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NY Arts Magazine - Paintings by Manuella Muerner Marioni  
1/9/15 Posted 1/9/15 Have anyone seen my Paintings ? Artist: Manuella Muerner MarioniTitle: Spectrum Art FaceMedium: Acrylic with Spectrum glass Fragments on CanvasSize: 35.45 x 35.45 x 2 inches (Height x Width x Depth)Year: 2014This Painting disappeared at the Art Hamptons 2014, at Booth 414 !!!!! Artist: Manuella Muerner MarioniTitle: Spectrum Art Face DarkMedium: Acrylic with Spectrum glass Fragments on CanvasSize: 35.45 x 35.45 x 2 inches (Height x Width x... [more]

From Censored to Celebrated: An Interview with Betty Tompkins  
3/9/14 Posted 3/9/14

New York, Mar. 2014: Before Jeff Koons, Thomas Ruff, Terry Richardson and their raffish ilk appropriated porn for high-art settings, Betty Tompkins was meticulously reproducing scenes of heterosexual penetration in pencil, acrylic, airbrush and ink. Her monochrome images make it clear that porn, not real-life sex, is her subject and underscore the harsh binary responses to her controversial subject and artwork, and to her identity as a woman artist. Tompkins’ large-scale images of furry, s... [more]

“Casual Stripes and Warm Layers”   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Sarah Bednarek, Amelia Midori Miller, Christian Sampson at The ArtBridge Drawing Room May 2nd, 2013 - August 1st, 2013
Posted 8/6/13

Among rising gallery rents and the endless expansion of larger cultural institutions in New York, micro-spaces like ArtBridge’s Drawing Room offer a respite. Ramshackle Kaleidoscope, curated by Jordana Zeldin, is a bite-sized summer exhibition that explores a wing of New Casualism. The smallness of the space – it was once a closet – is suited to the works on display: they are approachable objects, and converse comfortably with each other. Casualists tend towards the jokey and intentional... [more]

Bada Reborn - My artwork where I show my sister battle against the cancer, our faith, her victory  
5/14/13 Posted 5/14/13

My sister was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2011. My painting ‘Bada Re-Born’ is a tribute to her. Bada is my sister’s nickname and this painting tells the story of her journey from disease to renewed health. This painting which is 72 inches x 72 inches is on exhibition at the Opera Gallery in Miami, Florida. It is a mixed medium geometric piece. I used nails as a metaphor speaking to my sister’s pain as being analogous to the pain of Christ during his crucifixion. Piano wire, tape, acrylic paint and... [more]

My Work at the Highland Park Art Center  
4/22/13 Posted 8/16/13

frje Echeverria Work at the Highland Park Art Center As Part of the Show Faces Forward May, 2013 ... [more]

Subverting Society: Autonomy in the Portraiture of Barkley L. Hendricks   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Barkley L. Hendricks at Jack Shainman Gallery 20th Street February 28th, 2013 - April 6th, 2013
Posted 3/12/13

“If I didn't define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people's fantasies for me and eaten alive.” —Audre Lorde One might assume that the power of the artist lies in his ability to create his subjects. The series of portraits shown in Barkley L. Hendricks’ Heart Hands Eyes Mind, however, finds its unique authority in the artist’s capacity to allow his characters to define themselves. Rather than dictating the terms of their appearances, Hendricks seems to paint his subjects as they... [more]

Look out for the unicorn   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Elisheva Biernoff at Eli Ridgway Gallery February 2nd, 2013 - March 9th, 2013
Posted 3/9/13

After going to this show, I spent the next two days holed up reading Rebecca West’s Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: A Journey Through Yugoslavia. In around 1200 pages, West details her journey with her husband to Yugoslavia after World War One. Indistinguishable between fiction and non-fiction, she tells stories of past and present lives and experiences, bridging the distance between the reader and the experience. The story opens on a train: I could not have gone on to justify my certainty that this trai... [more]

Salesroom Artist:Joao Carlos Andrade Rebelo  
3/6/13 Posted 3/6/13

(Image: Joao Carlos Andrade Rebelo, Grape little girl (Menina Uva), 2011, Acrylics on canvas, 80 x 60 x 1 cms; ©Joao Carlos Andrade Rebelo)   Joao Carlos Andrade Rebelo (b. 1956, Tomar, Ribatejo, Portugal) A self-taught artist, he studied Philosophy at Lisbon University. Now he teaches at Peso da Regua, Douro. He has done several solo exhibitions in Portugal. A few years ago he found the mysteries of the vinyard. So he started studied the plant looking at it along the year capturing the changes and... [more]

