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#TheArtInfluencer – Episode One: Jordan Weber

The art world is changing. Art has always been a driving force in community enrichment, creating social awareness and enhancing the juxtaposition of our society and the artists canvas. Today, the art works have grown in scale and complexity to intrigue new audiences and revive the collective appreciation of art…

View ArtAboveReality Collection on Google Open Gallery and Google Chromecast

There is only so many times in life that you get to work with your favorite brand. And when those times come you have to really put it all on the line. That is a statement I thought about when I first read about the Google Art Project and the…

Stolen Dreams in the Promise Zone w/ @SaveDupree‎

Directed and Edited By: Badir McCleary Philadelphia’s international artist James Dupree battles with abuse from the City of Philadelphia unlawfully seizing his multi-million dollar art studio in the Mantua community. Please comment and share!

Relational Chemistry: A Introspective of Urban Experience Presented by ArtAboveReality and curated by Badir McCleary
“Relational Chemistry” is set to open at Ivben Studios on October 16th, 2018 featuring a collection of works by Philadelphia based contemporary artist across multiple practices. ArtAboveReality is pleased to present “Relational Chemistry: An Introspective of Urban Experience”, a group survey highlighting nineteen contemporary artists in the city of... Read more
Art Advisory LA: One on One with Toowee Kao
We got to sit down with Soze Gallery owner Toowee Kao and talk about the opening of her newest art endeavor. Art Advisory Los Angeles, formed to help collectors get directly to the artists they covet and and build collections with quality. Find out more at Art Advisory LA.... Read more
Mixed Emotions, Artist Excitement as First Ever “Street Art Fair” Promises to be Groundbreaking
“I’m so excited to be a part of a movement that will propel the growing world of street art. This is the start of a huge movement!” – Jeff Hamilton The “Street Art Fair” is set to debut its first edition of the themed event October 1st through the... Read more
“Black Lives Matter” message emphasized in Handwritten Mural by Artist RendaWriter
“It was the idea of the gallery owner George R. N’Namdi, but I must also assert that I didn’t just write it because he commissioned me. I wouldn’t never write anything that I didn’t agree with. I agree that Black Lives Matter, and I am glad that this was... Read more
#TheArtInfluencer – Episode Four: Steve Grody of Graffiti L.A.
Steve Grody been documenting L.A. graffiti since 1990. He is an author and art journalist that focuses on the history of the LA graffiti scene. For over 20 years he has seen and covered many of the changes in the way writers tell their story through paint. He decided... Read more
#TheArtInfluencer – Episode One: Jordan Weber
The art world is changing. Art has always been a driving force in community enrichment, creating social awareness and enhancing the juxtaposition of our society and the artists canvas. Today, the art works have grown in scale and complexity to intrigue new audiences and revive the collective appreciation of... Read more
“Channel 7” A Composition in A Major by Norm Maxwell
The exhibition entitled “Channel 7 (GBDF)” is a series of visual musical compositions where the 7th Channel denotes the G chord in the musical scale. The number seven is a mystic and spiritual number that is synonymous with creation. In this series Maxwell ponders the subject of creation, involution... Read more
#TheArtistProfile – Gillean Clark
We got the chance to catch up with artist Gillean Clark from New York City at one of our favorite galleries in Los Angeles, Lab Art. Iskander, Lab Art’s Owner, was kind enough to introduce us to Gillean as we were a big fan of his style. Gillean took... Read more
Studio Visiting: Artist Narine Isajanyan
It’s always cool when you meet an artist and they invite you to their studio. I think that’s a key part of the process that the collectors and galleries don’t usually appreciate because they rarely get to see. Narine Isajanyan invited me in to her space to see some... Read more
Lakwena Maciver, “Just Passing Through,” 2015, mixed media. (Christopher Knight) There is something really special about Papillion Art. Tucked away on a block that’s hidden in Leimert Park is this “paradise” in a neighborhood that usually doesn’t get those accolades. It’s only fitting that they would host an exhibit... Read more