Ron English, one of the most prolific and influential contemporary artists, will be premiering his new solo exhibition at the Opera Gallery in New York on November 1. His latest body of work is entitled Crucial Fiction, and his exhibit will be on display until November 2. In the meantime, here’s a little sneak peek at his newest work.
My solo show, Crucial Fiction, opens November 1 at Opera Gallery NYC. It’s a collaboration with my former self. I thought it was time to ask my inner child to help me remember what it was that he saw so that I could finally animate his vision. I also curated the Politics and Art November issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.
It’s been reported that scientists in China have created genetically modified cows that produce “human” milk. To celebrate this wonderful achievement, artist Ron English has created this cheeky interpretation of the news.
Pop agit hero and occasional Lost At E Minor contributor Ron English played a typically clever, snide, brilliant April Fools joke down on the US-Mexico border last week, though, as our friends at Boing Boing note: ‘this piece of sociopolitical satire is going to backfire because the Tea Party will find out about it and demand that it be permanently installed at every border crossing’.
It’s hard to believe that South Park has been on television for fifteen years now, but it has. And to celebrate, artist (and Lost At E Minor contributor) Ron English has curated an art show on the beloved crude animated series.
Lost At E Minor guest contributor and agit pop genius, Ron English, has struck again, commemorating yesterday’s thirtieth anniversary of John Lennon’s tragic death by creating a typically provocative new Beatles image, with a particularly wicked new fourth member.
Lost At E Minor contributor Ron English has a new artwork available based around the Andy Warhol adage: ‘I’d like my own tombstone to be blank. No epitaph, and no name. Well, actually, I’d like it to say “figment”‘. In collaboration with metal experts Fully Visual, English has been happy to oblige. The statue is […]
Montana has been the high octane fuel driving the global graffiti revolution for some time now. With the advent of the Alien line they have unleashed World War III weaponry in the battle against the banal.
Logan Hicks is the Johnny Appleseed of art. Hicks and his partners curate the neighborhood-engulfing project they call Primary Flight, enlisting the world’s best artists to pit their skills against the walls of South Beach, Florida, for a mindblowing outdoor art gallery.