Art-Rated

Posts Tagged "contemporary painting"

Check out all of the posts tagged with "contemporary painting".

Artist Interview: Nicole Awai

Nicole Awai, a Trinidadian born, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist has a distinct visual language. She works in a broad range of formats and materials including beautiful diagrammatic drawings, nebulous 3-D resin paintings, and mixed-media sculptures and […]

Dec, 13

Word:Play at Freight + Volume

When you walk into Samuel Jablon’s debut solo exhibition at Freight + Volume, the first thing you notice is the surprising physicality of the work. Maybe it’s memories of Christopher Wool’s thin, nearly monochromatic retrospective […]

Sep, 10

Artist Interview: Kelsey Henderson

Kelsey Henderson: Dull The Will at Envoy Enterprises Currently on exhibit through to January 9th, 2013 On December 3rd, Art-Rated’s Lily Koto Olive sat down with Brooklyn-based artist Kelsey Henderson to discuss her solo show […]

Dec, 11

Artist Interview: Jason Gringler

Recently I had the privilege of spending some solitary time in Jason Gringler’s studio; being left alone for an extended period of time to look at and acclimate to the environment is a bit like […]

Nov, 01

Artist Interview: Julie Oppermann

Art-Rated’s Sarah Hall got to sit down with artist Julie Oppermann, these questions come from an interview that took place in May, 2013 in Berlin. AR: I’m here visiting you in your new Berlin studio. You’ve […]

Oct, 11

Artist Interview: Hung Liu

Hung Liu is widely considered one of the most important Chinese artists working in America today. Born in 1948 in Chanchung, China, Liu grew up under the Maoist regime.  She experienced first-hand the famine of […]

Mar, 22

Unwritten Spaces: Natalie Frank at Fredericks & Freiser

by Jonathan Beer Natalie Frank’s paintings are decidedly literary works. Not only because of their figurative nature or the descriptive articulation she concentrates on the surface of each canvas, they become literary works at precisely […]

Oct, 19

Navigation

Please use the navigation to move within this section.

%d bloggers like this: