Hajime Sorayama was interviewed by Edior-in-Chief Evan Pricco for the December 2016 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.
The Frist Center for Visual Arts presents Inka Essenhigh: Between Worlds, an exhibition featuring paintings first exhibited in Jacob Lewis Gallery's inaugural exhibition of Essenhigh's work, and monotypes created over the past decade.
In conversation with PaintersNYC curators Meaghan Kent and Maureen Cavanaugh at ICI Curatorial Hub on May 19, 2016, 6:30-8pm.
Detroit's Library Street Collective will host In Between, an exhibition of new work by How and Nosm. The exhibition of new paintings will be on view April 23 through June 12, 2016, with an opening reception for the artists on Saturday, April 23rd at 7pm.
Davide and Raoul Perre have also been commissioned to do a 184-foot-tall by 60-foot-wide artwork at One Campus Martius in downtown Detroit.
Shepard Fairey designed a new, limited edition card for the Los Angeles Public Library in collaboration with Cleon Peterson. The design is inspired by an illustration promoting the Library Foundation of Los Angeles' Young Literati annual toast fundraiser. The Central Library is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year.
Matthew Weinstein's É Lobro was cited as one of the top things to do in New York for November 18-December 2, 2015.
Shepard Fairey was a guest on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Monday, November 16, 2015.
Matthew Weinstein's É Lobro was featured in The New York Times Style Magazine online in an article titled A Video Installation, Starring One Seductive Fish.
Holland Cotter, in his in his review of the Greater New York exhibition at MoMA P.S. 1., praises the "exotic gorgeousness" of Rina Banerjee's sculpture Preternatural passage....
Twin street art duo How and Nosm have completed a large-scale mural in collaboration with Mana Contemporary in New Jersey, titled At The Center of It All.
Rina Banerjee will be included in the 2015 iteration of the Greater New York exhibition at MoMA PS1.
The Daily Beast featured an article written by Shepard Fairey explaining his political activism through art making, dissecting the most recent body of work in On Our Hands at Jacob Lewis Gallery.
Brooklyn Street Art featured an article discussing Shepard Fairey's most recent projects in collaboration with both Mana Contemporary and Jacob Lewis Gallery.
Shepard Fairey: On Our Hands was featured on numerous blogs and online magazines, including "Go see" on Favorpill, "The 12 Must-See Art Shows Opening This Week" on PAPERMAG, a feature on Page 6, exhibition recap on Fresh Paint NYC, and mentions on Hypebeast, Arrested Motion and Complex.
Juxtapoz featured an exhibition preview and teased an upcoming interview with Fairey, which will appear in the November issue of the magazine.
Shepard Fairey was featured on WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show on the opening morning of On Our Hands at Jacob Lewis Gallery.
On the eve of Shepard Fairey: On Our Hands, Artsy spoke with the artist on political corruption, apathy towards the environment, and corporate influence.
RJ Rushmoe of popular street art blog Vandalog sat down with Shepard Fairey to discuss art, politics, and his first exhibition at Jacob Lewis Gallery.
ABC News presents a private tour of Shepard’s new exhibition, On Our Hands, opening tomorrow at Jacob Lewis Gallery.
Shepard Fairey discusses his newest body of work and concerns regarding political corruption.
Shepard Fairey: On Our Hands was featured as one of the top four must-see exhibitions in the September 2015 issue of Harper's Bazaar.
Anne Doran reviews "Rina Banerjee: Tropical Urban" at Jacob Lewis Gallery.
The issue features original cover art by Fairey, as well as an article discussing the artist's first solo exhibition in NYC in five years.
Kurt McVey speaks with Shepard Fairey on his upcoming exhibition at the gallery.
Rizzoli is slated to release Shepard Fairey's newest monograph, Covert to Overt: The Under/Overground Art of Shepard Fairey on October 6, 2015.
How and Nosm have completed a large-scale mural in Berlin, Germany, titled On Tiptoes, organized by Urban Nation Berlin.
RISD alum Shepard Fairey has recently made a generous contribution of $60,000 to the school's Scholars fund.
Jacob Lewis had the honor of being named the guest speaker for West Virginia University's College of Creative Arts 2015 commencement ceremony.
