Boston based artist, Josh Jefferson uses crayons, colored pencils and common acrylic paint, often found upon torn out pages of art history books. It is not uncommon to flip over a Jefferson drawing to find yourself staring at the image of a famed piece by Mondigliani or Titian. Check out photos from Jefferson's show at Gallery 16 via one of amadeus’ fresh new photographers, Mira Laing.
In the four weeks leading up to his much anticipated show, Colman used Chandran as his studio, creating large-scale paintings specifically to fit the gallery's walls and floors. Check out photos from the show via one of amadeus' fresh new photographers, Mira Laing.
Francesco Igory Deiana’s solo exibition, Haptic Render, currently on display at San Francisco gallery, CULT, explores the translation of form between digital and analog worlds. Peep photos the current exhibition here.
San Francisco's Acid Bath has released his second book that not only comes in a beautifully bound hard and softcover form, but serves as a distinct look into the chromatic inner workings of Acid Bath's artistic mind.