Eugene Lemay’s solo show, Navigator, opens this week at Mike Weiss Gallery. His large scale monochrome landscapes are seemingly quiet images, reminiscent of the foggy landscapes of James McNeill Whistler. Upon closer inspection their mysterious surface […]
Interview with Nunu Hung, Curator of Borderless Map: Taiwanese Painting Now Interview between Jonathan Beer, Nunu Hung (translating and speaking for the artists), and Lily Koto Olive Like this:Like Loading…
Artist Cori Beardsley, along with 20 other artists, performers and musicians have constructed The Cave in the front exhibition space of Frontrunner Gallery and in its project space, both at 59 Franklin St in TriBeca, NYC. […]
by Lily Koto Olive New York based artist Tat Ito explores themes of human interconnectedness by juxtaposing elements and iconography that stem from his native Japanese culture set against a Western viewpoint. Sprawling environments echo […]
Review of Ken Johnson’s Are You Experienced? How Psychedelic Consciousness Transformed Modern Art (Prestel, 2011) by Lily Koto Olive Originally published by The Brooklyn Rail, March 2012, http://www.brooklynrail.org/2012/03/art_books/margaret-evangeline-shooting-through-the-looking-glass In Are You Experienced? critic Ken Johnson examines the drug culture of […]
Review of Margaret Evangeline: Shooting Through the Looking Glass (Charta, 2011) Originally published by The Brooklyn Rail, March 2012, http://www.brooklynrail.org/2012/03/art_books/margaret-evangeline-shooting-through-the-looking-glass There is something inherently philosophical in the work of Margaret Evangeline. Every project throughout her active career […]
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