Not much to say this week except of course that I’m pumped for The Art of Comedy. Not too much news either, but some important stories…
- Bonhams is holding an Urban Art auction in LA (Christ, 5 years after I first heard it and I still hate that term). This has been going on in England for years and of course Doyles New York just did something similar in NYC, but this is the first time Bonhams is doing an Urban Art auction in the USA. Notable lots include this absolutely classic Banksy, some very expensive kindling, an alright Shepard Fairey (a bit special since his originals don’t go to auction often), a Calvin Klein ad by KAWS, a nice Barry McGee panel from 1996, another nice Banksy, one of Chaz Bojórquez’ Señor Suerte stencils on canvas, and a large COST and REVS collaboration from the early 1990′s (yes, its legit, and yes, I would like to hang it in my dorm room if anyone feels like gifting me $20,000).
- Caleb Neelon recently painted some work in Turkey.
- Butterfly and Opera Gallery London have teamed up for a show of 33 artists including Sweet Toof, El Mac, Roa, Shepard Fairey, Ron English and many more. It opens next month.
Photo by Faith47 and via Wooster CollectiveCategory: Auctions, Gallery/Museum Shows, Photos, Random | Tags: banksy, barry mcgee, bonhams, Caleb Neelon, chaz bojorquez, cost, freddy sam, kaws, mr. brainwash, opera gallery, revs, shepard fairey