Posts Tagged "representational work"

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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

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: Kent Dorn

Art-Rated: Your work typically features woodsy scenes familiar to youth in North America, but instead of feeling nostalgic it evokes a more melodramatic recollection of those experiences. They might be scenes from a 70s cult […]

Jun, 27

Artist Interview: Christine Gray

Art-Rated: Your earlier paintings have this concern with a creating a magic, phenomenological space. Your agenda was not always clear, the imagery was sometimes more cryptic. Where was this work coming out of? Like this:Like Loading…

Jun, 13

Searching Within – Review of Alice Neel: Late Portraits & Still Lifes

Currently on view at David Zwirner  May 4 – June 23, 2012 by Lily Koto Olive Stepping into the Alice Neel exhibition currently on view at David Zwirner felt like I had entered directly into […]

May, 31

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


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