The PEP Gallery [Pink Elephant projects] is a great little spot on an up-and-coming stretch near the Brooklyn Navy Yard. I especially appreciate their openness to showing a lot of illustrators and fine artists together. They always have something exciting to see, and the atmosphere is always so pleasant and welcoming.
Andrew Davis (from AWWSWEET, a curating agency) has done it again: his second skateboard art show has made it all the way from Detroit to the Brooklyn-based art space, Third Ward. Inspired by the documentary feature film Beautiful Losers, which focuses on the subcultures of skateboarding and graffiti, Good Wood brings together 45 different artists who’ve designed a stunning selection of decks. Styles range from collage, graffiti, acrylic, oil, ink, silkscreen and photography to sculpture. Some of the big players in the show include Chuck Anderson, Nathan Fox, Leo Espinosa, and myself, amongst many others.
New York-artist Morgan Croney has an exhibition of new works opening at Brooklyn’s HQ Gallery on April 11 ‘which takes Sol LeWitt’s famous dictum — Irrational thoughts should be followed absolutely and logically — quite seriously’.