Ana Serrano

23 April 2009

Ana Serrano is a first generation Mexican American artist born in LA, and a recent graduate of Art Center College of Design.

Synth Eastwood

20 April 2009

Synth Eastwood is accepting submissions for their upcoming show in Dublin. The current brief is “HOMEMADE”. The show will be taking place on May 15, 2009. Closing date for entries is May 4. For a quick view of past shows, check out the reel.

Established in 2006 Synth Eastwood is a Dublin based music, art & technology group. Our aim is to present creative work from around the world in an atmosphere more akin to a gig than an exhibition. This is done by inviting artists of every field and level of experience to submit work based on a theme/brief we set. All relevant work is welcomed and exhibited at no cost* to the artist.

Karina Peterson

13 April 2009

Karina Peterson is a student from Denmark with beautiful experimental typography and design. Thanks for the link Karina!


Fascinating interview with Pipilotti Rist talking about her new exhibit at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in The Netherlands (open until 10 May 2009). Makes me wish I lived in that part of the world… if you do, go check it out! Thanks for the link Jorrit.

Cherri Wood

06 April 2009

Cheri Wood from Minnesota. Recent interview. Upcoming exhibit at thinkspace gallery in LA.

Muti Randolph

27 March 2009




Amazing installations by Muti Randolph.

Real Normal

17 March 2009





Real Normal is a group of SAIC students posting on a blog of the same name. They will be having a big show this Friday, called “Magic Carpet” and you really must go if you are in the Chicago area. Arend (who I’ve posted here before), Aylor, Bailey and Carson create smart, young and fresh work that walks this weird little line between irreverance and familiarity.

Magic Carpet
Sullivan Galleries
33 South State Street, 7th Floor

Opening Reception March 20th, 7pm – 10pm


17 March 2009

Jenny Holzer has a new exhibition which just opened at the Whitney in New York. PROTECT PROTECT is one of her largest exhibits in the US in over 15 years. I had a chance to see her work while it was here at the MCA Chicago, and it was quite a sight. There’s an interesting interview with Holzer about the exhibit at New York Press.

Andreas Nicolas Fischer

02 March 2009

Andreas Nicolas Fischer is a Berlin-based artist. He works with data, sculpture and code.

Photographs by Corey Arnold

Reception with the artist Thursday, February 26, 2009  6-8 pm
Sara Tecchia Roma New York

529 West 20th Street,  212-741-2900