Jamian Juliano-Villani’s Dark Humor Returns With ‘Let’s Kill Nicole’

Jamian Juliano-Villani, known for stirring acrylic paintings packed with dark humor and sprawling references, offers new works in a show at Massimo De Carlo London titled “Let’s Kill Nicole.” She offers both new paintings and sculptures in the display, which runs through Sept. 21. Juliano-Villani’s work is known for pulling in a variety of familiar imagery from fashion, illustration, and other industries, with conversations emerging over what constitutes referencing versus appropriation. “Everything is a reference,” she’s insisted.More …

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The Dystopian Sculptures of Lee Bul

South Korean artist Lee Bul creates sculptures and installations that move between dystopian techno-monsters and objects pulled from ruinous cityscapes. Emerging out of the late 1980s, Bul has examined urbanization, mythology, and societal “progress” in major exhibitions and shows. Earlier this year, she nabbed the annual, prestigious Ho-Am Prize.More …

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Lollapalooza fans scale fence in effort to get in for free

Lollapalooza kicks off this weekend in Chicago, and some fans got creative about the way they decided to get into the festival. A video has been circulating of dozens of people rushing the gates of the event to force their way in for free. Read More: Post Malone adds Sublime With Rome to Bud Light […]
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