February 26, 2013
SIZE MATTERS: KAWS IN PANEL DISCUSSION AT FIT, NYC
Size Matters brings together a distinguished art-world panel to discuss the current trend of large-scale projects with popular appeal in art, and its impact on audience expectations, artistic practice, curating, and the contemporary art market.
Moderated by Hrag Vartanian with KAWS, Gavin Brown, Peter Halley, and Roberta Smith.
Tuesday February 26, 7pm
Katie Murphy Ampitheater, Pomerantz Art and Design Center, NYC
Fashion Institute of Technology
November 28, 2012
KAWS and Gardar Eide Einarsson in Re.Start
In response to the devastating effects of hurricane Sandy on the arts in New York, Paddle8 has teamed up with Creative Time and New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) to hold RE.START, an online auction benefiting artists and arts organizations affected by the storm.
November 27 - December 11, 2012
November 19, 2012
KAWS in Gallerist NY
KAWS Brings His 'Companion' Over for Thanksgiving
By Michael H. Miller
November 19, 2012
Making a float for the Macy's parade puts KAWS in good company. The event's so-called Blue Sky Gallery series has included Jeff Koons (a giant shiny rabbit) and Takashi Murakami, who famously danced around on his float in a plush flower costume. In a way, a giant balloon floating down Avenue of the Americas could be considered the most literal form of street art. And the gloomy Companion taking his place alongside Pikachu and Sonic the Hedgehog on national television is a disruption on a larger scale than defacing a Calvin Klein ad. KAWS has come a long way from Jersey City, but he's also getting back to his roots.
November 19, 2012
November 08, 2012
KAWS at Independent Curators International 2012 Benefit Auction
ICI's Annual Auction is here! Join the excitement of the Live Auction at the Benefit on Monday, November 19, led by Alexander Rotter, Senior Vice President, Head of Department of Contemporary Art at Sotheby's New York.
Independent Curators International (ICI) produces traveling exhibitions, events, publications, and training opportunities for diverse audiences around the world. Established in 1975 and headquartered in New York, ICI is a hub that provides access to the people and practices that are key to current developments in the field, inspiring fresh ways of seeing and contextualizing contemporary art.
ICI Benefit Auction
October 31, 2012
KAWS at Emmanuel Perrotin
KAWS is many things to many audiences. He is an artist, a collector, a designer, a brand, a celebrity, and an entrepreneur. These multiple identities, which are both autonomous and interdependent at the same time, point toward an interconnectedness in contemporary culture between real and virtual worlds, between the personal and the public – art, technology, life and the seamless relationship between and among them in the era of social media. Boundaries between people, places, and things today are fluid and porous giving rise to a new visual language that facilitates a dynamic social and cultural exchange. KAWS speaks this language, incorporating familiar images in his work, which in their different permutations function as a multiplicity of signs and symbols that communicate all at once something new and strange.
November 3 - December 22, 2012
76 Rue de Turenne 75003 Paris
October 25, 2012
KAWS in The Wall Street Journal
Up in the Air
By Howie Kahn
October 25, 2012
What makes Donnelly uniquely appealing to Macy's is the fact that he's a world-renowned artist with a cult following as a toy maker. In Tokyo, where his clothing line, OriginalFake, has a flagship store, collectors line up for new KAWS releases, which also sell out in a matter of hours on the Internet. "I get hate mail," says Donnelly, "because they sell out so fast." Donnelly issued his first limited-edition figurine in 1999 in collaboration with a Japanese collectible line called Bounty Hunter. "When the idea first came up," says Donnelly, "I'd never made my work in 3-D. But I always wanted to do sculpture, and I was looking at Claes Oldenburg and H.C. Westermann, all these editions they were doing, and it's just a world I wanted to get into. After making that first toy, it was eight inches tall, but in my head, it was like I'd just made a building or a boat." Its name was Companion. Its body bulged and bent, arms akimbo, and atop its vinyl shoulders sat an oversize skull and crossbones for a head. There were Xs slashed over the eyes and the recognizably Disneyesque gloves. As with his advertising interventions, the gesture seemed more intimate and knowing than mocking.
