FAILE Open a Permanent Outpost for Their Iconic Deluxx Fluxx Installation

Brooklyn-based artist duo FAILE (Patrick McNeil & Patrick Miller) in partnership with restaurateurs Joe Robinson and Anthony Curis (also of contemporary art gallery Library Street Collective)—the team behind Standby, The Skip and Deluxx Fluxx in Detroit—are delighted to announce the expansion of Deluxx Fluxx to New York City. Opening in September, Deluxx Fluxx is located in a 4,200-square-foot space below Webster Hall, The Bowery Presents’ iconic music venue in the heart of Manhattan’s East Village. Conceived as an immersive visual and audial art space and arcade, Deluxx Fluxx reinvigorates the genre of artist-centric venues that defined New York nightlife in the early 2000s. Deluxx Fluxx will occupy the former ‘Studio at Webster Hall’ and continue The Bowery Presents & Webster…

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Tania Marmolejo: The Dream and The Voyage

CICA Vancouver is pleased to announce Dominican-born artist Tania Marmolejo’s first solo exhibition in Canada on view through October 1st, 2022. The show consists of 14 new paintings inspired by the artist’s personal experience in Vancouver and the surrounding wilderness of the lower mainland. The large-scale portraits of women within coastal landscapes provokes contemplation and resonance with the characters’ expansive and nuanced facial expression. The enigmatic eyes of her characters lead viewers into a labyrinth of familiarity and unfamiliarity, making us yearn to delve into the stories of the imagined characters she creates.

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#XoXoCadillac Lettering by Mark van Leeuwen

#XoXoCadillac Lettering by Mark van Leeuwen

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I’d love to share this beautiful and funny in a way project that Mark van Leeuwen did for Cadillac. So here’s the whole idea: In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Cadillac launched a rather cheeky social media campaign, flirting with their competition. Lettering artist Mark van Leeuwen was asked to create a series of hand-lettered love letters to send to Cadillac’s biggest competitors. It was his job to illustrate these flirty lines in sophisticated and formal looking spencerian script. The love letters were published accompanied by the tagline #XoXoCadillac. Continue reading