• FREEZE

      Frieze London 2014

      Friday, 17 October 2014 16:22

      Frieze London 2014: Wednesday 15 October (Professional Day, premium tickets only) Thursday 16 October Friday 17 October Saturday 18 October Frieze London is the contemporary art event of the year. In addition to being able to see and buy art by over 1,000 of the world’s leading artists, the fair features Frieze Projects, the fair’s […]

    • silicon-valley

      ART SILICON VALLEY/SAN FRANCISCO

      Friday, 17 October 2014 16:13

      ART SILICON VALLEY/SAN FRANCISCO OCTOBER 9-12, 2014 75 International Galleries | Can’t Miss Art Talks | Special Exhibitions Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco (Art SV/SF) is Art Miami’s new International Contemporary and Modern Art Fair on the West Coast opening October 9-12, 2014. Centrally located between Silicon Valley and San Francisco, the fair is proud to […]

    • Ted Gahl

      One Burning Question with Ted Gahl

      Friday, 18 July 2014 09:00

      Ted Gahl’s paintings resist definition. Working mostly in abstraction, Gahl’s works often incorporate drawn elements and concise written phrases into their seemingly deep layers of gestural accumulation. Just as serious about abstraction as he is interested in cultural reference and the occasional joke, the artist unveils a longtime art crush in this week’s One Burning […]

    • Hyongyon Park, Ningensama, 2009. Acrylic and Japanese paper on canvas, 76.3 x 63.7 in. Collection of Shin Gallery.

      Reconstructing Individuality: Groundbreaking Korean Artists

      Thursday, 17 July 2014 09:00

      Hyongyon Park Drawing deeply from Korean Shamanism, also known as Mugyo, Hyongyon’s images are constructed of mysterious and otherworldly figures depicted as shaman. As a descendant of the Heavenly King, a shaman connects the physical world to the spiritual world seeking to help overcome people’s negative emotions and spiritual weaknesses. This healer, however, is often […]

    • Judy Blum Reddy, Timetables, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.

      Leah Oates Talks Art and NYC with Judy Blum Reddy

      Wednesday, 16 July 2014 09:01

      Leah Oates: How did you become an artist and what is your family background? Judy Blum Reddy: I wanted to be an artist since childhood. My parents fled Austria because of the war and I was born shortly after their arrival. As an only child, they were always very supportive of my whimsies. I went […]

    • Rachel Wingfield, Mathias Gmachl, Sonumbra de Vincy, 2008. Courtesy of Loop.pH.

      Environmentally Conscious Art Installations

      Tuesday, 15 July 2014 14:58

      Rachel Wingfield and Mathias Gmachl Carefully composed electro-luminescent strands are woven into large parasols that are able to offer shade in the heat of the day as well as provide a source of light at night. The light is emitted from a network of solar cells which are embedded in the canopy of these dynamic […]

    • Peter Demos

      One Burning Question with Peter Demos

      Friday, 11 July 2014 09:00

      Peter Demos isn’t afraid to trim things back. Using a strategically reduced color palette and limiting his language of abstraction at every turn, his work is hard-edged, bold, and easy to identify as his own. To someone who just came across the work, it may look quite compositionally homogenous. In this week’s One Burning Question, […]

    • Abinadi Meza, Still from the Hour Between Dog and Wolf, 2013. Found film footage transferred to video, original sound. Image courtesy of the artist.

      Debating the Darkness: Talking Film with Abinadi Meza

      Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:00

      Matthew Hassell: Your work takes many forms from writing, to sound, to moving image. Is all of this part of one rolling, organically forming vision, or do you see them as separate pursuits? Abinadi Meza: Working across a range of formats lets me explore very specific aspects of the concepts and materials I’m interested in. […]

    • The artist with Resin Typewriter.

      The Life and Times of Luis Perelman

      Wednesday, 9 July 2014 09:00

      L. Brandon Krall:  You grew up in a cultured and affluent family in New York City, your mother was an editor at Look magazine and your father was a psychiatrist.  Talk about your discovery of art, experiences as a child making collages from paper you mother brought home from the Look art department, and mazes. Also […]

    • Allen Ruppersberg, The Singing Posters, 2003. Courtesy of the artist.

      The Allen Ruppersberg Sourcebook from ICI

      Tuesday, 8 July 2014 09:00

      We point kaleidoscopes at the light to examine the creation of forms. The Allen Ruppersberg Sourcebook: Reanimating the 20th century, is a similar contrivance. It’s the second sourcebook in a series by Independent Curators International (ICI). The sourcebook is made up of archival materials, which were influential to Allen Ruppersberg’s art, specifically over nine projects (1978-2012). […]

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