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Lisa Congdon You Won’t Believe her  Amazing Art 2021

Lisa Congdon You Won’t Believe her Amazing Art 2021

| August 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Stumbling, eclectic and intense; three words that San Francisco based artist Lisa Congdon uses to describe her work. She began in the education and non-profit world and worked her way onto the art scene later in life. When she began producing art at the age of 33, she had no formal training – save a painting class […]

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Amazing Living Images Etsuko Ichikawa’s Ephemeral Eternal 2021

Amazing Living Images Etsuko Ichikawa’s Ephemeral Eternal 2021

| August 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Smoke unfurling from an unseen source. A jellyfish-like sea creature bending itself under the waves. A restless spirit caught in a photograph. These are all images that come to mind when looking at the works of Etsuko Ichikawa and images that convinced me there is a definite energy and life in her work. In perusing the pieces […]

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Alex Gross ‘Discrepancies’ 2021

Alex Gross ‘Discrepancies’ 2021

| August 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Artist:  Alex Gross The Show: Discrepancies Solo Exhibition at Jonathan Levine Gallery, New York. A major showing of new work by the Los Angeles-based artist in conjunction with the release of a new monograph (also titled Discrepancies) from Gingko Press. Gross’s elaborate, dreamlike scenes combine vintage and contemporary imagery to investigate the staging of daily life […]

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India Art Summit 2009 in New Delhi Very Impressive

India Art Summit 2009 in New Delhi Very Impressive

| August 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Anish Kapoor, C Curve 2007 The second annual India Art Summit takes place in New Delhi between the 19th and 22nd of August. If you are not planning to visit India but are interested in Indian contemporary art, you can still join in the fun through the India Art Summit 2009 website. The 2009 summit builds on the landmark […]

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The Kafka Suite @ the Chelsea Hotel 2021

The Kafka Suite @ the Chelsea Hotel 2021

| August 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Chelsea Hotel: Ok, its around 2 AM, New York time. Our ride from JFK to Manhattan was visually informative enough, but lately, considering the layovers, it seems that just flying across the U.S. takes an entire day. I’m sure this is directly attributed to my finding cheaper flight packages online. In any event, after […]

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Optimism in the Age of Global War: Istanbul Biennial 2007

Optimism in the Age of Global War: Istanbul Biennial 2007

| August 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

Art biennials are becoming an important fixture in the global art arena and seem to be sprouting up in the most unlikely corners of the world. Before this phenomenon began, there were three key biennials: Venice (founded 1895), Sao Paulo (founded 1951) and Istanbul (in 1973). The Istanbul Biennial, which is equal in stature to the Venice […]

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Deadly Arts 2021

Deadly Arts 2021

| August 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

Deadly Arts: An ominously dense deluge of debate hangs heavy in the atmosphere of the art community. Gregor Schneider, a German artist, decided that his next piece of art will be similar to the execution of a criminal. The only difference is that there will be no execution and there will be no criminal, just death […]

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Color Chart Reinventing Color from 1950 to Today at the MOMA

Color Chart Reinventing Color from 1950 to Today at the MOMA

| August 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

If you need to infuse a gray spring with a hint of color, New York’s Museum of Modern Art is the place to do it, with the museum’s exhibition Color Chart: Reinventing Color from 1950 to Today. The exhibition’s departure point is the commercial color chart, which declares the status of color as mass-produced and standardized. […]

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Repeating Explosions : Cai Guo Qiang 2021

Repeating Explosions : Cai Guo Qiang 2021

| August 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

Cai Guo Qiang: How can an exhibition be in two museums at once? We’re not talking about a digital piece or a film, but actual sculptures. If you’re an artist such as Cai Guo Qiang, just make a copy. This is exactly what he did for his Inopportune: Stage One exhibit at the Guggenheim in New York. Well, […]

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Another Man’s Trash…. 2021

Another Man’s Trash…. 2021

| August 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

Another Man’s trash: Sustainability is slowly becoming a part of all aspects of our lives. From organic cotton tees, to reusable shopping totes, to hybrid cars; there are very few parts left untouched by the “green” market. Now, we are even seeing eco-consciousness in the works of artists. Although some creations make a statement about our […]

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