At the Black Book Gallery in Denver, New York-born, San Francisco-based artist Jeremy Fish is having a solo exhibition entitled "Anger Management" (On view through July 25th, 2015) featuring 18 of his most recent works made in 2015.

For the last twenty years, Fish, 40, a workaholic artist and illustrator has been residing in Little Italy at the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco which has historically been home to a large Italian American population. 

In November last year, doctors found an aneurysm–an excessive localized enlargement of an artery– in Fish's brain which was probably a product of the artist's compulsiveness working hard and long hours, his constant rage and Italian temper.

From July 9th to August 29th, 2015 the Haines Gallery in San Francisco will inaugurate the first U.S. gallery exhibition for Nile Sunset Annex, an ambitious artist-run space that operates in a flat in Cairo, Egypt. 

Founded in 2013 by U.K.

With a solo exhibition scheduled for 2016 entitled "The Brotherhood" Luis De Jesus Gallery shared with us a digital animation gif by Italian-born, New York-based artist  Federico Solmi (Guggenheim Fellowship Grant Video & Audio Category, 2009) to celebrate observance of today's national holiday of Independence Day.

Brotherhood is Solmi's second solo at Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles.

The L.A.-based gallery 101/EXHIBIT has announced that it will participate [Booth 407] in Market Art + Design (previously known as Art Market Hamptons) for their fifth consecutive year featuring artists Colin Chillag, Robin Eley, Ian Ingram, Chambliss Giobbi, Kristen Schiele, and Kent Williams.

The Market Art + Design launches this month as the evolution of Art Market Hamptons, the east end's premier modern and contemporary art fair.

On Thursday, July 9th, 2015, the London-based Carroll / Fletcher will present an Artist Tour & Conversation with U.K. artist Justin Hibbs and former collaborators & guests: Ben Lancaster (Musician), Rosalind Davis (Artist/Curator), David Ben White (Artist/Curatorial Collaborator) & Jessica Cerasi (Curator) in which he will be discussing the role of collaboration in his practice, particularly in relation to his latest body of work, Alias_Re_Covered (On view through September 12th, 20-15).

The Venezuelan American Endowment for the Arts, VAEA led by its Chairman, Alí Cordero Casal has announced today that the organization's highest award, The Páez Medal of Art will be presented this year on November 18th, 2015 in New York City to American portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz.

An atmosphere as celebratory as the Chromatropic print that permeated Hall 1 Süd characterized this year’s fair, which ended on Sunday June 21 after a week packed with record sales, notable visitors and exceptional design. 

The 10th edition of Design Miami/ Basel boasted the strongest and most diverse gallery program yet, with exhibitors from Beijing to New York presenting work that ran the gamut from delicate jewelry to oversized basalt benches.

As part of the Summer Exhibitions at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Downtown Tampa, this coming Friday, July 3rd, 2015 at 6PM, the Museum will inaugurate a dual show at 3rd Floor entitled New Visions in Photography 2015 with photographers Henthorne and Joseph Gamble.

New Visions, is FMoPA’s annual platform for emerging artists navigating contemporary aesthetic and cultural trends.

It’s Better On The Beach, a marketing umbrella for Fort Lauderdale Beach's local landmark establishments including Spazio, Tsukuro, Sangrias, St. Barts Café, Blondies and Rock Bar, kicks off its celebration of summer with a launch party for its new and innovative summer events programming entitled FAME.

His first solo exhibition at L.A. Louver was in 1978, and from Wednesday July 15th to September 19th, 2015 British artist  David Hockney will be having his 16th show at the Gallery entitled "David Hockney, Painting and Photography."

One of the world's most influential artists, Hockney, 77, doesn't appear to be planning to retire any time soon.