erotic way. Her previous series were a mix of bright, warm colors, whereas here, she has chosen to play with black and white contrasts, with sophisticated white faces balanced delicately on dark almost shadowy bodies. The ensemble is therefore far darker, allowing Miss Van’s dolls to trouble us evermore.
From 16 December, 2010 to 16 January, 2011
Opening 16 December, 2010 from 11am to 11pm
18 Gallery Shanghai
Bund18, 18 Zhongshan East Road (E1), 4F
“Jesus was a Jaguar” New paintings and drawings by Obi Kaufmann at Hotel Biron. Savage Angels from the Filthy Jungle.
When: Thursday, January 13, 2011 At 07:00 PM
Where: Hotel Biron Hotel Biron 45 Rose Street San Francisco
Bitches Brew at Park Life Gallery. New Works from: Aiyana Udesen, Hellen Jo, Kelly Tunstall, Marci Washington, Rebecca Ebeling.
Jan 14th – Feb 11th, 2011
Opening Reception Friday Jan 14th 7pm – 10 pm
Special Musical performance by the Wax Idols
220 Clement st (x4th ave)
SF CA 94118
- Art Radar: 01.21.10
- Art Openings in SF this Thursday
- M.I.S.S. Paper Dolls @ FIFTY24LA: Kime Buzzelli
- Art Radar 10.01.09
- M.I.S.S. Paper Dolls @ FIFTY24LA: Shin Tanaka