“Mighty, Mighty” is the centerpiece of “The Barbershop Project,” an initiative from CulturalDC that asks artists to imagine what barbershops can look like.
Tag: Devan Shimoyama
Professor Shimoyama’s portrait of Kehinde Wiley is included in the traveling exhibition “Men of Change. Power. Triumph. Truth.”
“Punch” features thirty-three artists who examine contemporary culture and society through the lens of figuration.
“Mighty Mighty” is an immersive art installation and fully-functional, fantastical barbershop in CulturalDC’s Mobile Art Gallery.
Prof Shimoyama will exhibit some of his sculptural work with Kavi Gupta Gallery at Frieze New York, one of the leading international contemporary art fairs.
The Kavi Gupta show features seven paintings about pleasure and self-empowerment, and for Shimoyama—already a force to be reckoned with at this early stage in his career—there’s joy to be had in creating these images.
“We Named Her Gladys” presents a new work inspired by Shimoyama’s evolving connections to identity, ancestry, community, and the definition of home.
Professor Devan Shimoyama’s solo show “Cry, Baby” recently received positive reviews in the three major art and culture publications.
One of the leading international contemporary art fairs, The Armory Show takes place on Piers 90, 92, and 94 in New York City, March 7-10.
“Shh…” presentes a series of portraits of Black people who are reading, lounging, or traveling with a variety of texts.