Linda Cunningham’s Whose Land? Whose God?

Linda Cunningham's sculptural installations speak many languages. Much of her recent work has been tapping into environmental specificity relating to the South Bronx waterfront. The artist has explored a topic of climate change in urban environments. Through July-August, Cunningham has her solo exhibition up in Brooklyn at the celebrated ODETTA. The current show features a large... Continue Reading →

Discover Teresita Fernández

Teresita Fernández's current solo exhibition is on view until December 31 at Lehmann Maupin's 536 West 22nd Street location. Her seventh solo exhibit with the gallery coincide with her sculptural installation Fata Morgana, which is on view in Madison Square Park in New York. The gallery shows her latest body of work, including sculptures that are... Continue Reading →

Happening in Tokyo / Re: A universe of artists to Re:discover

http://www.galleryartcomposition.com/en/ The group show will display pieces from these young artists that the Tokyo art gallery, namely Gallery of Art Composition, has worked with, and it will feature some works that have been represented overseas but not in Japan before. Takaya Nakamura's planets were shown at the New City Art Fair in Chelsea, New York... Continue Reading →

The Art of SUHAIR SIBAI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3luSh4rbc8 Artist Suhair Sibai was born in Syria in 1956. She was educated as an artist in Los Angeles, California. Her work explores identity and the self through beautiful and colorful female portraits. Suhair Sibai is based in Los Angeles, where she exhibits her art and works as an artist. Her work has also received... Continue Reading →

Chantal Joffe’s women visit Helsinki

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYADmDyL6q4 Chantal Joffe’s oil paintings raise questions about women as subjects of art. What is feminist art, and what makes women portraitures as subjects of feminist art? What makes Joffe's paintings so appealing in the world of portraits is their movement and their character; whether it is the angles, features, colors and their environment. The... Continue Reading →

VOLTA edition #2 Derrick Velasquez

Artist Derrick Velasquez was presented at VOLTA by Philadelphia-based pentimenti Gallery. His marine vinyl and plywood wall pieces are sculptures, if you like, and at the same time they possess some qualities that are decorative, or design. Yet, this is not entirely summing up what he is doing with the ingredients. The art made by... Continue Reading →

VOLTA NY-13 edition #1 LYNN ALDRICH

VOLTA NY's 13 art fair is running for the sixth year in a row. The art fair celebrates a brand new location in SoHo's vibrant 82 Mercer Street. I visited VOLTA during its opening day on Thursday March 7th (until March 10th). Spending time next to the colorful, innovative, thoughtful, provocative, and utterly timely international... Continue Reading →

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