Posts Tagged ‘paintings

Currently running at Modern Art Gallery in London is Barry McGee third solo exhibition at the gallery and his first exhibition in London in six years. Barry McGee’s style and visual language has an instantly recognizable character and unique voice. His work draws its structures and graphic impact from the influences of  tagging, ‘Mission School’ abstraction, [...]

Opening July 29, 2011 are two shows running in conjunction with one another at the Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. One titled  ‘Genesis to Revelation’ which features the following artists: Chris Mars, Luke Chueh, Billy Norrby, Christian VanMinen, Naoto Hattori, Tin, Leslie Ditto, Keith Weesner, Jeff Christensen, Charles Manson, Anthony Ausgang, Erik Alos, The [...]

The first solo exhibition in San Francisco of Margaret Kilgallen’s work in 13 years is currently on view at the Ratio 3 gallery and will include a selection of works-on-paper and paintings on canvas, some never before seen. Many of the works are painted on discarded pages from books, emphasizing Kilgallen’s resourcefulness and economy of [...]

Book Review – Painters Eleven: a Brief Lesson in Canadian Art History by Lorette C. Luzajic There is vivid, exciting art culture in Canada beyond our stunning natural landscape and the Group of Seven, who translated that heritage into a national treasure and revealed it to the world. The Group of Seven has become synonymous [...]

On the surface, Italian artist Valentina Brostean’s beautiful digital art and traditional paintings are surreal and grotesque, with its audience appreciating the subject matter, skill and curiosity it conveys. However the pieces she creates offer deeper meaning and reflect on the artists views on life and personal experience. Not only does she create these wonderments, [...]

Anima Mundi, a solo exhibition by the renowned German artist, Imi Knoebel is currently on show at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris. In this selection of new works Knoebel illustrates the brilliance of his minimalist approach to color in a series of small paintings: five single, two pairs, two groups of three, two four and [...]

Currently on show at the Limner Gallery, in Hudson, New York, are new paintings by Slowinski, an artist that analyzes American cultural themes, influenced by the social and political issues of the moment. As the culture changes around him, the narrative element in his work changes to reflect it. Chicken Soup

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