Posts Tagged ‘paintings

The New York Minute exhibition which opens April 30th and runs through June 5, 2011 at the Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow, features over fifty artists who live in and around New York City, providing an overview of the most exciting new tendencies coming out of the city and its extended networks. Works are expressed [...]

Johannes Wohnseiferʼs first solo exhibition, Holes Filled With Time, is currently on show at the Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels, and features all new paintings, paperworks and photographs by the artist. This Moment For this exhibit Johannes Wohnseifer examined the significance of time for his own artistic practice. Combining past, present and future to a stream [...]

The artwork of Little Sonrisa can be described as whimsical, delicate, and quirky. The way the over-sized headed subjects stare at you, whether they be children or creatures, it’s almost as if they actually see you. Her work fits nicely into the lowbrow category. Sonya also known as Little Sonrisa states “I am Austrian by [...]

PHILIP TAAFE FIRST SOLO SHOW IN LONDON ‘PAINTINGS 2009-2011′ AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY An exhibition of new paintings by Philip Taaffe, titled Paintings 2009 – 2011, is currently running at the Gagosian Gallery, his first ever solo exhibition in London. Taaffe’s paintings are the slow product of wide-ranging meditations on the interrelation of forms and images in [...]

The Naked Truth About Art By Lorette C. Luzajic “Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither…” (Job 1:21) In a world where bombs and beheadings and shooting sprees and starvation are daily events, it’s hard to believe that anyone could find a naked woman offensive. But the nude, [...]

Walton Ford has always enjoys painting since he was a young boy. His large scale animal paintings are quite extraordinary. After living in New York City for well over 10 years he decided to move to Rhode Island and set up his studio. His work is described as “Composed of dense allegories that make sometimes [...]

William Fahey’s paintings can be considered borderline surrealism mixed with a twist of science fiction. He paints impossible things with an earth bound naturalism. This is no surprise as Fahey influences stem from imagery of Symbolists, surreal artworks and science fiction cover art. Symbolism, was prominent in the  late nineteenth-century style of French, Russian and Belgian origin [...]

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