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Posted by jsica Today (June 2nd) is the reception for Logan Hick's show, "Pretty Ugly" at the Opera Gallery in New York. He has been working on this body of work for the past 6 months and is very happy with the results. He has spent every free second, dollar, and favor that he had to...

The Seventh Letter's Saber looks to open a new solo show next month at the Opera Gallery in New York City. Titled "The American Graffiti Artist," the exhibition examines Saber's interpretation of graffiti artwork in America. An opening is set for May 6, 2011, with the promotional video above...

Last night, the Art Gallery of Ontario was filled with some of the country's grandest doyens and doyennes (Mulroney! Eaton! Weston!) for the official kick off to the gallery's Picasso exhibit, which opens to the public next Tuesday, May 1. Infusing the Gehry-designed space with a bit of...

Two portraits of Charles and Lady Diana of Andy Warhol will be auctioned for £ 2 million Opera Gallery. The two works were performed by the author in 1981 to celebrate the royal wedding between the two and riddled with the characteristic style of Warhol. In 1982, both portraits were bought by...

During my stay in London, I managed to squeeze in some art gallery-hopping, three to be precise. I managed to take one photo in each location because according to my friend who escorted me, taking photos was too touristy! Such a party pooper! Remember the Opera Gallery which I have visited...

Happy First Shoe Galleries! The Selfridges Shoe Galleries are a year old and after being voted the world's best shoe department, some of the finest designers featured in the Shoe Galleries have created a unique selection of miniature shoes. Fendi, Rupert Sanderson and Dries Van Noten are all a...

"Streets of the World" opens this weekend at the New York City location of Opera Gallery. The installation features 40 of the more prominent street artists from around the globe. The show is meant to highlight the phenomenon of "street artists" transitioning into the contemporary gallery...

The venerated Ron English returns to New York's Opera Gallery from November 1 to November 29 with his new show. "Crucial Fiction" is a culmination of the 'father of street art"s latest endeavor–to give life to the feverish, animated imaginings of his 8-year old self. With all the skill and...

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