Watchlist Artist: Mara De Luca  
Mara De Luca at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles 2/27/13 Posted 2/27/13

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles is pleased to announce CRUISE COLLECTION 2013: New Paintings by Mara De Luca. The show will remain on view through March 30, 2013. Graphic chic. Sketched from essential lines. Sculpted by optical combinations. Ignited by striking flashes of light. For Cruise Collection 2013, a modern bon ton by Mara De Luca. "For Cruise Collection 2013, I have created the poetic drama and darkly romantic mood of Rainer Maria Rilke's existential poetry while re-examining visual codes thr... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Dov Lederberg  
2/9/13 Posted 2/9/13

(Image: Dov Lederberg,  Stones on Fire #1,  2012, airbrushed acrylics & mixed materials on canvas, 19 x 37 x 4 inches; © Dov Lederberg)   Dov Lederberg (b. Bronx, NY, USA) I am engaged in the converging vectors of art and science, but receive added inspiration from kabbalah teachings & meditation and try to create visual forms (in paintings on canvas but also video art) conducive to mystical experience and self-transformation. I like to regard myself as an "emerging" artist creating art with many layer... [more]

Materiality and Surface: abstracting form   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Derek Dunlop, Dil Hildebrand, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline, Holger Kalberg at School of Art Gallery November 13th, 2012 - January 11th, 2013
Posted 1/24/13

Director/Curator Mary Reid’s counterview of contemporary artistic practice in Winnipeg pleasantly interrupted a reverie of city-centric exhibitions asserting legacies and mythologies of local artists and art production. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, of which Reid left her own legacy as Curator of Contemporary Art from 2004-2011, celebrates Winnipeg Now (September 29 –December 30, 2012), while Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is currently midway through My Winnipeg Project: a series of four exhi... [more]

Geometric abstraction  
1/24/13 Posted 1/24/13 follow me on twitter I would like to share this great article about the history of geometric abstraction, a great inspiration for my paintings, I think I am taking it into a new level introducing a real 3D effect by painting in between several layers of a pouring medium, here is the link, hope you enjoy it Attached some of my geometric abstraction paintings [more]

Current artwork as of Jan 21 2013  
1/21/13 Posted 1/21/13 follow me on twitter I am finishing my new art collection of 2013 to be exhibited at the TorontoArtExpo April 11-14 2013 I've published few of my new artwork on my web site, please ve a moment & take a look, I appreciate your kind feedback I ve few more not finished yet, plan to finish them by end of feb 2013,  [more]

Technique only goes so far...   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
steven bindernagel at CRG Gallery January 10th, 2013 - February 23rd, 2013
Posted 1/20/13

I cannot help but think of the more commercial, often palette knife-painted, construction-based abstractions of the 1960s as I first walk into the exhibition at CRG Gallery. That is not good. As references go, you want to try to avoid the kitschier techniques, the ones that rely too heavily on dazzling their audience solely with technique, unless you plan to make a commentary about esthetics, or, you are intentionally trying to tweak your audience to get their attention, with the intention of... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Sofia Spirtova  
12/7/12 Posted 12/7/12

(Image: Sofia Spirtova, Abyss, 2011, Acrylic on canvas, 35 x 35 x 0.6 inches; © Sofia Spirtova)     Sofia Spirtova (b. Tashkent) Sofia Spirtova is a self-taught artist based in Auckland since 1995. As an artist she was mostly inspired by impressionists, especially by Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gough. She loves bright colours, because they are great mood elevators and can show how she sees the world around her. Sofia paints as she feels at the moment - it could be abstract, nature or anythin... [more]

From Mounds to Memory   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Trenton Doyle Hancock at James Cohan Gallery November 8th, 2012 - December 22nd, 2012
Posted 11/29/12

Trenton Doyle Hancock has spent a majority of his career creating works based on a Darger-esque fantastical narrative of his mind--the world of the meat-loving Mounds and their evil counterparts, the Vegans. For his latest show, “ …And Then It All came Back to me” at James Cohan Gallery, the artist has departed from his ten-year narrative focus, and instead decided to delve into the long tradition of creating work based on personal memory. The subject of analyzing the self may induce eye rolls for s... [more]

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