SELECT MIAMINorth Shore Park7200 - 7300 Collins Ave.Miami Beach, FL Booth D10December 2 - 7, 2014LGTripp Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in SELECT Miami 2014.
December 2 - 5 we will feature works by artist, Knox Martin, a renowned New York painter, sculptor, muralist, poet, and a scholar of art history who has exhibited worldwide. Using a variety of media, Martin is known for his use of vibrant colors, sensuous gestures, rhyming of metaphor and the flat picture plane. Two of his... [more]
MET Gallery opening reception by MET Gallery Lux Antal, Örkényi Antal, Daradics Árpád, Pal Csaba, NAGY Géza, Detvay Jenõ, Lévay Jenõ, Gábos József, Ázbej Kristóf, Herendi Péter, Bátai Sándor, Koroknai Zsolt, Büki Zsuzsanna at MET Gallery
October 18th, 2014 - November 5th, 2014
MET Gallery opening reception
on broadcast Civil TV 11
MET Gallery Vernissage by MET Gallery Lux Antal, Örkényi Antal, Daradics Árpád, Pal Csaba, NAGY Géza, Detvay Jenõ, Lévay Jenõ, Gábos József, Ázbej Kristóf, Herendi Péter, Bátai Sándor, Koroknai Zsolt, Büki Zsuzsanna at MET Gallery
October 18th, 2014 - November 5th, 2014
Photos by László Varga [more]
ArtSlant Prize Exhibition at Aqua Art Miami
Aqua Art Miami, December 3rd-7th, is hosting the ArtSlant Prize exhibition this year. Come find us and amazing works from Edra Soto, Adam Douglas Thompson, Anastasia Samoylova and Oren Pinhassi as well as a very special exhibition from the Georgia Fee Resident, Sara Shaoul. Check out our full Basel guide here.
Aqua Art Miami is known for being one of the most exciting boutique fairs during the Art Basel Miami Beach blitz. Locate... [more]
For the ideal soundtrack for the South Beach vibe, check out 20-year-old Tel Avivian GALO. With this mixtape, "Motions," released this summer with Raw Tapes, you can groove to the main exponents of Israel's hip hop sound while taking in an art fair (or twenty), or cruising Ocean Drive and South Beach. [more]
Art or Not? One of the pictures described below is a genuine art work: every Friday the ArtSlant team asks our discerning readers to indulge in a game of spot the difference. The answer is revealed below.
This week: textiles.
This American postminimalist artist is known for his small, subtle, intimate works. His art makes use of scale and line. His works span a range of media, from sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, and artist’s books to installation and furniture. He lives and works in New York City, Abiquiú, New Mexico, and... [more]
Gloria Santoyo RuenitzPainting
Lives/works in: Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, MexicoWebsite: http://gloriasantoyoruenitz.com/To purchase contact: Gloria Santoyo Ruenitz
Born and raised in Mexico City in a Cuban/Mexican family, she came to the United States to study Art & Design at the Art Center of College of Design (LA) and Parsons (NY). Then spent 25 years as a designer/creative director developing images for major brands. This experience has added methodology and diversity of thought to her mixed media work today. Her work is concep... [more]
Circus and warfare are the metaphors that have ceased to be metaphors in Ferguson, Missouri. On November 24, 2014, a grand jury decided not to allow a police officer to be tried for the murder of an unarmed teenager. It was expected, not only because of the malicious, embedded, conscious racism that characterizes the police department and state government—one that the world has watched reiterate itself for the previous three months—but also because they told us so. School was cancelled pree... [more]
Jee Hee KangMixed Media
Lives/works in: New York, NYWebsite: http://jeeheekang.com/To purchase contact: Jee Hee Kang
Jee Hee Kang is a visual artist living and working in New York City. She was born in 1984 in Seoul, Korea. Her B.A in Fashion Design was received in Seoul, Korea. She attended the associate program in Fashion Merchandising Management in Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She recently received her MFA from School of Visual Arts in Fine Arts.
Her works expr... [more]
Sarah Elise AbramsonPhotography
Lives/works in: San Pedro/Los AngelesWebsite: http://www.sarahelisephotography.tumblr.comTo purchase contact: Sarah Elise Abramson
Brooks Institute of Photography, 2005
Sarah Elise Abramson picked up her first camera when she was eleven years old. She hasn't stopped photographing since. After high school she attended Brooks Institute of Photography but left after two years once she realized she was intrinsically tied to making fine art images. The twenty-seven year old artist is now based out of S... [more]
Lives/works in: Toronto, CanadaWebsite: www.bmcgivern.com/To purchase contact: Barbara McGivern
1985-88 Ontario College of Art, AOCA, SCA
Art San Diego, San Diego, California
Spectrum, Basel Miami Art Week, Miami, Florida
Lando Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
Gallerie Bohner, Manhiem, Germany
Arts Club, London,England
AGO, . Zurich, Switzerland
Nomad Gallery. London, England
Spoke Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Grand Canvas’, Majli... [more]
Lives/works in: Chicago, ILWebsite: www.larrysimon.net/To purchase contact: Larry Simon
Larry Simon takes his inspiration from seemingly everyday objects, surfaces and scenes that are transformed into visual short stories when given the chance. He often works with a blend of soft and sharp focus because it creates a narrative surrounded by a sense of the unknown that resides in our subconscious, a place where we cannot fill in all the blanks.
Trained as a journalist, Larry... [more]
San Francisco-based artist Hannah Rothstein created this perfect collection of multi-meat-ia works inspired by famous artists such as Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko, and Jackson Pollock, among others. For Thanksgiving Special, Rothstein is offering prints of the 10 plates she created using traditional Thanksgiving fare, with 10 percent of the proceeds going to support SF-Marin Food Bank. Yum. Happy Thanksgiving!
Selected by London-based writer Philippa Snow, ArtSlant's Page 3 Pin-Ups is an acerbic take on the topless tabloid muse. The new weekly series is inspired by Playboy’s Playmates, Page Three, and Letters To Penthouse: for anyone who’s ever muttered the phrase “fuck contemporary art” and really meant it.
Lovely Leslie, 23, hails from Minnesota: the only daughter of a lumberjack and a shampoo model, this dreamy doozy's lifelong ambition is to follow in both her daddy... [more]
Scott Lyall by susanhobbs Scott Lyall at Susan Hobbs Gallery
October 16th, 2014 - November 22nd, 2014
Scott Lyall: Susan Hobbs, Toronto, October 16 – November 22, 2014
By Dagmara Genda
Scott Lyall, Black Glass (οἴνοπα πόντον), installation view, 2014. Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid, courtesy of Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto
Images made through digital techniques often explicitly reference mass production, authorship or commercial processes, yet Scott Lyall's recent exhibition at Susan Hobbs is marked by a very human touch. Despite the detached and tec... [more]
At its annual fall gala yesterday, the Whitney Museum of American Art announced it will open its new location in Manhattan's meatpacking district just six months from now on May 1, 2014.
Designed by architect Renzo Piano, the new building will nearly double the Whitney's exhibition space and will include an education center, a theater, and a study center - all firsts for the museum. The museum's new home at 99 Gansevoort Street will also have a conservation lab and a black box gallery for f... [more]