This is the third time that I have had the opportunity to shoot the artist Brian Donnelly, AKA, KAWS. This time it was for an exhibit at the Aldrich Gallery in Connecticut. It was a great event. Check out the details on Highsnobiety.
The “Hole Gallery” is currently located on Greene Street, in the SoHo building. But will be moving to the old Deitch space on Wooster. The name of the gallery denotes, that it is filling the hole left by the departure of Deitch. The name of the opening show was “Not quite open for business.” Check out the full details over on HS.
Seeing this exhibit was the first time that I had been to the Brooklyn Museum. It is really nice. I plan on returning, when I have a little more time to spare. The Andy Warhol exhibit is pretty amazing. Check it out, if you are able. Be sure to check out the write up, on Selectism.
I was able to cover this event for Highsnobiety. Very cool event. The art exhibit was on display in the Redbull space in SoHo. Art on display was created by legendary skaters Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero, Chad Muska, Pat Nogho and more. The theme of the exhibit was a tribute to those revered skaters who lives were too short. It was a pretty big honor for me to meet so many skaters that I looked up to, as a kid.
The Belgian artist known as Roa, opened a gallery exhibit at Factory Fresh, in Brooklyn over the weekend. I was able to meet the chap. He is a personable guy, in addition to being a talented artist.
Here: for the piece in Highsnobiety