Posts Tagged ‘Visual Arts

CLAYTON BROTHERS EXHIBITION AT MMOCA Clayton Brothers: Inside Out, at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, is a a new major exhibition that presents twenty-six paintings and three mixed-media installations created collaboratively by brothers Rob and Christian Clayton. The Clayton Brothers construct complex narratives that introduce memorable characters and comment wryly on contemporary life.

Sculptures by FAZ

17, Aug 2010

For sculptor FAZ, expression has always gone through matter. Language could not find a better echo than in form. As a child, she learned sculpture watching women sculptors from another age, who used to come to the family house in the summertime, in the heart of Provence. These sculptors were her mother’s “dear friends”, from [...]

The 2010 Summer Group Exhibition showcasing 24 artists, including established gallery regulars, emerging artists, and newcomers is currently showing at the Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City. The exhibition will feature painting, assemblage, drawing, and sculpture, with works by: Cleon Peterson, David Kassan, Dennis McNett, Evan Hecox, Ian Francis, James Roper, Jeremy Fish, Jessica Joslin, [...]

Russian artist Olga Balabanova resides in Nizhniy Novgorod. Here are some samples of her beautiful paintings.

If you have never heard of The White Rabbit Gallery, here is your change to learn more about this amazing gallery that shows everything from sculptures to paintings to photography and installations. The White Rabbit Collection is one of the world’s largest and most significant collections of contemporary Chinese art. Founded by Kerr and Judith [...]

DANIEL RICHTER ‘SPAGOTZEN’ EXHIBITION AT GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC Under the title Spagotzen, a neologism coined by the artist, the exhibition comprises fifteen works showing mysterious figures bathed in an artificial light typical of Richter, against a sometimes seismographically linear background. They seem like actors on a stage, engaged in strange kinds of interaction.

Zeng’s Animal Print Collages are quite eery but have underlying quality of curiousity that draws you in.

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