August 22, 2014
Last month, The Art City Project collaborated with a number of artists for Way Out West, a project aiming to transform old billboards and underused public space in San Francisco into works of art. Our own Andrew Schoultz had the honor of creating a piece for the public installation. Enjoy more of the works included in the project here.
July 23, 2014
"I guess because I’ve been doing this for so long I’m pretty used to the fact that once I’ve completed one small section I accept it. Also, weaving is so slow that not a whole lot is a surprise, by the time a section is finished I could have spent 10 hours on it."
Erin M. Riley discussed the detailed process behind her hand-woven tapestries with Empty Kingdom.
July 23, 2014
J.Crew has expanded their horizons to Williamsburg. Set to open mid-September, the brand has commissioned Greg Lamarche to decorate the storefront barricade, spelling out 'J.Crew' in the style of his signature colorful typography. Enjoy the full article on T Magazine!
July 21, 2014
Last Thursday evening, Joshua Liner Gallery celebrated the second edition of Summer Mixer. Seven artists from various disciplines made their debut offering with the gallery, providing a wonderful opportunity to present the exhibition space in a new light. The gallery walls are lined with work from Andrew Schoultz, Erin M. Riley, Guy Yanai, Kristen Schiele, Michael Theodore, Robert Larson and Sam Friedman. Thank you to everyone who joined us at the opening reception. Please enjoy some of these photos from the evening! | Photos »
July 16, 2014
Just in time for the opening of our Summer Mixer group exhibition, exhibiting artist Michael Theodore has a wonderful article on The Creators Project, which takes a look at the work that will be on exhibit. Michael's fascinating new media scratchboard drawings are created using a robotic arm, converting computer code into beautiful patterns. Enjoy the article!
June 19, 2014
June 18, 2014
"Campbell loaded it up with his illustrative style and peppy color choices but it is meant to encapsulate the restless and continually exploratory journey of his artistic work. The jumble of inspiration, method, material and rhetoric mitigated the solid impact of his work for this show." Special thank you to Arte Fuse for publishing this wonderful review of Ampersand.
June 17, 2014
The opening of Ampersand, our first solo exhibition with Thomas Campbell was everything it was anticipated to be and much more. Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebration of this beautiful body of work. For those who missed out on this special occasion, please enjoy these wonderful opening photos from the evening. | Photos »