Solo Exhibit

Guns and Ecstasy by Scott Hove
Between wedding cakes bursting with fangs and icing-piped assault rifles, it's not hard to see why the art of Scott Hove has gained such a strong following. A new exhibition and installation at Spoke Art in San Francisco called "Guns and Ecstasy...
Jenn Porreca: Love In Absentia
In painter Jenn Porreca's alluring and romantic world, women wear glamorous gowns, flowers and feathers in their hair and dramatic makeup. The sounds of a jazz band, stringed instruments or classic movie scores feel like they practically leap from...
The End Is Far by Olek
Vibrant and painstakingly executed, the crochet installations from Polish-born artist Olek offer striking embellishment to familiar spots. Blanketing NYC landmarks such as Wall Street's Charging Bull and Alamo (the Astor Place cube), Olek's unmistakable...
Reach Ruin
Working with crushed glass, recycled ceramics, molded sand and the resin for which he is most known, multidisciplinary artist Daniel Arsham expanded upon his preferred material to create "Reach Ruin," a beautifully resonating solo exhibition currently...
Interview: Jen Stark
by Vivianne Lapointe If you missed the jam-packed opening of Jen Stark's stellar solo show at LA's Martha Otero gallery earlier this fall, you're in luck—"To The Power Of" has just been extended for another month. Born in Miami and now based...
Agence de Voyage
Tim Braden's first solo show at Ambach and Rice gallery in LA is like a dreamy, nostalgic trip to somewhere that's always sunny. Aptly named "Agence de Voyage" or "Travel Agency," the British artist uses friends' snapshots to create paintings as...