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Meer: Logan Sylve & Cristiano Mangovo. Speaking in two tongues

Allouche Gallery is delighted to announce Speaking in Two Tongues, a duo exhibition featuring New York-based artist Logan Sylve and Angolan artist Cristiano Mangovo. Speaking in Two Tongues explores the artistic languages of Sylve and Mangovo, revealing the compelling intersections in their distinct visual narratives. Logan Sylve, a self-taught artist originally from Louisiana, skillfully threads […]

Meer: New Perspectives, A group showing of African Portraiture

Allouche Gallery, Los Angeles presents “New Perspectives: A Group Showing of African Portraiture,” a group exhibition featuring the works of five contemporary African painters. “New Perspectives” shines a light on depictions of identity through portraiture in the works of notable Nigerian and Ghanaian contemporary artists Israel Agboola, Frank Coffie, Mamus Esiebo, Kelani Fatai and Foster […]

Meer: Felix R. Cid. A Mechanical Resolution

The work in “A Mechanical Resolution” is a meditation on the process of creating art in a technically advanced society. The subjects Cid depicts are abstract cyborgian figures with complex textures and explosions of color surrounded by scribbles of text, impasto polka dots, limbs, and weapons made from silicone, graphite, spray paint, and more. For […]

Hypebeast: Malik Roberts’ “To Suffer a Lick” Exhibition Explores Liminality and Uncertainty

Malik Roberts will be showcasing his upcoming solo exhibition, “To Suffer a Lick,” which features thought-provoking works that invite viewers to explore their sense of liminality and uncertainty. The exhibition, to be held at Allouche Gallery in NYC, showcases a variety of dynamic and abstract compositions that highlight the artist’s unique approach to fragmenting and deconstructing figures. The […]

The Art Newspaper: ‘I painted and painted and painted, and I refound myself’: Sharon Stone on her first solo show

On a cold and stormy night earlier this month in Los Angeles, heavy rain pelted the streets outside while a small mob crowded into Allouche Gallery. Heads were craning about to see the creator of the large paintings hanging on the walls—many of them landscapes verging on abstraction, and rather moody themselves. The artist, actor Sharon Stone, was holding court […]

Complex: “I Never Let The Kid Inside Me Die”: In Conversation With CHITO, Givenchy & Supreme Collaborative Artist

The Seattle-born artist’s instantly recognisable form of self-expression is his airbrushed dog illustrations, which he uses in his work to erase the stigma of the graffiti scenes he grew up in. Completely self-taught, CHITO’s repeated dedication to his motifs have become his own hallmark style, with a set of characters that you’ll no doubt have seen grace your Instagram feed over the last […]

Juxtapoz: BAST Channels Oscar Wilde @ Allouche Gallery, NYC

BAST has always been a proper good outcast of the street art world, and we mean that lovingly. He is so essential to the aesthetic, but has always been his own singular artist. His collaborations, with either Faile or Paul Insect, have this playful nostalgic feel, and his own works used to have a pop-culture critique that was some […]

Hypebeast: Paul Insect Takes Over Paris’ Allouche Gallery With “There’s More Upstairs” Exhibition

British contemporary artist Paul Insect heads to Paris’ Allouche Gallery for his latest installment of mixed-media works in a pop-up exhibition titled “There’s More Upstairs.” The works follow on from Insect’s “Reflective Minds” exhibition in New York and is intended to make audiences question genuineness in themselves. Read the full article at  

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