Reginald Ingraham Gallery / Los Angeles
by Greg Angaza Pitts ·
November 5, 2013 · in November 2013, Reviews
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“Speaking Tongues (The material of communication)” introduces Duane Paul’s considerable talent and ability in the artist’s first solo exhibition. The show’s 12 works (all 2013) are divided into... [more]
Author: DeWitt Cheng
Curator: Lonnie Lee
The mixed-media works of Cheryl Calleri and the oil paintings of Thekla Hammond, together exhibited under the unifying title "Coalesce," complement each other well enough. But the two artists went beyond that level of dialogue and coalesced — or, more prosaically, collaborated — on a joint project, a video installation, "Co-Motion," with music by Armando Mafu... [more]
After the first quick round of Art Synthesis, the eyes quickly bookmark certain works and artists for the latter, slower rounds but the mind, hungry for a single thread of narrative, doesn't find any. On contemplation, that turns out to be the mind's problem, not the artists'. So used our minds are with picking up a curator's text on entrance and viewing the entire exhibition through that lense, that they suddenly feel ill-at-ease when they have to be the meaningmakers themselves. It turns out tha... [more]
The Revelation of Great: Jerome Soimaud
The qualities of a great artist, I suppose, are always up for discussion in the art world. For intellectuals, a great work might be one that elevates the mind or translates an idea. For those who covet the superficial, the captivation of the eye does the trick. Maybe an artist or academician would analyze the work for technical skill: the balance of the composition, manipulation of materials and process, and its maker’s use of color and line, before... [more]
Recently I took a jaunt down Washington Boulevard to explore some of the many galleries in Culver City’s Arts District. Due to my slightly poor timing, many of said galleries were closed. Luckily, though, I visited Hinge Modern, at 8558 Washington Boulevard, just in time to see a quiet yet enjoyable show.
“Simone Alexandrino and Daksh Sahni: Out and In of Symmetry” displ... [more]
By Margaret Meehan
On a cold and (believe it or not) snowy day in Dallas, Texas I found myself at the entrance of 500X Gallery on the last day of Flotsam, an exhibition of work by Christine Bisetto and Kerry Pacillio. I was familiar with Bisetto’s work and was making it a point to see the show despite the growing cold and my 3-hour drive back to Austin. The show is down now so I’m glad I did get to see... [more]
Dream Vortex Visualization, mixed media on paper, 9 x 12 inches, 2012. (image courtesy of Studio 110 Projects)
You stand at the center of a vortex. Images swirl around and around, familiar shapes beginning to take form. A solitary buffalo whirls past followed by a group of football players, a humanoid monster stomping on an unsuspecting male figure, another figure appears to be talking to huge flowers. The images appear to be hand drawn, but three-dimensional simultaneously. Y... [more]
Amy Cohen BankerPainting & Drawing
Lives and Works in : New YorkWebsite: http://www.amycohenbanker.comTo purchase contact: Amy Cohen Banker
Amy Cohen Banker makes paintings, photos, drawings and media art. By emphasizing aesthetics, Banker wants to amplify the astonishment of the spectator by creating compositions or settings that generate tranquil poetic images that leave traces and balances on the edge of recognition and alienation.
