• Tomas Hirst

      Friday, 22 April 2011 12:31

      “While intellectually the works certainly offer their challenges, the overriding impact of Brainstorm is the aesthetic beauty of the responses.” Annie Cattrell, From Within, 2010. Silvered bronze, 2/3 32 x 13. Courtesy of GV Art Gallery.     Susan Aldworth, Brainscape, 2010. 17 etching and aquatint, 70 30 x 25. Courtesy of GV Art Gallery. […]

    • Claudia Eve Beauchesne

      Thursday, 21 April 2011 21:57

      “A London-based writer and multi-disciplinary artist with a minimal online presence, Husni-Bey is one of ArteFiera’s most intriguing new talents.” Yerbossyn Meldibekov e Nurbossyn Oris, My brother my enemy, 2001. Courtesy of Nina Lumer, Milano (G.L.O.W. Platform).  Santiago Ydanez, Untitled, 2009. Courtesy of Galeria Sandunga, Granada. ArteFiera Spotlight Claudia Eve Beauchesne Now in its 35th […]

    • Painters & Poets

      Wednesday, 20 April 2011 12:35

      “He was part of a revolutionary quartet that included Kenneth Koch, John Ashbery and James Schuyler; know today as the nucleus of New York School of Poetry.” Larry Rivers, Pyrography: Poem and Portrait of John Ashbery II, 1977.  Acrylic on canvas, 76 x 58 inches. Courtesy of Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York. Joe Brainard […]

    • SKIN Erica Simone

      Tuesday, 19 April 2011 22:17

      On the heels of an exciting new solo show at Dash Gallery in Soho, I caught up with photographer/artist Erica Simone.  Her recent show entitled Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen, is comprised of photographs that critique traditional values in American culture.  The show will be on view from April 14 – April […]

    • Catlalina Rojas, Chile in Light

      Tuesday, 12 April 2011 13:29

      “The spectacle aims to summarize the most important moments in the history of Chile, while rescuing the country’s richness and beauties among other ideas.”Chile a la Luz (Chile in Light) is the project that has brought worldwide attention to multifaceted Chilean aritst, Catalina Rojas. Well known in her native Chile, Rojas is most famous for her prolific representation of Chilean cultural heritage and […]

    • Liang Weizhou: A Painted Perspective

      Wednesday, 6 April 2011 12:20

      Furthering a long tradition of pictorial photographers and photo-realistic painters, Liang Weizhou’s photographic works illustrate new possibilities found between painting and photography. As evident in several of his surrealist and expressionist paintings from the early 1990s, Liang Weizhou has regularly explored the visual and conceptual relationship between painting and photography in his personal life and […]

    • EDWARD HOPPER AND HIS TIME

      Wednesday, 30 March 2011 08:43

      “Hopper was not interested in the lively social world depicted by many of his colleagues, but he shared their interest in capturing moments of solitude and in using bold, simplified forms to infuse his scenes with dramatic monumentality.” Edward Hopper, Seven A. M., 1948. Oil on canvas, 30 3/16 x 40 1/8 inches. Purchase and […]

    • Mollyne Karnofsky

      Monday, 28 March 2011 01:29

      “I have an affinity for found objects and found spaces. It seems to me a creative plus to utilize objects in the environments of my own Found Spaces such as broken and discarded objects or transform the space with my Paper Environments.”. Mollyne Karnofsky, Open Deck, City is Situ, 2007. Mixed media and paper, 11 […]

    • Riding the Crest of the Latin American Art Wave

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 22:29

      It was only a few years ago, 2007 to be exact, that ‘The Pinta People’ taking a big gamble took the art world by surprise by mounting the world’s first international Latin American Modern & Contemporary Art Show at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. With 35 international galleries and countless Hispanic artists from […]

    • Women Without Men

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 22:15

      Shirin Neshat has for over a decade fascinated us with the beauty, sensuous, timelessness of both her photographic works, and single and multi-channel video works. Born in Qazvin, Shirin Neshat left Iran just before the Islamic Revolution of 1979 and the subsequent fall of the Shah. Since l983, Neshat’s art works have raised important questions […]

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