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20140704225222-alternate_route_edited-2_this_one Interview with JoAnne Lobotsky  
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Kate Katomski, JoAnne Lobotsky at Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery, Rhinebeck, NY > New York
June 7th - July 13th
Posted 7/4/14

Industrial landscape inspires paintings Barbara Gallo Farrell, Poughkeepsie Journal12:03 p.m. EDT June 5, 2014 (Photo: Courtesy photo) 57CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Editor's note: Portrait of the Artist is a regular feature in Enjoy! that spotlights artists with exhibits in the Hudson Valley. If you are an artist in a current or upcoming exhibit and would like to be included in this feature, email bfarrell@poughkeepsiejournal.com. This week's Portrait of the Artist features JoAnne Lobotsky, whose work is on display at Betsy... [more]

20140528222250-00220140529 CIRCUMAMBULATING MELANCHOLY FROM INSIDE OUT  
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Naveen Kumar A, Lokesh B. H., Aishwaryan K, Mohan Kumar T. at Gallery Sumukha - Bangalore > India
May 24th - June 21st
Posted 6/4/14

The artists have constructed a ritualistic way to make viewers encounter their collective pursuit. At the origin of the circumambulation is Lokesh B H’s colourful melancholy. A sense of deprivation is narrated, busses and people traveling in these busses have colour but the airplane is just not functional; it does not have a door or window. A cat is hunting for a fish bigger than its mouth. There is no center to most of the compositions instead is a synecdoche; when the center is painted... [more]

20131218074639-j Jennifer Faist: Forget-Her-Nots  
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Jennifer Faist at Ruth Bachofner Gallery > Los Angeles
January 18th - March 1st
Posted 5/21/14

by Kerry Kugelman In her most recent body of work, Jennifer Faist continues to extend her material and chromatic vocabulary into more subtle and complex areas. Hovering between painting and painted sculpture, Faist’s artwork asserts a robust physical presence while supporting delicate, light-soaked areas of color. Celebratory by dint of her trademark up-tempo, saturated palette, Faist’s latest works also have a hint of the elegiac. It is as though the transient beauty of a cut flower... [more]

ArtSlant Prize Winner Michael Zelehoski Now At Mike Weiss Gallery  
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5/19/14 Posted 5/19/14

We're so excited to congratulate our first ArtSlant Prize Winner Michael Zelehoski on being newly represented by elite Chelsea gallery, Mike Weiss Gallery. Zelehoski won the 2009 Artslant Prize with his stunning Human Lobster Trap. In the past five years, Zelehoski has shown his work extensively across the U.S., represented by a number of galleries including Dodge Gallery, Ethan Cohen, and Christina Ray Gallery. Zelehoski was born in Concord, Massachusetts. He received his Associates of Art degree... [more]

20140514121057-invitation_krakow-1 Solo exhibition of the Ukrainian contemporary artist Vladimir Domchuk “Chartreuse : 7 Stars – All Inclusive”  
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Vladimir Domchuk at Benedictine Institute of Culture Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec, Krakow, Poland > Worldwide Krakow
May 10th - July 26th
Posted 5/14/14

On the 09th of May, 2014 the Benedictine Institute of Culture, Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec will open doors for the inauguration ceremony of solo exhibition by Ukrainian contemporary artist Volodymyr Domchuk, titled “Chartreuse : 7 Stars – All Inclusive”. The “Chartreuse …” series revises contemplations of what is viewed as a ‘creative space’ surrounding us that, in author’s opinion, has not changed during the last several centuries. Thr... [more]

Beloved "Body Conscious" Maria Lassnig Passes Away at 94  
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5/8/14 Posted 5/8/14

photo via Famed artist, "body awareness" theorist, and Austria's "Grand Dame of painting" Maria Lassnig passed away earlier this week in Vienna at the age of 94. Lassnig, born in Austria in 1919, attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna during World War II and is known for her brushy paint strokes and brutal subject matter. Lassnig used painting to explore the human body and psyche, illustrating a critical and sometimes gruesome subjectivity. She herself was often the object of her critical eye. Her l... [more]

20140226173923-adparker_palmercrk_loc14_-f2-lt April Dawn Parker Exhibition Review – Small Works at Gallerie Citi  
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Alyson Belcher, April Dawn Parker at Gallerie Citi > San Francisco
May 10th - June 27th
Posted 5/1/14

[Article orginally published in Splash Magazine] I have been interested in the works of April Dawn Parker and went to see her series called “Places” at Gallerie Citi. I look forward to seeing her series “The Well” in May. April Dawn Parker’s following small paintings are from her “Places” series. This series was featured at Gallerie Citi’s Small Works exhibition at the end of last year in Burlingame, CA. April Dawn Parker, “New Deve... [more]

20140226173923-adparker_palmercrk_loc14_-f2-lt April Dawn Parker Exhibition Review – Small Works at Gallerie Citi  
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Alyson Belcher, April Dawn Parker at Gallerie Citi > San Francisco
May 10th - June 27th
Posted 5/1/14

[Article orginally published in Splash Magazine] I have been interested in the works of April Dawn Parker and went to see her series called “Places” at Gallerie Citi. I look forward to seeing her series “The Well” in May. April Dawn Parker’s following small paintings are from her “Places” series. This series was featured at Gallerie Citi’s Small Works exhibition at the end of last year in Burlingame, CA. April Dawn Parker, “New Deve... [more]

20100811120838-knox-martin-caprichos-copy Knox Martin at Janos Gat: A review of Caprichos by Edward Leffingwell - Art In America, October 2003  
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Knox Martin at Janos Gat Gallery > New York
April 29th, 2003 - September 12th, 2003
Posted 4/19/14

Knox Martin at Janos Gat: A review of Caprichos by Edward Leffingwell Knox Martin named his new series of generously scaled, unframed drawings "Caprichos" for the moralizing, didactic, fever-dream etchings of Goya that first attracted him as a child, 67 years ago. But there is substantial whimsy to Martin's recent phantasmagoria of animal and human forms. Ranging from roughly 2 to 7 feet on a side, they are confident, loosely drawn in pen and ink, crayon and watercolor on thin sheets of paper,... [more]

20100812125229-caraha_ Knox Martin at Janos Gat by Jonathan Goodman - Art In America, December 1997  
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Knox Martin at Janos Gat Gallery > New York
April 1st, 1997 - September 30th, 1997
Posted 4/19/14

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20140326233304-00120140327 NGMA and the Amrita Sher-Gill retrospective  
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Amrita Sher-Gil at National Gallery Of Modern Art - NGMA Bengaluru > India
March 30th - April 30th
Posted 4/15/14

Let me start with a small proviso which may get me booted out of your reading list. I saw the exhibition at the NGMA in New Delhi. However, given my views on the Bangalore NGMA (http://dillikidiva24.blogspot.in/2012/12/name-that-city.html), I'm pretty sure the exhibition will be similiar. ah well, here goes nothing.. If theres one painter from India people have heard of, chances are that it's Amrita Sher-Gill. She lived for only 28 years (1913- 1941) across two continents in four countries, was famous for her personal life (... [more]

20140313014942-kunstsammlung_k20_malewitsch_01 A Symbol of a Future World  
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Wassily Kandinsky, Kasimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian at K20 GRABBEPLATZ > Worldwide Düsseldorf
April 5th - July 6th
Posted 4/9/14

White is the first thing that strikes one entering the Infinite White Abyss at K20 Grabbeplatz. Not necessarily Kandinsky’s white, although his masterpiece greets the visitor, but rather the white of the exhibition space itself, an island of haute-design white floating in the middle of a black gallery cube. Also, watch your step – the white space is necessarily and symbolically raised just 3 cm above floor level and that edge is (perhaps also symbolically) unmarked. Falling unwarned... [more]

Sotheby's Hong Kong Sees 9 Record Breaking Sales for Asian Artists  
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4/7/14 Posted 4/7/14

Zhang Xiaogang, Bloodline: Big Family No. 3, via Sotheby's A slowing economy does not seem to be stalling demand in China’s growing art market. Sotheby’s Hong Kong closed Saturday with record auction sales totaling $86 million, breaking nine records for Asian artists and bringing the auction house to some $140 million in sales in the first three days of its spring auctions. Included in Saturday’s sales was Contemporary Chinese artist Zhang Xiaogang’s Bloodline: Big Fami... [more]

20140305145226-invitation_front KNN TV of Busan visits the exhibition  
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Gaby Berglund Cardenas at Soohoh Rom Busan, South Korea > Worldwide Busan
March 17th - March 29th
Posted 3/29/14

It starts at minute 33:50. Here's the link: http://v.knn.co.kr/watch.php?v=HSZBVPSA [more]

20140313154726-bulltablepainting An Exercise in Looking Closely  
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Louise Hopkins at Mummery + Schnelle > London
March 19th - May 10th
Posted 3/26/14

In this exhibition, Louise Hopkins continues her exploration of everyday surfaces, including maps, magazine pages, and photographs. In each case, Hopkins manages to find a way to deal with each surface/object such that it becomes converted into a painting. Her works on maps are a case in point. For one work, she has painted over all the countries on the map with blue paint, matching the blue of the sea. On first seeing the work, you encounter a monochromatic painting. Closer inspection reveals t... [more]

20140309204741-2schuff-wachet_auf_loris_dream_copy Lights out for LIGHT BREAKS  
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Kamila Najbrtova, Michele Schuff, Silvia Sinha at November 16-17, 2013 Atelier Davidseck, Davidbodenstrasse 25, Basel Switzerland > Paris
November 16th, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 7/4/14

The lights went out for LIGHT BREAKS on Sunday night at Project Art Lounge’s first international exhibition. But as Silvia Sinha, Michele Schuff and Kamila Najbrtová return to work in their studios at home, the positive feedback in Basel continues to pour in. With visitors likening their works to James Turrell and Dan Flavin, these three artists clearly set Atelier Davidseck aglow with their own interpretations of light filled spaces. In two days, nearly 100 visitors engaged the artists in an intense dialogue, e... [more]


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