Her paintings sometimes radiate a cold and latent... [more]
A Boy Scout Jamboree At Subliminal Projects by Duane Paul Eric Beltz, Hisham Bharoocha, Alison Blickle, Keith Boadwee, Simmons & Burke, Kime Buzzelli, Tofer Chin, Alika Cooper, Liz Craft, Noah Davis, FROHAWK TWO FEATHERS, Jason Hanasik, Melissa Huddleston, Benjamin Lord, Lewis Mauk, Davida Nemeroff, Club Paint, Duane Paul, Vanessa Prager, Fay Ray, Todd Tourso, CHRISTINE WANG, Eric Yahnker at Subliminal Projects
June 22nd - July 20th
A Boy Scout Jamboree At Subliminal Projects
" Duane Paul’s huge sculpture of various colored, fragmented scouts have similar effects. Paul’s piece hints at a less overt theme in the show, one that gets outside of the organization’s anti-gay agenda: minorities in American boy scouts have only existed on the margins. His colorful and quietly confrontational figures hit every element of the show–rainbows, black bodies, whit... [more]
Seeing Double by Stacy Davies Gregory Adamson, A.S. Ashley, Angela Beloian, Katy Betz, Matt Blansett, Amy Caterina, Dee Marcellus Cole, Judy Davies, Wanda Ewing, Joe Forte, Tammy Greenwood, Athena Hahn, Daphne Hill, Kevin Hill, Amy Maloof, Cynde Miller, Father Bill Moore, Thomas Pathe, Leia Steingart, Vonn Sumner, Erns Valdez, Kristina Marroquin Warren at Pomona Frame House & Main St. Gallery
June 8th - July 27th
By Jamie Solis
Vintage films are known to have an intrinsic cult following. Maybe it’s because they remind us of the matte simplicity that’s fading in our digital society, or it could be the growing appreciation for classic features—when storylines were still unique and theatrics took fearless risks. Either way, we find ourselves attracted to old school cinema and the bold propaganda-esque designs that adorn their artwork. Regardless the reason for our fantastic obsession, posters from motion fi... [more]
Voices & Visions by Berit Engen R.O. Blechman, Ivan Chermayeff, Seymour Chwast, Tom Geismar, Bob Gill, Milton Glaser, Carin Goldberg, Mervyn Kurlansky, Art Paul, Paula Scher, Henry Steiner, George Tscherny, Yarom Vardimon at Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership
May 12th - August 11th
By STEVEN CHAITMAN
Design by Art Paul
Jewish artists and Jewish wisdom have combined inspirational forces in "Voices & Visions," a poster art exhibit making its way to Spertus Institute this month.
An initiative of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, Voices & Visions began its quest to communicate Jewish ideas through art by pairing Jewish graphic design artists with quotes from Jewish luminaries and classic texts. The result is a collection of 18 posters that will be open t... [more]
La Triennale Européenne de l’Estampe Contemporaine by Renata Jaworska Karin Bauer, Elko Borcherding, Frank Degelow, Wolgang Folmer, Renata Jaworska, Constantin Jaxy, Uschi Krempel, Ute Schätzmüller, Welf Schiefer, Uwe Schierhotz, Oleksandr Seredenko, Katarina Thölin Chittenden, Susanne Werdin, Paul Wessler at Europeenne de l'estampe Contemporaine
May 6th - June 12th
Triennale Européenne de l'estampe Contemporaine
Dates : du 6 mai au 12 juin 2013 Vernissage le 10 mai à 18h30
Lieu : salle Espalioux, rue Jules Amouroux, Pamiers Mardi, mercredi, vendredi : 14h-18h Samedi : 10h30-13h
La Triennale Européenne de l’Estampe Contemporaine , organisée par l’association Estampadura, a pour but de : Présenter la création contemporaine européenne de l’estampe Présenter la création contemporaine de l’estampe en Midi-Pyrénées Favoriser les rencontres... [more]
Art Exhibition By Auction Artist - Badri Narayan Born 1929 (Eminent Indian Artist, Illustrator, Author And Story-Teller) At Studio3 Art Gallery. Works Can Be Viewed Online On www.studio3india.com [more]
Group of Artists Golden Line /Złota Linia/
What do they want?They want to meet and share their art with others.What don’t they want? Being closed in rigid frames.What unites them?
The Internet and Art.What divides them?
All the huge rest.Where are they?At the Gallery of the Cultural Centre RadzynWhere will they be?Everywhere worth being.
They were caught by the Web. From casual chatting online in autumn 2008 to spring 2011 there happened a lot. There has been born and got matured a new quali... [more]