Wendell McShine’s new solo show, RACCOON’S LAW is described by the artist as the following:
“The Raccoon reminds one to take an introspective gaze into the mask being worn, within a delicate balance of give and take. Dramatically dusty charcoal drawings captivates a whimsical fantasy of control and freedom that lingers beyond our imagination.”
The show opens June 1st, 2013 at Fifty24SF Gallery, San Francisco. For more information please contact Trevor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a sneak peek from his studio as he prepares to install the show this week.
Upper Playground artist Herbert Baglione’s new solo exhibition titled OBITUARY opened in Mexico city at our Fifty24MX Gallery. The show includes new works by the Sao Paulo artist with unique hexagonal canvases (including some painted with his own blood), photos of Projecto Negro by Fabio Stachi and larger canvases in Herbert’s style of rendering bodies in motion, afloat with delicate details of intricate and mystical objects that surround and warp them.
Upper Playground artist Herbert Baglione collects his own blood to paint new bodies of work for his solo show in Mexico City titled, OBITUARY. Show opened May 18th, 2013 and will continue to exhibit for the rest of the month at Fifty24MX Gallery.
A few months ago, David Choe left a note for Herbert Baglione two stories above the ground. Herbert who is currently in Mexico city for the occasion of his solo show, OBITUARY at Fifty24MX responded in kind and their long distance collaboration turned out like this:
Upper playground artist, Herbert Baglione is currently in Mexico city setting up his next exhibition at Fifty24MX called ‘Obituary’. Opens this coming Saturday, May 18th, 1PM. Here are some previews of the show:
A new mural from Mexico City-based SANER, who showed with us at FIFTY24SF Gallery earlier this Spring. The work was done for the Callegenera Festival in Monterrey, México, and the content reflects the Mexican presidential elections. (All photography by Elza Reza).
Escif, who showed at FIFTY24SF Gallery with San in the summer of 2011, has been down in Mexico City for All City Canvas, and of course, is painting some politically-charged works. This huge public piece was painting on the side of the famous Chihuahua building, the site of the TLATELOLCO Massacre of 1968, where over 300 students and protestors were murdered, 10 days before the Olympics, by the Army… this piece is a subtle nod to that event.
Mexico City is the place to be. That is why we are spending our first week of May with our friends at FIFTY24MX Gallery as they are set to produce the heavy-hitting international street art festival, All City Canvas. For those of you who are not going to see the streets of Mexico City this week, we are going to bring the streets to you with a Mexican pop-culture micro collection: No Toque by Morning Breath featuring the iconic mini-guitar, the Luchador Familia by Dustin Canalin featuring the every day Lucha Libra family portrait, and Canalin’s Natually Flavored with traditional Mexican fruit soda pop. Kind of like being there in Mexico City this week.