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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

Artist Interview: Gregory Ito

Gregory Ito is a busy man. Not only does he have a strong studio practice, he is the co-owner of Ever Gold Gallery, a space in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco dedicated to pushing […]

Feb, 22

Artist Interview: Joseph O’ Neal

 AR: Could you describe your background, and how you first became interested in painting as a visual medium? JO: I grew up in North Carolina. I always thought in an abstract manner and always made […]

Nov, 29

Artist Interview: Uwe Kowski

Art-Rated: What is your background? Were you always interested in pursuing the art, and in particular painting? Uwe Kowski: I already experienced as a child that painting and drawing is the meaningful activity to me. […]

Oct, 13

Studio Visit – Maria Sainz Rueda

by Jonathan Beer   Leipzig has an extremely strong history in the visual arts and continues to produce exceptional artists with each subsequent generation. The tradition of formal and expressionistic painting effectively molded past generations […]

Aug, 30

Artist Interview: Eugene Lemay – Navigator

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 […]

Mar, 28

Divided Space, Connected Souls – Tat Ito

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 […]

Mar, 09

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