Artist and activist Patricia Obletz, from Buffalo, Manhattan, Chicago, now Milwaukee, studied life drawing and painting at Parsons School of Design and at the National Fine Art Academy at Art Students League from 1965-68, where she studied with Vaclav Vytlacil in 1972. Still Thinking
DESIGNER KARIM RASHID ‘UNPLANNED BRUTALISM’ NEW FURNITURE UNVEILING Karim Rashid will be showing his new furniture designs at Vintage 20 in New York City, on show November 5 – 8, 2010. Vintage 20 is a Manhattan based firm specializing in European mid-century furniture and decorative art.
MARC CHAGALL EXHIBIT IN HAMBURG The Bucerius Kunst Forum is showing around 150 works by Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985) in an exhibit titled Marc Chagall. Lifelines now through January 16, 2011. The exhibition presents numerous paintings, drawings and prints by Chagall from the collection of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, which can be seen for [...]
Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968 exhibition features more that fifty works by Pop art’s most significant female artists and is the first major exhibition to explore in depth the contributions of female Pop artists. The exhibition will be on view in the Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and in the adjacent fourth-floor [...]
A solo exhibition of new work by Neck Face (an anonymous graffiti artist, known for his frightening drawing style and humorous writings) is coming to OHWOW on October 31 and running through November 20, 2010. Into Darkness is a homecoming presentation (of sorts) for the California native, as he unveils his latest series of drawings, paintings, [...]
The Belgian artist, simply known as Amatic HK, produces some amazing paintings and urban street art murals. Take a look.
An exhibition of Matthys Gerber’s paintings are currently on show at the Sarah Cottier Gallery in Sydney, Australia through October 23, 2010. Gerber was born in the Netherlands in 1956 and has lived in Australia since 1971 and works primarily with painting and photography. The work tends to hover between abstraction and representation. Jeep