James Rieck – Emotional Support exhibition at Lyons Wier Gallery, NY addresses and celebrates the relationship between people and pets. Rieck uses 1960s fashion, department store advertising, over saturated hues, unusual cropping and bold patterned backgrounds in his compositions. By directing you to the animal’s eyes not the human, the artist invites you to consider… Continue reading Emotional Support
Bernie Taupin – He Will Set Your Fields On Fire. Acrylic, flag material, musical instruments, resin, book pages, photography, cassettes and scorch panel. Chase Contemporary, NY.
Merete Rasmussen – Fluent, 2018 ceramic. J. Lohmann Gallery, NY.
The Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University and the Musée d’Orsay partner to present “Posing Modernity: The Black Model From Manet and Matisse to Today”. This exhibition explores the representation of the black figure as central to the development of modern art. The New York exhibition focuses specifically on the black female figure and how they are… Continue reading Posing Modernity
Re | Turning exhibition showcases the exquisite works of Philip and Matt Moulthrop’s at Heller Gallery, NY. These turned wood pieces represent three generations of craftsmanship and creativity from the highly acclaimed Moulthrop family. They use salvaged trees from the Southeast of the United States, turning the wood’s age and flaws into remarkable designs. Their… Continue reading Re | Turning
Andrew Schoultz’s solo exhibition Full Circle at Joshua Liner Gallery, New York. Featured image: Defiant Spectrum (Eye), 2018 acrylic on canvas over panel. Eye Spectrum Intersection, 2018 acrylic on canvas over panel Two Radiating Eyes (Orange and Blue), 2018 acrylic on canvas over panel Beast In Troubled Waters (The Facade Reveals Itself), 2018 acrylic on… Continue reading Full Circle
Tobias Møhl – Three Part Black Twill Collection, 2018 glass/illuminated presentation box. Heller Gallery, NY.
Edie Nadelhaft – Amboy, Route 66, 2017 oil on panel, vintage BMW mirror housing, metal handlebar. Lyons Wier Gallery, NY.
Connie Fox – Sammy’s Beach X, 2012 acrylic on canvas. Danese Corey Gallery, NY.
Whimsy, joy and childhood nostalgia are the key components in the Neverland exhibition at Unix Gallery by Miami based artist Pablo Dona. Featuring new mixed media works and photography, Dona states of his work, “I aim to create a bridge to childhood, tap into the emotions associated with the simple things in life, those that… Continue reading Neverland