Asheville-based artists Isa Bowser and Josh Finck present a three-part experimental series, galleries open new shows and more area arts news.
With permission from the city, businesses with private parking lots can now convert 50% of their parking area to dining. To expand onto public sidewalks, businesses must be able to maintain 6 feet of clear space for diners and pedestrians.
Gus Cutty, Kathryn Crawford, Ian Wilkinson and Dustin Spagnola have teamed with downtown businesses owners on the provocative art project.
Gus Cutty presents his latest Hip-Hop Film Series selection, tickets go on sale for a one-night screening of Martin Scorsese’s new Bob Dylan documentary at the Fine Arts Theatre and more.
The collection of artists slated to appear at the Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13 and 14 festival in the River Arts District is fringey, women-led, often queer-identifying, and less white-centric than the typical Western North Carolina music festival.
Ian Wilkinson and other muralists will transform the parking deck over two weekends this month. “Doctors, patients and members of the public are invited to participate in a collaborative mural wall” on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 25 and 26, according to a press release.
Gus Cutty and the Grail join forces for a hip-hop film series, Upstairs Art Gallery and the Tryon Theatre present a documentary on artist David Hockney and more.
This spooky, vintage-horror film-themed music video, edited by local artist Gus Cutty, is part of an ongoing project by hip-hop artist Grand Killa Con.
“There’s no ego battles,” muralist Ian Wilkinson says. “Everybody leaves it on the wall.”
Hannah Dansie’s show The Fishwife — opening at The Satellite Gallery on Friday, Aug. 7 — was named after a story from a Grimm’s fairytale book that was read to her as a child. It includes contributions from local artists Alli Good, Sarah Cavalieri, Gus Cutty, Maxx Hawthorne-Fiest, Andy Herod, Nicole McConville, Josie Mosser, Lauren Patton and Ian Wilkinson.
A four-person crew containing some of Asheville’s most notable muralists and painters recently took to the walls of Cullowhee. But those artists — Gus Cutty, Hannah Dansie, Alli Good and Ian Wilkinson — haven’t scaled the exteriors of Cullowhee’s restaurants, overpasses or collegiate edifices, as one might expect.
Local artist Gus Cutty is finishing up a new mural of Lou Reed in front of Static Records in downtown Asheville.
Gus Cutty opens a new collection of works in aerosol at The Satellite Gallery on Nov. 1.
Local artist Gus Gutty gives an insider look at his new show, a collection of works in aerosol, which opens at PUSH Skateshop and Gallery tonight. Click through for the video.
On the cover of the Dec. 5 Xpress, you printed a picture of a mural of Screamin' Jay Hawkins. You credited the photographer, but not the artist who painted the mural. The artist who painted the mural is Gus Cutty. He painted it free-hand, entirely with spray paint. He has numerous murals in and around […]
The two Asheville-based mural artists have finished two new pieces on the side of the old Penland Auction house, which will be torn down in four to six weeks.
Today was the last for an Asheville street art mainstay: the large battle mural on Carolina Lane. A new work by local artists Ishmael and Gus Cutty will go up in its place. (Photo by Jonathan Welch)
In Gus Cutty’s new mural at Forever Tattoo on Lexington Avenue, Chick-fil-A’s Dan Cathy appears more than a little gussied up, caked in makeup modeled after the famed American drag queen (and John Waters muse), Divine. (Photo courtesy of Gus Cutty)