The Wall Street Journal
October 25, 2012
September 05, 2012
KAWS in PAPERMAG
The Cult of KAWS
By Peter Davis
August 20, 2012
In an age where cultural figures are supposed to be somewhat larger than life, and when bad boys (and girls) still get props for their antics, KAWS is perhaps the most unlikely of art stars imaginable. Neither lacking in ambition or vision, KAWS remains uncannily modest and reserved in a way that borders on shy. But when asked about the bizarre discontinuity between the almost hermit-like workaholic and the renown by which just about anything he does sets social media a-twitter, KAWS is not just being coy when he says, "I know the work is getting out there beyond my studio and that I have a lot of opportunities at the moment, but I don't really think about it a lot."
August 20, 2012
May 23, 2012
KAWS to produce balloon for 2012 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
In November, KAWS will create a balloon for the 2012 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. Translating one of the characters KAWS has developed over the past years, COMPANION, into a monumental inflatable sculpture, KAWS joins a list of artists that includes Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami, and Tim Burton, who have produced works for the parade in the past.
You can read more about this project in Carol Vogel's recent NY Times article here.
May 22, 2012
KAWS exhibition news
KAWS: DOWN TIME at High Museum of Art extended through July 29, 2012
High Museum of Art
4469 Stella Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30327
KAWS: Nature of Need, currently on view at Galerie Perrotin
May 15 - June 30, 2012
Hong Kong 50 Connaught Road
KAWS exhibition at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts slated for Spring 2013
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
118 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
May 08, 2012
KAWS and Erik Parker included in the 2012 White Columns Benefit Exhibition and Auction
KAWS and Erik Parker are included in the 2012 White Columns Benefit Exhibition and Auction, featuring artwork by over 80 artists to support White Columns. All artwork will be on view at White Columns from April 28 – May 12.
320 West 13th St.
New York, NY 10014
February 18, 2012
KAWS at High Museum of Art Atlanta
The High Museum of Art will premiere a major multi-site exhibition of work by KAWS opening to the public on February 18, 2012. The exhibition features a 22-foot-high, site-specific mural painted in the Margaretta Taylor Lobby of the High's Wieland Pavilion and a 24-foot-long triptych hung in the Museum's Robinson Atrium. In addition, the exhibition will include three new major works including a grid of 27 round paintings, a group of KAWS toys, drawings, and a collaborative project with British Photographer David Sims.
KAWS: DOWN TIME
High Museum of Art Atlanta
February 18 - May 20, 2012
February 12, 2012
KAWS in ARTnews
KAWS and Effect
By Lamar Clarkson
On the plaza outside Atlanta's High Museum of Art, a
6-foot-tall fiberglass Mickey Mouse slouches, his face
pitched forward into a pair of white-gloved hands. But
this isn't thefamiliar Disney character. With X's on his
hands and bulbous crossbones protruding from his head,
the figure in Companion (Passing Through), 2010, is a
harassed-looking version of Mickey, and he seems to be
having an existential moment.
February, 2012 Issue
November 18, 2011
KAWS at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
KAWS is the subject of the first Focus exhibition for the 2011–2012 season. KAWS's vast body of work includes graffiti (early in his career), murals, paintings, and sculpture. Following along the continuum of Pop art, his work critiques contemporary consumer culture, blurring the boundaries between it and the art world. Building an artistic language, which includes altered forms of familiar animated characters, such as Mickey Mouse, the Michelin Man, and SpongeBob SquarePants, his cartoonlike hybrids are often depicted in various states of the human condition.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
December 11, 2011 - February 19, 2012
November 08, 2011
Kaws in Hypebeast
KAWS x HARBOUR CITY x AllRightsReserved "Santa Cross is Coming to City" Tote Bag
By Chris Danforth
To follow up on the "Passing Through" exhibition at HARBOUR CITY, the well-known Hong Kong shopping center has teamed up with KAWS and AllRightsReserved on this "Santa Cross is Coming to City" Tote Bag. The bag boasts a bold design featuring playful beard and boots being worn by the easily recognizable Companion figure; complete with a wrapped present under one arm. Two colorways will be available in this tote bag, which is sure to resonate equally with fans of KAWS and AllRightsReserved. The bag will be available for redemption at Harbour City between December 17 and 18 with purchases exceeding $2,000 HKD
November 08, 2011
KAWS in Dallas Art News
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Presents FOCUS: KAWS
November 8, 2011
Exhibition dates: December 11, 2011 - February 19, 2012
The work of Brooklyn-based artist Brian Donnelly, who makes his art under the moniker "KAWS," is the subject of the first Focus exhibition for the 2011-2012 season. KAWS began his career as a graffiti writer in his hometown of Jersey City. By the time he entered the School of Visual Arts in New York to study illustration he had already developed an underground following. His painted-on interventions to ads in and around Manhattan were widely collected by aficionados of "street art." His moniker, KAWS, also became well known through his street tags and explosive murals on billboards and trains.
