March 22 - May 6: Elizabeth Houston Gallery, New York, NY
Feb. 3, 2017
Print sales to benefit the ACLU:
In solidarity with the many artists and record labels that are donating their proceeds to support the ACLU, all profits from print sales will be donated to the ACLU Feb. 3-5. Help support freedom, democracy, and human rights by picking up a limited edition print here.
Jan. 16, 2017
Limited edition print release of Vliegende Heks available now:
Edition of 25. Pick one up in person at the Sundance Film Festival exhibit (see below) or order one here.
New painting in Sundance Film Festival exhibit curated by Morgan Spurlock and Gallery1988:
Thirty-Three: Celebrating 33 Years of the Independent Spirit & Sundance Film Festival showcases 33 artists who are at the forefront of contemporary visual art. Curated by 5-time alum Morgan Spurlock (CNN's Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man, Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Web Junkie and Super Size Me) with additional co-curation by Jensen Karp and Katherine Sutton of the esteemed Gallery1988 in Los Angeles, the exhibition celebrates the high caliber of diverse and sometimes wild, but always thought-provoking 33 years of Sundance Film Festival. With a collection of artists that embody the Festival's innovative, edgy, provocative spirit, Thirty-Three unites a group that runs the gamut of contemporary Pop Art and beyond and provides a platform for new though and conversation.
Participating Artists: Gary Baseman, Buff Monster, Jon Burgerman, Molly Crabapple, D*Face, Dabs Myla, John Rozum, Ron English, Natalia Fabia, Shepard Fairey, Derek Gores, Naoto Hattori, Logan Hicks, Jabu, Aaron Jasinski, Mike Leavitt, Travis Louie, Dan Lydersen, RAE, Jim McKenzie, Niagara, Nouar, Olek, Scott Radke, Souther Salazar, Todd Schorr, Andrew Schoultz, Shag, Bennett Slater, Beau Stanton, Swoon, Mark Dean Veca, Nicola Verlato