Last night’s opening of the “Damien Hirst the Complete Spot Paintings 1986 -2011″ exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills had me seeing spots too!! When you first walk in the gallery the two story 21ft spot painting on canvas hits you with the total “wow” factor. Throughout the gallery [...]Continue Reading →
HOLY COW!! We are super excited to find out that The Next Web mentioned ArtSpot in their article, “7 of the Best Tech Innovations on Kickstarter!” Check it out….there’s some really cool other projects. My personal favorite (and one we backed in addition to ArtSpot) is the Printrbot 3D printer!! [...]Continue Reading →
And the TED Prize goes to….French Street Artist, JR! His wish was “… for you to stand up for what you care about by participating in a global art project, and together we’ll turn the world…INSIDE OUT.” Sounds easy enough, right?! How he does it will truly inspire you to think outside the box [...]Continue Reading →
Damien Hirst is one of the most prominent British artist of the 90′s and the most recognize of the group “Young British Artist”. His work main theme is “Dead” giving a different idea of the definition of mortality, life and in some cases spirituality.
Hirst’s best known works are his paintings, [...]Continue Reading →
Thanks to Banksy and his painting, “I hate Mondays” Moca’s Geffen Art In The Streets exhibition is free every Monday until August 3rd.Continue Reading →