October 05, 2011
KAWS in House Magazine
House Magazine Issue 18 Autumn 2011
Born in 1974 in New Jersey, KAWS studied at the school of visual arts in New York. He has had solo exhibits The Aldrich contemporary art museum, Connecticuit, Galerie Perrotin in Paris, and Galeria Javier Lopez in Madrid. He has been included in group exhibitions at MOCA in Los Angeles, Torrance art Museum, the Orange County Museum of Art, YBCA in San Francisco, and the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. So far, he has had four monographs published of his work, the most recent in 2010 by Skira/Rizzoli.
September 29, 2011
KAWS in Art Observed
LOS ANGELES: KAWS AT HONOR FRASER THROUGH OCTOBER
By M. Hoetger
September 29, 2011
Amid a crowded fall season in Los Angeles, Honor Fraser hosts "Hold the Line," the newest show of works by New-York based media and urban culture phenomenonKAWS. Dubbed an "art entrepreneur," Brian Donnelly, a.k.a. KAWS, has created an industry around his troupe of animated characters.
September 20, 2011
KAWS in Artlog
Artlog's Fall Art Guide: Los Angeles Edition
Artlog, in partnership with Société Perrier, has the guide to the best of the fall gallery season in neighborhoods across Los Angeles. You'll find background information on the shows and recommendations for the city's top museum exhibitions, fall events, and places to eat and drink along the way. This is the second in an ongoing series of fall guides.
This fall, LA is making its case as a first-class art world hub, and our guide includes dozens of shows like Robert Therrien at Gagosian, Andrea Zittel at Regen Projects, KAWS at Honor Fraser Gallery, Richard Jackson at David Kordansky, Robert Irwin at L&M, and José Parla at Oh Wow. On October 1st, the Getty launches Pacific Standard Time, one of the most ambitious museum initiatives we've seen in years. Sixty institutions across Southern California will celebrate every major LA art movement from 1945-80. The art fairs have followed suit and on September 30th will launch a major fair weekend in LA, led by PULSE LA and the MMPI/Armory Fair's Art Platform LA. Artlog and Grey Area also join the movement westward with a pop-up shop alongside PULSE at LA Live.
September 20, 2011
KAWS in the Warholian
KAWS Circular Works "Hold The Line" At Honor Fraser Gallery
By Keisha Raines
The road from graffiti to commercial success is not an easy route, street artists don't always receive the respct and recognition the deserve. However, KAWS not only deserves it, his work commands it.
New York based, KAWS became infamous by subverting imagery on billboards, bus shelters and phone booth advertisements. Instead of treating the add space as a blank canvas, KAWS would incorporate the imagery into his own message. Seizing commercial messages and altering it to reflect his own is now a staple in KAWS' work. His role in street art earned him a spot in MOCA's Art in the Streets.
September 14, 2011
KAWS in Hi Fructose
KAWS 'Hold the Line' at Honor Fraser
This past weekend saw the highly anticipated new show, 'Hold the Line' by street artist and media darling KAWS at Honor Fraser in Los Angeles. Featuring a diverse range of small to large paintings and sculpture, 'Hold the Line' presents a vividly bright cartoon world of animation and X's...
September 14, 2011
KAWS in Flavorwire
10 Must-See Fall Art Shows from Cities Around the World
By Paul Laster
A graffiti artist, painter, illustrator, sculptor, toymaker, and product designer, Brian Donnelly, aka KAWS, made his name altering public advertisements with X-eyed, skull-and-crossboned, spermazoidal characters, before turning his talents to editorial collaborations, collectible toy figures, design objects, and colorful canvases.
September 12, 2011
KAWS in ArtInfo
26 Questions for Street Artist KAWS
What project are you working on now?
I'm in L.A. installing an exhibition at Honor Fraser gallery titled "Hold the Line."
Read more: http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/38577/26-questions-for-steet-artist-kaws/
September 12, 2011
KAWS in Hypebeast
KAWS "Hold The Line" Exhibition @ Honor Fraser Recap
By Eugene Kan
KAWS's second solo exhibition took to Los Angeles's Honor Fraser encompassing both paintings and sculptures. Opening on Saturday night, the format saw a large number of circular tondo paintings become a central theme to the exhibition.
