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01.09.15 Bucky Turco

“Remember the Future” is the title of KATSU’s new solo show. The graffiti art-pranking-hacker-of-sorts unveiled his latest series of work on Thursday night at The Hole gallery that includes installation, canvases, and sculptures touching on themes of technology. Take his “enamel splattered” drone paintings for example, a series that he didn’t even physically touch with […]

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12.19.14 Rhett Jones

KATSU, the eclectic street artist, is getting a gallery show at one of the Lower East Side’s biggest galleries. The exhibit, titled “Remember the Future,” will display sculpture, video, audio and painting that, in press release language: examine the slippages and disconnect between humans and their tools, the future and the present, in our quest for self-realization. He’ll […]

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10.11.13 Kyle Petreycik

Although tonight’s “YOU ARE HERE” exhibition opening at The Hole has an underlying theme of randomness, the work featured in the show shares a very common thread, capitalizing on implicit concept of randomness and glorifying it, whether it be by the exploration of new technologies or though the intentional misuse of existing ones. Works featured in the show range […]

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06.13.13 Kyle Petreycik

Artist/filmmaker Julian Schnabel is opening up a “community exhibition space” on the ground floor of his West Village home, as announced yesterday on Creative Time’s Tumblr. It’s called Casa del Popolo — roughly translated from Italian as “house of people. Schnabel says: This is the first installment of a program to show the work of other artists and an opportunity to collaborate with […]

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