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February, 2014

  • 21 February

    Artiholics Exclusive Interview With The Artist Behind Shaun White’s Sochi Olympic Skull Snowboard

    Sochi, Russia – Friday, February 21, 2014 It is a common misconception that art and sports are the most opposite of worlds.  This may have been the case in the original Ancient Olympic Games in Greece when athletes competed naked or in heavy armor in the hopes of winning olive …

  • 20 February

    Last Chance To See Emil Lukas @ Sperone Westwater in the L.E.S.

    New York – Thursday, February 20, 2014 The solo exhibition of artist Emil Lukas at Sperone Westwater in the Lower East Side closes on Saturday, February 22nd.  This is your last chance to take a look at his two major bodies of works being presented: Thread Paintings and Larvae Paintings. …

  • 20 February

    The Silver Linings of Artistic Survival Michael Alan Rages On in the L.E.S.

    New York – Thursday, February 20, 2014 If you haven’t made it down to Artist Michael Alan ‘Alien’s most recent solo exhibition The Energy Reader at Gasser Grunert Gallery on 38 Orchard Street, you have just a few days left. The closing reception is this Sunday, February 23rd from 3-8pm. …

  • 18 February

    The Madness of Art: Episode (002) “The Wedding Gift”

    EPISODE 002: “THE WEDDING GIFT”: The rent is due and Chelsea art dealer Jim Kempner helps a client find a fresh and original wedding gift. One Balloon Dog by neo-pop artist Jeff Koons remains in Jim’s possession. Could this be the perfect gift? Or will the client’s dreams of attaining …

  • 18 February

    Cold War Era Soviet Penitentiary Is Being Transformed Into An Art Hub

    Tallinn, Estonia – Tuesday February 18, 2014 Marina Andrijčić-Ojeda and Catarina Ferreira are the artists and co-founders of The Penitentiary, a collaborative site-specific art exhibition to take place in abandoned war-era prisons throughout Eastern Europe.  They will operate a series of independent projects to transform each prison’s standing structure and explore its personal …