Paintings by illustrator Reiko Matsuo, currently based in Tokyo and London. See more images below or on display at The Brick Lane Gallery in London until August 21.
Located in his home town of Brussels, Belgian artist Jonathan Pauwels (aka Jaune) creates a series of small-scale street interventions featuring the antics of mini sanitation workers that ingeniously incorporate their immediate surroundings. See more images below.
Vancouver-based artist Mark Ollinger’s maze-like sculptures are equal parts op art and graffiti. When we last featured his work he was hiding his large foam sculptures on the underside of bridges, now he’s laser cutting his designs out of wood. His new process is quite labor-intensive and requires tools and techniques Mark has developed himself. See more images below.
Caledonia Curry aka Swoon is having her first retrospective (1999 – 2017) this September at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. The show will cover Swoon’s progression from early street works to her large sculptures and installations and will be presented as a direct response to the museum’s Zaha Hadid architecture. You can check out works from each year since 1999 here, and there’s a bunch more images below.