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Matt Klos: Interview

Matt Klos: Interview: Klos notes: “Really, the interior is my platform for unpacking a number of visual paradoxes… and visual pleasures… I realize now that all picture making is just that… picture making and the observed world is the playground from which an artist can pursue particular ideas.”Matt Klos show with the McBridge Gallery in […]

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Clyfford Still Museum: The Exception

Clyfford Still Museum: The Exception: In less than a month, on November 18th, the Clyfford Still Museum will open to the public and Still’s hope will, in some sense, become a reality. Still successfully protected 94 percent of his work (2400 works) from politics, commerce, and the ambition of others. Hopefully the nearly complete body […]

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Contemporary Art and its popularity

Contemporary art deals with different subjects. At times we might require doing a bit of research to understand what a contemporary artist is trying to reveal through their art. Many people mistake contemporary art with modern art. One must remember that modern art was created during the period from 1880 to 1960. Some of the […]

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Geoffrey Detrani: In the Studio

Artist Geoffrey Detrani’s art studio is visited by two people. Christopher Joy and Zachary Keeting are the visitors of Geoffrey’s studio and all the while, Geoffrey keeps describing his studio process. He discusses various art and studio process, as well as different sources of inspirations, like ‘beauty of ruins’, ‘romanticism of ruins’, ‘debased things’, etc. […]

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Red a Central Focus in Latest Abstract Painting

Abstract art generally uses a visual language, written with colur, line and form, that does not have any reference to the outside world. Here, in most paintings, shades of red and yellow are only used, in a sort of gradient way. In previous paintings, the edges were dark shades and then slightly turning to red, […]

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Contemporary Artwork and its meaning

What do we mean by contemporary art? The work of a contemporary artist is to portray the current era. This kind of art is based on something that is related to the current lifestyle. There is a lot of difference between modern art and contemporary art. While the word ‘Modern’ seems to relate as of […]

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Pam Cardwell: Interview

Cardwell notes: “My problem is learning how to get in trouble. Learning how to get into trouble seems like a valuable thing and I don’t think it is possible to try and resolve things troubling or problematic in the work. Letting go in the moment, being present in the moment and letting go is probably […]

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Up all night: Q&A with Ted Gahl

Ted Gahl’s new exhibition (and first solo exhibition in New York City) Night Painter, on view at Dodge Gallery though November 13th, includes an honest and uninhibited array of works that suspend memories and personal symbology in the thin stratum of Gahl’s painted surfaces. Dense but not overcrowded, minimal paintings serve as visual respite between […]

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Elizabeth O’Reilly @ George Billis Gallery

Elizabeth O’Reilly paintings review by Maureen Mullarkey on an exhibition at George Billis Gallery, New York. According to Mullarkey O’Reilly had shown intuitive regard for a man’s sense of place. She had sensibly depicted the Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal, Union Street Bridge and a significant aspect of home. She had shown that urban details can as […]

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New Abstract Painting on Canvas Panel

Abstract painting is some thing very nice.It looks gr8 when it is been painted on canvas panels.Painting on the panels has a different feel than stretched canvas. The paint seems to stay wetter longer, remaining on the surface rather than sinking into the canvas. This can be done by some expert guy who has knowledge […]