In her new solo show "The Ballrooms of Mars" at Dorothy Circus Gallery, Camille Rose Garcia explores the outer space dimension, the mysterious features of Space and the universal language of nature made of “patterns in the vibrations of sound.”
In this interview, Natalie Wong presents her "Neon Rap Portraits" a series of artworks using a creative technique mirrored freestyle rapping, where lines are made up instantaneously on the spot, referencing elements in her immediate environnement - neon signs.
During the next edition of Scope New York, Gallery Oxholm will present the work of Niels Corfitzen inspired by the album "Days of Thunders" by The Midnight.
Julian Casablancas’s and The Voidz have a new album out featuring Felipe Pantone's 2015 painting.
To celebrate the "Music On Walls artwork of 2017", we had the chance to discuss with Richard Wilson who's mural in the Bronx has received the most of the vote from our community. In this interview, Richard is sharing with us his deep connection to music through is art.
Congratulations to Richard Wilson for winning the "Music On Walls Artwork of 2017"!
N2 Galería presents the exhibition «Ritmica», by the multidisciplinary artist Kenor who's creative development usually begins by choosing a song and interpreting it, in this case, Detroit’s techno music.
Dan Witz's "Mosh Pit Paintings 2010 – 2018" will open this week at Stolen Space and reveals that despite the obvious aggression of the punk rock pit, there is also an underlying sense of euphoria and unification shared amidst the crowd.
The Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art has turned itself over to the composer Ari Benjamin Meyers, to present music and sounds performances "Kunsthalle for Music".
Mac Montréal presents an experience influenced by Leonard Cohen that are complementary to the Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything exhibition, The Gaze Listens consists of a sensory reflexion on rhythm, listening and sound.
Discover our selection of the music inspired artworks of 2017 from the world's leading urban and contemporary visual artists.
As Dain recently created a piece inspired by "one of my all time favorite musicians" Bob Marley, he shared with Music On Walls his five favorite Bob' songs.
During the Opening Night Party of the 23rd annual LA Art Show, Music On Walls spotted the work of Cam Rackam presented by Copro Gallery as well as the work of Greg Auerbach presented by GBA.
Last December at the Juxtapoz Club House Miami 2017, 2501 presented La Macchina N°10 a platform where artist, musician, and viewer can perform and experiment in real time audio/video performance.
Scott Listfield's new show '1984' just opened at Thinkspace in LA and has great music references in every new paintings.
Last weekend to visit Shepard Fairey's most ambitious show to date, DAMAGED at Library Street Collective in Los Angeles until this Sunday, December 17.
Moby's new album 'Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt' cover artwork by Matthew Grabelsky.
For their last auction of the year, the Urban Art department at Art Curial will host an auction including Banksy and Shepard Fairey music inspired artworks.
36 Chambers ALC teamed up with Studio INVCBL to curate and produced a new painting for each of the new Wu Tang Clan "Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues" album's songs.
While visiting the Basel House Mural Festival in Miami, Music On Walls spotted a new tribute mural to Marilyn Manson by Ivan Roque.
1983 is a unique artistic collaboration between Osgemeos x JR x Pharrell Williams.
The Dean Collection and Bacardi present No Commission: Miami 2017, a three-day, art and music experience taking place December 7 – 9, 2017, at Soho Studios in Wynwood.
Nychos just completed his new « Purple Haze » mural here in Miami for Juxtapoz Magazine Club House.
During the month of December, four New York museums invite you to explore their sound-related exhibitions.
Spinello Projects will be showing the new video "Stranger" by Naama Tsabar during Art Basel Miami, featuring two musicians, who negotiate the use of a new instrument comprised of two guitars put together at their back.
MAD museum in NY will host two exciting live performances in the coming week, experimental soundscape, sculptural formations, installation of sound-generating ceramic and glass vessels.
Jef Aérosol's first solo show in Germany "No(w) Future“ will be focusing on a topic, which is in many ways essential to his art: the world of music in 1977.
Japanese artist, composer and arch data manipulator Ryoji Ikeda has unveiled a new, immersive audio-visual artwork in London commissioned by The Store X The Vinyl Factory.
A Chamber for Horwitz: Sonakinatography Transcriptions in Surround Sound, a project by London-based artist Haroon Mirza currently featured as part of EVERYTHING AT ONCE a group exhibition by Lisson Gallery in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory (until 10 December).