September 10, 2011
KAWS in Arrested Motion
Openings: KAWS – "Hold The Line" @ Honor Fraser
By Carlos Gonzalez
Just several hours ago, the Honor Fraser gallery finally unveiled the latest works by New York-based artist KAWS. This show, Hold The Line, marks his second return to the gallery (see 2009) and the artwork on display was more than enough to warrant the attention and interest this show had been garnering ever since it was first announced.
September 09, 2011
KAWS and Erik Parker in Complex
Gallery: A KAWS Retrospective
by Justin Korkidis
September 9, 2011
In honor of KAWS' upcoming Hold The Line exhibition at Honor Fraser, we take a look back at KAWS' prolific career by revisiting his works and by speaking to friend and collaborator, Erik Parker.
September 06, 2011
Kaws in ArtInfo
This week KAWS comes to Honor Fraser with his second solo show since joining the gallery. With a slew of new works including paintings and sculptures, he renders stylized versions of American animated characters like Spongebob Squarepants and Mickey Mouse.
August 20, 2011
Kaws and Robert Lazzarini in The Book of Skulls
The Book of Skulls, by Faye Dowling and published by
Laurence King in September 2011 features more than
150 examples of the use of skulls in contemporary culture;these include skulls from fine art, design, music and fashion. The book brings together iconic and original work from some of skull cultures most inspirational artists, designers and illustrators including Wes Lang, KAWS, Shepard Fairey, Chaz, Boroquez, Mirko Ilic, Ian Wright, French, Savage Pencil, Noah Scalin, Alastair Mackie, Nicola Bolla, Amy Sarkisan, Stephen Thompson, Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, and Mouse + Kelley.
August 19, 2011
KAWS and Erik Parker in New York CBS Local News
Pretty on the Inside
The Paul Kasmin Gallery hosts "Pretty on the Inside," a one-of-a-kind group exhibition that features seven amazing artists – Todd James, Tony Matelli, Peter Saul, Karl Wirsum, KAWS, Erik Parker, and Joyce Pensato. Many of the artists included in this project make ironic or subversive works, hijacking the language of cartoons and comics to both celebrate and criticize contemporary culture. Come check it out for yourself! Gallery is open until 6 p.m.
June 27, 2011
Erik Parker and KAWS in Whitewall
"Pretty on the Inside," an exhibition organized by Erik Parker and KAWS, opened June 23 at the Paul Kasmin Gallery, marking the first collaboration between the two artists. The show includes work by seven American artists: Todd James, KAWS, Tony Matelli, Erik Parker, Joyce Pensato, Peter Saul, and Karl Wirsum.
June 23, 2011
KAWS and Erik Parker at Paul Kasmin Gallery
Paul Kasmin Gallery presents the exhibition Pretty on the Inside, organized by Erik Parker and KAWS. This is the first time that the two artists have collaborated to organize an exhibition. Pretty on the Inside includes works in a range of media by seven American artists: Todd James, KAWS, Tony Matelli, Erik Parker, Joyce Pensato, Peter Saul, and Karl Wirsum. At first glance, these artworks challenge the viewer through their visual intensity, but upon closer inspection, they reveal an inner beauty. Many of the artists included make ironic or subversive works, hijacking the language of cartoons and comics to both celebrate and criticize contemporary culture.
June 22, 2011
Erik Parker and KAWS in Artnet
Jerry and Roberta (no last names needed, à la Sonny and Cher) made a buff entrance to the joyous opening of the group show "Pretty on the Inside" at Paul Kasmin Gallery last Thursday night. I say "buff" because the critical 2 were in fighting trim, wearing matching black motorcycle outfits, after ripping through Europe like contestants in "The Amazing Race."
June 22, 2011
KAWS in Dazed Digital Magazine
The graffiti artist known for his work in New York in the 90s takes on sculpture for a new global audience
Brian Donnelly aka KAWS has been a recognisable part of the New York art scene since the 1990s. His early painting work blurred the lines between graffiti, fine art, branding and commerce, affording him a global platform of collaborators with which to expand his mark commercially and artistically.
June 11, 2011
KAWS on Artnet
Brian Donnelly: KAWSCAPADES
by Rachel Corbett
June 11, 2011
Brian Donnelly, the global art-and-fashion sensation better known as KAWS, is represented by Galerie Perrotin in Paris and shows with Honor Fraser in Los Angeles, but hasn't had a New York gallery show since his 2008 debut at Gering & López.
