ROA has once again hit the walls, this time is Chicago and as always the pieces are awesome
“Public art is art in any media that has been planned and executed with the intention of being staged in the physical public domain, usually outside and accessible to all.” says Wikipedia. And this makes public art more likely to be criticized, because the potential number of passers-by can be substantial. This is especially true in … Continue reading 5 controversial public art pieces
At last there is something for the “looking down while walking” individuals. There is a good reason to ignore your siblings, there is the new work from Jessica Stockholder to look at. “Color Jam” is the name of the installation and is a make-over of State and Adams streets in downtown Chicago. A flow of … Continue reading Color Jam
Saturday 26 November I made way to Degree Art’s gallery on Vyner Street to view the works of Helen Gorrill on show in the solo exhibition titled DEICIDE. The gallery is not so far away from Bethnal Green as people might think and a fair pace will get you to the gallery in 10 minutes. … Continue reading Helen Gorrill’s solo show DEICIDE at Degree Art
Chicago, IL – Rotofugi, home to toys and art. One of the best venues for pop surrealism a mere mile and a half away from my current home. The charming, light-filled space greets visitors with cheery figures by Kidrobot, Frank Kozik, Tokidoki, and others. Additionally, they have apparel, plush toys, journals, and a variety of … Continue reading Rotofugi – A Gallery and Toy Store!