French Connections

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Currently on view at Galerie LJ in Paris.  Speerstra gallery and Galerie LJ present “French Connections” featuring L’Atlas, Philippe Baudelocque, Antoine Casals, Come, Hobz, Jonnystyle, Mambo, Mist, Nelio, Franck Pellegrino, Sébastien Preschoux, Aurel Rubbish, Scotie et Tanc.  Sébastien Preschoux is featured in the upcoming “Tall Trees of Paris” book.  1/30 – 2/27French Connections Speerstra Gallery 10
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TRANSBORDER

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Opening Saturday January 30th at Fabien Castanier Gallery in Los Angeles.  TRANSBORDER group exhibition featuring Rero (FR), Cyrcle (US), Jan Kaláb (CR), OX (FR), Aníbal Vallejo (CO), and Andrey Zignnatto (BR).  Rero is featured in the new “Tall Trees of Paris” book releasing this April.  Cyrcle painted a mural in Portland last summer for our “Forest For the Trees” mural festival.  Each artist breaks boundaries in their work through concept, symbolism and color.  The artists in this show represent 5 different countries and yet share the common language of art.BUY-BEAUTY-EAT-BEAUTY-611x575
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 Video of Rero in LA.

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2SHY at Janine in Paris

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Opening Thursday January 28th at Janine in Paris.  Tall Trees of Paris artist 2SHY.  Featuring boldnew ceramics and paintings with a nod to the 80’s and 90’s.
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TALL TREES OF PARIS pre order starts today

The third installment in the “Tall Trees” series of art and travel books.
The Tall Trees of Paris: 42 Independent Artists Share Their City and Their Work
Pre Sales start today on the Overcup Books website.
Cover art by Koralie.
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Featured artists: 2Shy, Alëxone, Alexandra Arango, Céline Artigau, Nicolas Barrome Forgues, Martes Bathori, Blek Le Rat, Agnes Boulloche, Broll & Prascida, Thierry Bruet, Ludovic Debeurme, Veronique Dorey, Dugudus, Elobo, Christelle Enault, Agnès, Ernoult, Sébastien Féraut, Christian Guemy (c215), HONET, Kerascoët, Koleo, Koralie, Eric Lacan, Hubert de Lartigue, Jean Leblanc, Jean Lecointre, Lek & Sowat, Levalet, Nicolas Martin, Jean-Michel Ouvry, Tristan Pernet, Aurore Petit, Bruno Pontiroli, Francesca Protopapa (il Pistrice), Sebastien Preschoux, RERO, Jérémy Schneider, Supakitch, Sébastien Touache, TYRSA, Amandine Urruty, Frédérique Vernillet.

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GLOOM – Koichiro Takagi

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I found GLOOM from Hellion alumni Koichiro Takagi in my mailbox this week.  The book is packed with images of Koichiro’s work and bilingual text that tracks his career to date.  A little late for Christmas but well worth picking up in the new year.
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SAL – Borah

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“Borah”, new work from SAL opening December 19th at Hatos Bar in Tokyo.  This new series of work is Sal’s first experimentation with oil paint.  The show closes December 25th.  Sal is also featured in the “Tall Trees of Tokyo” book and will be showing at Hellion next year.
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Pop & Street – Seibu

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Currently on display at Seibu in Shibuya, “Pop & Street”.  The show features Aruta Soup、Beejoir、D*FACE、DOLK、HITOZUKI、MADSAKI、MARK DREW、MHAK、TAISHI NISHIHIRO、TAKU OBATA、TENGAone、TOHRU MATSUSHITA, RYCA ほか.  Seibu has been introducing contemporary art to the Japanese public since the 80’s.  This show is a retrospective of that effort.  The exhibition is on view until December 27.  Mhak, Tenga and Madsaki are all Hellion alumni.  If you are in Tokyo, go check it out.
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Martes Bathori for Almanach Soldes

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Martes Bathori has been contributing artwork and comics to the French/Belgium almanach Soldes for the past 4 years.  You can check out his illustrations in person if you are in Paris at VIADUC-des-Arts (65 avenue Daumesnil 75012) on Tuesday December 15th from 6:30 – 10:30.  Martes is also featured in the upcoming “Tall Trees of Paris” book.
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Circular – QUINTAL opening exhibition

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“Circular” is the inaugural exhibition at Quintal in Rio de Janeiro.  The show features Antonio Bokel, João Sánchez, Mateu Velasco, Marcelo Macedo and Pedro Sánchez.  Both Mateu and Marcelo are Hellion and Forest For The Trees alumni.  The space is an incubator for new and experimental art ideas that are free from government sponsorship and different than what can be found in traditional commercial galleries.  Show opens Saturday December 12th.
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Aki Miyajima – Lie After Lie

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“Lie After Lie” with Aki Miyajima comes to a close at Galerie Lemonde in Tokyo on December 13th.  Aki is featured in the Tall Trees of Tokyo book and has shown at Hellion in the past.
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