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 [...]
Chris Sheridan’s ‘Shadows, Persona, and Trickery’ show opens this Saturday, June 18th, 2011, at Art Whino Gallery in National Harbor, Maryland, right outside DC. A collection of paintings which influenced by the effects of magic and religion and how they played a role in building our early societies, and the disconnect between these theories and [...]
For his eleventh one-person show, Lamar Peterson New Work, Peterson returns to his familiar subjects of the landscape and the suburban experience, depicting scenarios of dream-like chaos with a cartoon vernacular in his solo exhibition of new work at Fredericks & Freiser Gallery in New York City. Inspired by elementary school bulletin boards, educational activity [...]
In his first solo show in New York, titled If You Don’t Belong, Don’t Be Long, Scott Campbell presents a series of his trademark cut currency work and three-dimensional pieces, alongside prints and hologram paintings at the Oh Wow Gallery. His subject matter and iconography translate blue-collar grit and the lore of tattoo culture.
Her name was Lola, she had an art show. Lola’s Fine Art Show to be exact. Lola, born in 1975, considers herself a dreamer who in her own words states “I like to invent, imagine, and execute a place full of space where the world can evolve into a magical copacetic machine, sparing the disintegration [...]