“Beyond the Mauve Zone” speaks to MaryKate Maher’s ability to leap into the unknown, to create chasms just beyond the visible in pastel hues and jewel tones that evokes a cherished, precious object linked to the viewer’s imagination.
Agency. Taste. Something to entertain. These are just some of the concepts embedded in A(Muse)D-Bouche, a jointly curated exhibit of small works in which the idea of muse is turned on its head: the muse in A(Muse)D-Bouche becomes the artist, reflecting back on the vision that shaped her/him in a format most easily digestible. Born from the vision of Magazine …
Originally starting out in the business forum, Bretez ultimately came to the decision that she was in the wrong field. Although this is an oft encountered epiphany that is not specific only to her, Bretez did what many fail to do and eventually took on the daunting task of changing her life direction and focus.
Bradley has been creating masterpieces out of bubble wrap for the past decade. That’s right, bubble wrap. He painstakingly injects the individual pockets of air with paint. The results are incredible. Now his work is really “popping off”…literally. The urge to pop bubble wrap is a universal one and the undisputed master of its use as an art supply has …
Works by Pamela Allen, Cecilia Andre, María Dusamp, Stephen Hilger, Guillermo Mena, LuLu Meng, Jeffrey Morabito, Frank Parga and Manju Shandler each produce windows through which their respective associations between material and place emerge fully formed.
Checking my phone, I collected my thoughts and reviewed the few facts about this evening I was sure of: I was early to this meeting, the meeting location was on this block, and I would be shadowing the Brooklyn-based artist, musician, and producer Nas Leber.
Daniel is not limiting himself to paint on canvas; his latest work “Voices From the Void” is a tech-driven sound installation created with the help of a sizable team.
Did galleries take their cue from the masterfully curated exhibition at the Met, “The New Woman Behind the Camera” from 2021?
Although Farrow utilizes some highly accurate design features, he also incorporates certain subtleties that makes his work more than just replicas.
“My Labor” is also an undeniable display of great skill and burgeoning technique that wills you to sing its praises.
Pajtim Osmanaj was raised and educated in Kosovo, and lives and works in New York. His work grapples with discordant elements and reconciles them in ways that can be startling to an American eye.
It was a frigid Friday night and the weather was nothing short of bone chilling; but Martin Touzon still managed to receive a warm reception with his debut solo exhibition, Dissolution, at Kates-Ferris Projects.
Remains from Adebunmi Gbadebo takes us on a journey of knowing. When you walk into Claire Oliver Gallery, a certain gravitas greets you at the door.
Creativity can work in many ways. Times where it works from the inside out, times when it works from the outside in. In Shahar Kramer’s case, there was a shift that finds the young artist with a foot in both the former and the latter.
The last few years proved to shift many things in Synead’s inner and outer world, which brought forth many questions and even more lessons. All of which helped to birth her latest EP, The Pum Pum Room.
There is something familiar about Patty Horing’s latest solo exhibition, A Few Good Men. Hosted by Anna Zorina Gallery, the exhibition greets you with a certain warmth.