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Conor Harrington: Stakes Is High
"Any real change should make you feel, at first, afraid," author Nathan Hill writes at the conclusion of The Nix. "If you’re not afraid of it, then it’s not real change." About an hour after leaving a London pub with Conor Harrington on a cool October evening, I found myself in the hotel lobby, nightcap in hand, and this book, which I have been enjoying over the course of a few trans-Atlantic flights now. It hit me, the idea of real change and the fear that comes with it is exactly what Conor was telling me without really outright proclaiming, "Change is the necessary scary one needs in their life!" If a leap in your art career doesn’t make you feel just a bit nervous and fearful, it’s probably not a leap at all in the first place. This fall, Conor made the leap, hit it straight on, and it’s starting to look beautiful on the other side.December 01, 2016
Mehdi Ghadyanloo "Spaces Of Hope" in Boston
One of Iran’s most known public artists, Mehdi Ghadyanloo, recently completed a major public commission in Boston for the Rose Kennedy Greenway project. Following Shinique Smith in 2014 and Os Gemeos in 2012, the Teheran-based artist painted "Spaces Of Hope" at the renowned 5,230 square foot Greenway Wall as part of their prestigious public art program.November 22, 2016
Frank Stella: A Retrospective
“One learns about painting by looking at and imitating other painters. I can’t stress enough how important it is, if you are interested at all in painting, to look, and to look a great deal, at painting. There is no other way to find out about painting.” Excerpted from the artist’s 1960 lecture at Pratt Institute, this simple dictum personifies Frank Stella: deep, direct, and ready to work.November 10, 2016
Travis Hetman's "Throwing the Fight"
Travis Hetman's "Throwing the Fight" is a fearless and yet subdued body of work, featuring delicate graphite renderings of fighters -- Ali, lions -- interposed with sunken calligraphies that feel like soft abstractions at the same time. His latest show is up at SVPERORDINARY gallery in Denver, Colorado.October 27, 2016
Andrew Pinkham's "Theater of the Mind"
"My current body of work is titled, Theater of the Mind and I have been working on it for nearly a year. In this series of illustrative photographs, I set out to visually construct what I am most afraid of through staged portraits. The images are autobiographical and based on a my personal insecurities, although portrayed through others. At first glance, the allure of each portrait draws the viewer in, only to be confronted with depictions of potent symbolism and meaning."October 26, 2016