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The Incal – Mental Movie Trailer

MarcieMyDarkling has expanded her role. It’s on to movie reviews… from the future… Next week she’ll be at the premier of the long, long, long delayed adaption of Alejandro Jodorowsky and Jean Giraud masterpiece, The Incal

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  • Louie Cordero’s Riveting Acrylic Paintings
    In Louie Cordero’s surreal and riveting paintings, the artist’s command of texture and mood sets his work apart. Cordero, hailing from the Philippines, is currently featured in a group show at Gallery Poulsen titled “Inoperative Halo,” along with painter Eric White and sculptor Jud Bergeron. (The show runs through Dec. 21 at the Copenhagen venue.) […]
    Andy Smith
  • The Surreal Paintings of Mike Davis Return in ‘Crooked as a Dog’s Hind Leg’
    In his third show at 111 Minna Gallery, Mike Davis offers new whimsical paintings that appear as a continuation of the Northern Renaissance while blending in notes of the artist’s own time period. "Crooked as a Dog's Hind Leg" kicks off on Jan. 10 and runs through Feb. 29 at the space. Davis was last […]
    Andy Smith
  • ‘I Saw You Post About It’ Group Show Coming to La Luz De Jesus Gallery
    Alex Graham La Luz De Jesus Gallery director Matthew Gardocki overheard a phrase that would go on to loosely inspire an upcoming show at the space: "I Saw You Post About It." He took that broad concept and invited a group of female artists—Isabella Cancino, Alex Graham, Mayon Hanania, Carmen McNall, Sea Monster, and Patty […]
    Andy Smith

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  • Illustrations by David Alvarez Reflect the Intersection of Fantasy and Reality
    When working in black and white instead of a muted color palette, Mexico-based artist David Alvarez (previously) manages to still create illustrations rich in texture and contrast. Layers of graphite and charcoal on white and cream colored paper form complex shadows. Highlights emerge from the negative space and become the light on stone walls, on […]
    Andrew LaSane
  • Researchers Unearth World’s Oldest Figurative Artwork in Indonesian Cave
    A recent finding in Sulawesi, Indonesia, is changing our conceptions of the origins of visual art. Fifteen researchers this week published an article in Nature describing prehistoric cave art that they believe was created about 43,900 years ago. The art depicts multiple therianthropes—mythical creatures that have both human and animal characteristics like beaks and tails—hunting […]
    Grace Ebert

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