Critical reflection on the internal dialogue between (1) our socially intelligent, thoroughly indoctrinated, functional understanding of the world versus (2) the logic of our most innate feelings and impulses, is what I find is encouraged here[…]
It was really curious the similarities and thought processes between athletics and making art. Endless practice, rehearsal, over and over and over.
Inspired by her dense dramatic charcoal drawing, executed on stark white paper, Hrbacek cultivates eerie hybrid plant forms as they emerge through the drawing process, coaxing these unfathomable figural apparitions into coherent energized human-like entities that disclose the organic origins of all natural systems.
Lesny sits down with Liz and Val in their studio in Soho for a long conversation about their art making.
A pioneer of American Minimalism, Tadaaki Kuwayama exhibits his first work in titanium in his solo exhibition at Gary Snyder Gallery.
New York City base artist Trudy Benson is currently showing at the Mike Weiss gallery and we had a chance to interview her as she sat down in her studio to discuss many aspects of her painting process.
…hacking has been elevated from the purely technical realm of science and engineering to that of an art…one that can be mastered. The terms “elegance”, “expression” and “think outside the box” each appeared once.
Once called a “bad boy” of the Japanese art world, his newly completed Ash Color Mountains gives another impression of the artist.
…every show is good practice in some way.
…works that mesh Mickey Mouse and Michelangelo, revolvers and circuit boards, mirrors and neon lights.