June 07, 2011
KAWS at The Standard, NY
The Standard, New York is pleased to bring Companion (Passing Through), a touring work by international artist KAWS, to New York's Meatpacking District. The artist's largest public art installation to date, Companion (Passing Through) will be on display in The Standard's front plaza from June 7th through October, 2011.
June 07, 2011
KAWS in The New York Times Magazine
The KAWS Effect: KAWS
By Kathryn Branch
June 7, 2011
In the back of Brian Donnelly's studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, behind three wheeled, wooden work tables and neatly organized racks containing bottles of brightly colored acrylic paint, past an array of painted canvases in different shapes and sizes, hides a four-foot-tall sculpture of Mickey Mouse. Mickey has seen better days, apparently. He's gray. And his eyes are x-ed out, as if he just drank from a bottle labeled "Poison."
April 20, 2011
Kenny Scharf: Art in the Streets Draws a Traffic Jam of Fans
Art in the Streets, a history of street art and graffiti, is running at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Los Angeles, and recently held a party that featured the two aforementioned actors in tow. The exhibition, brought to you by MOCA director Jeffrey Deitch and co-curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, gives viewers a detailed and often entertaining historical timeline, as well as a healthy dose of artful eye candy showcasing installations by 50 artists, ranging from the always clandestine Bansky, to Brazilian twins Os Gemeos and Shepard "Hope" Fairey. The show is a visual rollercoaster of color, attitude and history from floor to ceiling – starting with tricked out cars by Kenny Scharf and the late Keith Haring.
April 15, 2011
Kenny Scharf and KAWS at MOCA
APRIL 17–AUGUST 8, 2011 / THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA
The Museum of Contemporary Art presents Art in the Streets, the first major U.S. museum exhibition of the history of graffiti and street art. The exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities where a unique visual language or attitude has evolved.
December 02, 2010
It Ain't Fair 2010 at OHWOW
Art Basel Miami Beach 2010
December 2 - December 5, 2010
Exhibition design by Rafael de Cárdenas
81 NE 40 Street / Miami Design District / FL / 33137
It Ain't Fair is the third edition of OHWOW's annual group exhibition, presented to coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach. Offering an alternative to the overwhelming mazes of art fair booths, It Ain't Fair will highlight a cogent selection of leading-edge art. From painting to performance, sculpture to sound, the exhibition delivers a comprehensive survey of emerging and established artists' most recent work. In addition, the exhibition will present special projects and programming, such as site-specific installations and video screenings. It Ain't Fair is exactly that – not a fair, but a multimedia production, providing a critical scope of contemporary art innovation.
November 20, 2010
KAWS Book Signing
Honor Fraser is pleased to announce that KAWS will be at the gallery Saturday, November 20th from 2pm to 4pm for a special book signing of his newly released catalogue KAWS, published by Skira Rizzoli.
KAWS is the first comprehensive survey of the artist's body of work and a vibrant look at the celebrated artist and designer we all know as KAWS. This volume accompanies the presentation by the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum of the artist's first solo museum exhibition. Both the exhibition and the publication have been conceived as a collaboration with the artist.
November 18, 2010
Alexandra Grant and KAWS in Angel Art Auction
A CONTEMPORARY ART AUCTION BENEFITTING PROJECT ANGEL FOOD
Thursday, November 18th, 2010/
7:00PM Cocktails & Viewing/
8:00PM Live Auction
Creative Artists Agency/
2000 Avenue of the Stars/
On view November 8th-18th
Works by artists Alexandra Grant and KAWS will be up for auction next week. Visit www.angelart.com for more information.
October 13, 2010
KAWS in SugiPOP!
Portsmouth Museum of Art:
October 13 - January 16, 2010
Anime, manga, comics, and the contemporary art inspired by them are Sugi — Japanese for "too much". This multi-media exhibition includes painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and original artwork used to make anime films and manga comics. SugiPOP! follows the origins and development of anime and manga style from the master Japanese printmakers of the 19th century Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Kuniyoshi, to todays innovators led by Takashi Murakami. Artists like Linkin Parks Mike Shinoda integrate influences from anime and manga, graffiti street art, and consumer culture to create the newest phenomenon this exhibition dubs: SugiPOP!.
