February 16, 2015 | Author: webSman

The Nightmare In Wonderland Project – Part 0

The Nightmare in Wonderland Project opened its first of four exhibitions on February 13th, 2015. This first “colorless” installment, presented at the Rotofugi Gallery in Chicago, features mostly black and white original artwork by international artists and is curated by Ixie Darkonn. To purchase art in this exhibit, please see the previews and price list at the Rotofugi Gallery.
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January 31, 2015 | Author: webSman

Familiar Faces at Lisa Sette Gallery

Nina Pak, Miroir’s Art Director and Photographer, saw some familiar faces on a trip to Lisa Sette Gallery, now located in downtown Phoenix.

Lisa Sette Gallery 210 East Catalina Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85012. Lisa Sette Gallery is one of my all time favorite haunts in Arizona. ___ more » “Familiar Faces at Lisa Sette Gallery”

June 4, 2014 | Author: Jo David

Redd Walitzki – When We Break

We are very excited about the work of artist Redd Walitzki whose new show “When We Break” will be opening on Thursday, June 5th, 2014 at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, and will be on exhibition through June 28th. New work by Andy Kehoe will also be shown alongside Redd’s exhibit.
Opening Reception is Thursday June 5th.
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January 18, 2014 | Author: Jo David

The House That Jack Built

Well, we had our first real fight in the Mercer Gallery last night. And the strange thing is, we were lucky that a black eye and a few bruised ribs was as bad as it got. Last night marked the opening of Jack Daws’s new exhibition, The House That Jack Built, and it was a queer collection of anarchists and poets, celebrities and activists, and one colorful character who claims to be the re-incarnation of Henry David Thoreau himself. more » “The House That Jack Built”

December 19, 2013 | Author: webSman

Vergissmeinnicht – Redd Walitzki

On December 14th, Redd Walitzki’s solo exhibition “Vergissmeinnicht” (Forget Me Not), opened at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco. Miroir Magazine was on hand to congratulate Redd and capture the action as the pink haired artist frolicked among her painted muses.
Also in attendance were many Bay Area and visiting Seattle art luminaries including art duo Ransom and Mitchell, NoMe Edona, Carl Faulkner, opera singer and model Roxanna Walitzki and many others more » “Vergissmeinnicht – Redd Walitzki”