Raphael Gindt, Street Art and Muralist from Luxembourg at Artexpo New York fine arts fair. Love his use of color.
Month: April 2018
Make Some Color
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. For 40 years Artexpo New York showcases innovative artists, galleries… Continue reading Make Some Color
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.
Abstraction In Chinese Art
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.
Nude In Blue
Jacob Dhein – Nude in Blue VI, 2017 oil on panel. Stricoff Fine Art, NY.
Niko Luomo – Proximity exhibition at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, NY. His pieces are large scale photographic works called Adaptations based on Cubist ideas of visual space. Art masterpieces are broken down into geometric shapes and reassembled using multiple exposures to a negative. Featured image: Adaptation of ‘Les Demoiselles d’Avignone’ by Pablo Picasso, (1907) –2017 Adaptation… Continue reading Proximity