Shepard Fairey will paint his largest mural to date on the Farmer Street side of Detroit's One Campus Martius, formerly known as the Compuware Building. The staggering 184-foot-wide by 60-foot-tall mural is slated to be complete by May 22. Fairey will also exhibit in Public Matter, the Library Street Collective's outdoor gallery, with an opening reception at 1260 Library Street, May 22, 6-10pm.
Emilio Perez will be featured in the exhibition Detrás Del Muro II during the 12th Havana Biennial. The artist will install a 20-meter site-specific mural along Havana's iconic Malecón. The exhibition opens Sunday, May 24th, 6pm.
Rina Banerjee: Tropical Urban was reviewed by Peter Plagens in the Saturday, April 25 edition of The Wall Street Journal.
Jacob Lewis Gallery artists Shepard Fairey and How and Nosm will join renowned street artists Tristan Eaton, Futura 2000 and The London Police for Painted Oceans, an exciting and ambitious project assembled by Eaton for summer 2016.
Jacob Lewis Gallery looks back on a year in the news in its inaugural year.
An interview with Shepard Fairey was featured in Esquire Magazine in which the artist discusses his MTV show Rebel Music, emerging talent, and his discontent with the current political situation.
On Friday, May 15, Pratt Institute will award Shepard Fairey with an honorary degree at its 126th Commencement. In addition to Fairey, four other individuals will be honored, including artists Alison Knowles (B.F.A. Illustration ’56) and James Turrell; and art influencers Karen Brooks Hopkins, president of the Brooklyn Academy of Music; and Holland Cotter, co-chief art critic and a senior writer at The New York Times.
Shepard Fairey has designed the vibrant, street-inspired sets for Heatscape, choreographer Justin Peck’s new work for Miami City Ballet.
Carol Diehl reviews Inka Essenhigh: Comet Dust & Crystal Shards in the February issue of Artnews
How and Nosm will present the Deem Distinguished Artist Lecture in the School of Art and Design at West Virginia University, in conjunction with a mural installation and gallery exhibition.
Columbus Alive featured Inka Essenhigh as one of the year's top exhibitions.
Shepard Fairey and Cleon Peterson collaborated on a mural covering four walls of a building in the Wynwood district of Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Inka Essenhigh’s large-scale oil painting on paper, Aquarius was featured in the Huffington Post today. For the first article in a series titled Single Work Appreciation Day, Daniel Maidman takes a closer look at the many worlds within the triptych.
A review by Peter Plagens of Inka Essenhigh: Comet Dust & Crystal Shards appeared in the Saturday edition of the Wall Street Journal today. The oil paintings on paper prompted associations as diverse as Odilon Redon, Kara Walker and Ridley Scott’s "Prometheus." The review concludes with the assertion, "My overall associative response to the paintings: I like them." The print review can be found in the Greater New York Section, page A19.
The inaugural exhibition Inka Essenhigh: Comet Dust & Crystal Shards was featured on Arrested Motion. Founder Tanley Wong writes, “Essenhigh effortlessly blends imagination and mystery with the tangible and earthly landscapes that surround us all, to produce breathtaking subjects and compositions. It is a truly moving body of work, fitting for the launch of what looks to be a strong and diverse art program from Jacob Lewis.”
How and Nosm have completed a large-scale mural in collaboration with PRHBTN, a street art organization that showcases local, regional, and national, artists, musicians, and businesses intrinsic to urban culture.
Created in the twins’ signature black, white and red color palette with a splash of pink and magenta, “Moonshine,” can be viewed at 310 W Short Street in Lexington, Kentucky.
Jacob Lewis Gallery was featured as one of the "New Galleries of Note," in Vogue’s Fall Art Guide: 11 Moments to Look Forward To.
Inka Essenhigh was awarded the 2014 Joseph V. Canzani Alumni Award for Excellence by her alma mater Columbus College of Art & Design on September 5, 2014. “I’m from Columbus, and I often joke that it’s the most exotic thing about me,” says the artist. “With that [upbringing] comes a work ethic, a craft (the ability to draw), and an appreciation for what’s come before—all things that were reinforced at CCAD.”
Shepard Fairey was one of 35 artists who donated their own artworks for an auction to benefit the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
Shepard Fairey will make an appearance on the upcoming season of Portlandia.