October 06, 2010
KAWS, Robert Lazzarini and Kenny Scharf in STICKERS: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art
Stickers features approximately 4,000 stickers from the exploding, vibrant world of street art, DIY culture, music, and branding. Cheap, democratic, easy to tag, and not always fast to fade, the sticker has been an ever-present medium—from the New York and London underground punk scene to skate culture and political expression. Celebrating the graphics of this street-art medium, Stickers illustrates the timeline of this pastime, from counterculture to politics.
May 20, 2010
Tobey Maguire interviews KAWS in the May 2010 issue of Interview
The most recent issue of Interview Magazine features a six-page spread on KAWS and includes an interview with actor Tobey Maguire. Please see below for an excerpt and for the complete article, visit here.
The Williamsburg studio of the artist known as KAWS is neatly lined with racks of acrylic-paint bottles in primary colors and guarded by a cluster of standing toy collectibles—life-size 3-D comic book characters of his own design—like a platoon of robot children. By the window, there is a small-scale model of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, in Connecticut. KAWS, an unassuming, soft-spoken 35-year-old New Jersey native named Brian Donnelly, is plotting his first solo museum show at the Aldrich next month. It will serve as the unofficial grand induction to the institutionalized art world for the graffiti artist, painter, illustrator, sculptor, toymaker, and product designer. Yet KAWS has a long history outside of the white cube. His street-born cartoonish graphics—specifically spermatozoa-shaped figures with x-ed out eyes—have achieved a subcultural iconography. He has applied this KAWS signature to his street art, a clothing line, heroically outsize toys and sculptures, and countless cobranding ventures with labels like A Bathing Ape and Marc Jacobs...
February 18, 2010
KAWS at Galeria Javier Lopez
The Galería Javier López – Mário Sequeira is proud to present the eagerly awaited first solo exhibition in Spain by KAWS.
The largest work in the show, "Dead Wrong", builds upon the rectilinear sections of the other works, yet combines both characters. Here, space becomes disjointed, conveying a stronger sense of collaged imagery. The fragmentation suggests a recombining and reconfiguration of separate paintings into an overall visual assault. A diminutive set of Kawsbob's hands seem to pull the fabric of the canvas itself to cover his eyes from something imminent. The graphic Chum looms ominously in the background, rendered flat yet threatening.
The show runs through April 7th.
January 16, 2010
KAWS at the Torrance Art Museum
KAWS will feature in the Main Gallery of the Torrance Art Museum in the exhibit \"The Reflected Gaze.\" The show is curated by Max Presneill and includes artists Justin Bower, Chuck Close, Emily Counts, Ariel Erestingcol, Mark Greenwold, Julie Heffernan, Damien Hirst, Per Huttner, Tom LaDuke, Hung Liu, Jennifer Nehrbass, Gavin Nolan, Fahamu Pecou, Dane Picard, Frank Ryan, Peter Sudar, Terri Thomas, Holly Topping, Alexandra Wiesenfeld, Cindy Wright, and Liat Yossifor. The opening reception will be held on Saturday January 16th, 6 - 9pm. The exhibit will be up through February 20th.
Torrance Art Museum
3320 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, CA 90503
Phone: (310) 618-6340
Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-5pm
December 04, 2009
Tomoo Gokita, KAWS, and Erik Parker featured in STAGES at Art Basel Miami Beach
STAGES Miami will be open to the public at O.H.W.O.W. Gallery, from 4th to the 6th of December 2009. For more information regarding STAGES, please visit www.stages09.com or follow the twitter @stages_09.
888 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, FL 331132
Gallery hours: Fri-Sat, 12-8pm, Sun 12-6pm
July 17, 2009
STAGES is a group show that opens Friday, July 17th in Paris at Emmanuel Perrotin. Artists Rosson Crow, KAWS and Kenny Scharf participate in an exhibition put together by Lance Armstrong and NIKE. Proceeds from the show will help raise funds for the Lance Armstrong Cancer Foundation.
More information can be found at the website : http://www.stages09.com/
June 13, 2009
KAWS on Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood
CBS will air an updated version of the KAWS segment this Sunday June 14. Pending the interruption of an important news brief, the program will be on at 9AM, EST. This is your second chance to see an exclusive interview with the artist at his Brooklyn studio.
May 01, 2009
The New Yorkers
V1 Gallery in Copenhagen will be opening a group exhibition with a selection of New York artists and will feature work by Erik Parker and KAWS. Curated by Todd James. Show will run May 5- June 20, 2009. For more information please visit here.
January 10, 2009
KAWS has done the artwork for the new album by Kanye West titled 808s and Heartbreak. To view the billboard in Times Square for the new album please click here.