Jean Michel Basquiat’s resume sells at Sotheby’s for $50,000.
English artist Lucas Price showcases the concept of cataloguing and mapping via means of images and text personal to the artist, who chose a range of mediums that included oil paintings, carbon and graphite drawings, photography and text prints.
The exhibition is on show until at Rove Gallery until Dec 27, 2012.
Supreme presents a retrospective of collabrative skate decks over the past 18 years including pieces from artists including KAWS, Jeff Koons, George Condo, Larry Clark, Takashi Murakami, and Damien Hirst.
Brothers and Sisters creative duo Lisa and Kirsten have teamed up with the anonymous German street art collective Mentalgassi, to create art installations for Amnesty International.
The image depicts Troy Davis, man who has been on death row for 19 years in the USA, despite serious doubts about his conviction.
The best aspects of this campaign is the ability of the image to reflect the situation that the organisation behind the campaign, Amnesty International, is trying to prevent. It becomes such a powerful message once you know the history behind it. I also like the fact that they have chosen the colour green to illuminate the image itself, as this colour almost holds alienated connotations, which once again reflects the situation these people face.