In anticipation of Henry Fey’s latest installation-based work, “Potholes,” we asked the Los Angeles-based artist for a glimpse into his process, his thoughts on the value of nostalgia in a scroll-happy digital era, and how he has reconciled his own overconsumption of imagery. More after the jump!
First Amendment Gallery is pleased to announce, “Potholes,” a new solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist, Henry Fey. Learn more after the jump!
We at First Amendment Gallery would like to thank everyone that made it out to the opening reception of “Betty Number 22 Taken Down” by Oliver Hawk Holden, currently on view in Downtown San Francisco with First Amendment Gallery for the month of May. Learn more after the jump.
We sat down with the San Francisco-based artist to discuss his signature processes, his most recent creative endeavors, and billboards for local lawyers. Learn more after the jump.
We are getting deeper into the mind of Mando Marie this week. With her upcoming solo show June 2nd at First Amendment Gallery we decided to learn more about what this body of work represents and how it came to be. Mando Marie has made a name for herself as a female street artist who can hang with the rest of them, primarily using stencil and spray she works on large scale murals all around the world but has also proven herself to be a talented exhibition artist. Here is what she [...]
With our current solo exhibition "In Dreams" coming to a close May 25th we decided to get deeper into the mind of Sean Newport to learn more about what brought the show to life and where he gets his inspiration from. 1AM: People are always amazed that you create your triangular pieces out of wood. Can you tell us more about your sculpting process? How do you get your pieces so precise and exact? SN: Practice practice practice. I've spent hours obsessing over how to cut the perfect shapes. I use a [...]
This week we interviewed the artists from our current show "Bad at Math," a duo exhibition by Jose Di Gregorio and Kristin Farr to learn a little more about them. Heres what Jose Di Gregorio had to say... 1AM: What is the most difficult part of your creative process? Were there any major complications or obstacles you had to face with this show? JDG: The octagons are a new surface I’ve been working with so there were a few hang ups with how well some of them turned out. Making [...]
First Amendment Gallery is thrilled to introduce Luke Pelletier as our artist spotlight. Luke Pelletier has three works on display at our group show "Natural Plain", open until October 26th. He is based out of Los Angeles, but grew up in North Carolina. He is a young artist, sculptor, printmaker, and musician with a noteworthy amount of talent. He earned a BFA from the School of Art Institute Chicago in 2015. Living in such a popular tourist destination like LA, Pelletier is influenced to paint what he sees. This includes vibrant colors, [...]
First Amendment Gallery is proud to spotlight the up and coming artist, Saddo, otherwise known as Raul Oprea. He is a Romanian artist, illustrator and muralist who founded one of the first Romanian street art collectives "The Playground". He has an impressive list of collaborations with international galleries from Glasgow, Stockholm and Berlin, just to name a few. He currently has two pieces on display in a group show, "Natural Plain" at First Amendment Gallery exhibiting until October 26th. Saddo earned his education at Art University in Cluj Napoca, Romania, but found himself unlearning the formalities [...]