Rationalities

South African ceramic artist Katherine Glenday’s porcelain works explore the contrasts of organic textures on soft skin-like surfaces. These elegant and delicate pieces seem paper-light in appearance, almost as if they would float away and break in a light breeze defying the materiality of the porcelain. Glenday manages this by stretching the porcelain to its… Continue reading Rationalities

Little Island NYC

Meet New York City’s newest public park, Little Island, on the Hudson River off Pier 54. Little Island is located in Hudson River Park and was once home to the Lenape tribe. Between 1910 and 1935, Pier 54 operated the British Cunard-White Star line, serving as a point of departure and return for trans-Atlantic ocean… Continue reading Little Island NYC

Between Either And Or

New York-based artist Tim Wilson’s solo exhibition Between Either and Or at Nathalie Karg Gallery, NY, presented works that embrace pre-modernist modes of painting of domestic interiors gleaned from television and film. Featured image:Stairway I, 2021 oil on paper mounted on linen stretched panel

Gordon Parks: Half And The Whole

Visionary artist and photographer Gordon Parks (1912-2006) was witness to the life and turmoil of Black Americans that continues to influence American culture to this day. Jack Shainman Gallery, NY in collaboration with the Gordon Parks Foundation mounted the ‘Half and the Whole’ exhibition, featuring photographs that span from 1942–1970. Many of those images are… Continue reading Gordon Parks: Half And The Whole

Truth About Me

ArtLeadHer exhibition, “The Truth About Me” at Urban Zen New York feature works conceived through the perspective of 19 female-identifying and non-binary artists. Featured image by Tawny Chatmon

Strange Instrument

David Goldblatt’s black and white photographs depicts life and conditions during apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa. The Strange Instrument exhibition at Pace Gallery in New York features 45 vintage prints from Goldblatt that offers the artist’s view of the beauty, brutality and humanity in everyday lives under those conditions. “The camera is a strange instrument.… Continue reading Strange Instrument

A Perfect Storm

Jessica Lichtenstein’s solo exhibition at Winston Wächter Fine Art gallery in NY “A Perfect Storm”, is in response to the the past year’s many turmoils and our daily thoughts and anxieties about them. In the exhibition Lichtenstein created a lush forest with tree nymphs made clearer upon closer inspection. In addition to other works, most… Continue reading A Perfect Storm

Black and White

New York based artist Davide Balliano’s first solo exhibition at Tina Kim Gallery features an array of paintings and sculptures. He is known for his linear geometric black and white paintings in hypnotic patterns and monumental sculptures. Featured image: Untitled_0194, 2021 plaster, gesso and varnish on Belgian linen