I walked into the ICN Gallery while I was in London. When I showed them my business card that says The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic, they asked me if I could wait for the artist on view, Mai Miyake, to return in a few minutes. In the meantime they [read more...]
Where the corners of the bicycle world and the art world touch you get Tokyobike. Their store in Shoreditch sells everything the hip bike enthusiast needs from home good to new wheels. I popped my head in because I saw an artist painting a white frame from the window. [read more...]
JAUS Gallery is one of the most wonderful spaces in Los Angeles. It’s situated in a house just off of Sawtelle Blvd and it’s really a treasure of the city. For their exhibit at Co/Lab 2012, they shared a booth with Gallery Lara from Japan and together [read more...]
The reason I put three <3′s next to Eitoeiko gallery’s name is because it was definitely my favorite spot to go to in the whole of the Art Platform // co/lab fair. The gallery is based in Japan and featured the work of several artists, although I was most stoked [read more...]
As a special exhibition within Art Platform 2012, Whitestone Gallery presented works from the GUTAI art movement from Japan. The movement began in the late 1950s and a selection of its finest pieces were displayed nearby a solo showing of one of its founding member’s, Chiyu Uemae’s, paintings.