When there is little color, make some. Russian artist Syuzanna Kamara said when she looks out the window on a typical Moscow day she normally sees shades of grey so she paints with bold color. Some of the many beautiful pieces at Artexpo New York.
Joan Mitchell – Untitled, 1964 oil on canvas. Phillips Auction House, NY.
Zie Otto – Americanoh-New Glory White Tina Fire, Photograph on Fine Art Paper. Agora Gallery, NY. His subjects are usually relegated to the foreground. “Like a movie director, he allows his subjects to hide behind a mask of emotional expressivity: a look concealing the subjectivity of the person who actually gives it.”
Pablo Picasso – Still Life with Liqueur Bottle, 1909. Oil on canvas. Museum of Modern Art.
Gary Mirabelle – Torso II, bronze. Stricoff Fine Art, NY.
Iftah Geva – Stool, Carbon Fiber and Wood at Agora Gallery, NY Lyrical Abstraction exhibition.
Mao Lizi: Abstraction in Chinese Art exhibition at Agora Gallery, NY. A pioneer in contemporary Chinese art, Mao’s pieces consists of several Ambiguous Flower paintings created using oil on canvas done in blue, brown or grey oils.