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Masako Miki: The Mighty Shapeshifter
Masako Miki is a spiritual soothsayer, an artist who connects with the far reaches of the universe and communicates positivity and the unseen through varied techniques, from detailed animal portr
December 19, 2019
Baldur Helgason: ICELAND COMETH
Baldur Helgason’s paintings take you back to the springy, elastic era of Merrie Melodies cartoons, then bounce further into history with references to the Masters.
January 07, 2020
Adam Sorensen: The Electric Light Landscape
Adam Sorensen has established himself as a torchbearer for traditions of landscape painting and its vitality within a contemporary context.
December 30, 2019
JR: Everyday People
“Let me make an image that would describe [a feeling] without struggling with the words.” Midway through our tour of his massive retrospective, JR: Chronicles, at the Brooklyn Museum, JR quie
December 05, 2019
Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983
“Art must be an integral part of the struggle. It can’t simply mirror what’s taking place. It must adapt itself to human needs. It must ally itself with the forces of liberation.”
December 17, 2019
Rebecca Ness: The Tools of Her Trade
In a panoply of patterns, textures, brushstrokes and marks done with an array of tools, Rebecca Ness renders the hyper vibrant world before her. Framed exactly the way she perceives them, seeming
December 23, 2019
Lilian Martinez: Everyone's BFGF
The first time I saw a work by Lilian Martinez, it was a combination of three of my favorite things: basketball, vintage Nike and Matisse.
December 26, 2019
Diedrick Brackens: Dress for Adventure
Never use a textile metaphor with Diedrick Brackens. He’s heard enough. The tropes of his medium are woven into the fabric of our lives, and once you’re aware of this constant thread, you’l
January 21, 2020
Artscape Sweden: The Magical Mural Tour
Last midsommar, in a magical northern Swedish village where, in a painterly gradient, the sun only sets for a few hours each day and a mystical fog lays low in the morning across hay fields, a gr
January 23, 2020
Dominique Fung: The Weight of Water
Western art history, as a whole, can be an unreliable vision. For centuries, European painters have heralded systems of imperialism through their works and, for the average art viewer, it’s dif
January 27, 2020
Danny Fox: The Beast Within
Danny Fox is a painter from the UK who has been working in Los Angeles for the last few years. He has achieved a rare feat among contemporary artists, penetrating the art world and showing at est
February 04, 2020
Who is Michael Jang? A Conversation with the Master of the Long Game
Seeing Michael Jang's work for the first time, you might assume he's long been a fixture of the photography world. His work feels like it belongs alongside some of the medium's greats, part of a
Success is a tricky concept. You hope that the process is its own reward, that fame and prestige aren't your primary motivations, but who doesn't seek some level of appreciation, acceptance, and
September 23, 2019
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