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How the silo, a new gallery run by a writer and a painter, sees defending artists as a “practice of art criticism by other means”

by on March 11, 2022 0
For some time, husband and wife duo Raphael Rubinstein and Heather Bause Rubinstein— an art critic and an artist, respectively — are planning to open an art gallery. The plan was to launch the silo: living with the art gallery next year, in 2023, at the 19th-century farmhouse that Raphael bought some 20 years... Read More

Dan’s Cover Artist Halim Flowers Blooms

by on February 17, 2022 0
This week’s cover by artist/writer Halim Flowers is a message of love and hope – a message from a man who spent 22 years locked away in a place devoid of either and who now hopes to share her transformative message in the Hamptons, New York City, Palm Beach and beyond. Despite stellar grades... Read More

Q&A with artist/writer Robert Maniscalco | Community News

by on November 29, 2021 0
Originally from Detroit, artist Robert Maniscalco apprenticed in the early 1980s to his internationally renowned portrait painter father, Joseph, who believed it was a sin to hide his talent. His gifts led him to become an accomplished multimedia artist. Robert Maniscalco focuses primarily on oil portraiture and fine art, describing his style as expressive... Read More

British artist Julian Opie’s animal sculptures, an Incheon-inspired work unveiled at the Kukje gallery

by on October 24, 2021 0
A view of the installation of the exhibition “Julian Opie” at the Kukje Gallery (Courtesy of the artist and the Kukje Gallery) British artist Julian Opie presents his third solo exhibition at the Kukje Gallery in Seoul, following two solo exhibitions in the country in 2017 and 2018. Inspired by familiar subjects of... Read More

Rosemary Mayer’s fabric sculptures oscillate between form and form

by on September 21, 2021 0
Since her death in 2014, Rosemary Mayer’s formally demanding, diverse and conceptually rigorous body of work has remained vastly underestimated. Yet there is no shortage of venerable historical context for his practice: in situ installations that foreshadowed the modulation of performance art from public intervention to semi-private relational aesthetics; the phenomenological separation of... Read More

Paintings and sculptures in the spotlight in artist Gabriel Villa’s exhibition in Chicago | visual arts

by on July 27, 2021 0
Gabriel Villa’s painting “EL Luchador” is on display at the Hyde Park Art Center. The “The Metamorphosis of Gabriel Villa” exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago features the “Orange” painting. Artwork by artist Gabriel Villa is featured in a solo exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center. “The Gabriel Villa... Read More

Chinese artist Yu Ji makes sculptures using rubble, flowing water and “wasted mud”. The best curators in the world are obsessed with her

by on June 22, 2021 0
There’s something about Yu Ji’s work – he can stop even the most seasoned and seen curator in his tracks. Today, the Shanghai-based artist continues his rapid rise to world art fame with a solo exhibition at the prestigious Chisenhale Gallery, his first institutional exhibition outside Asia. Chisenhale is known to propel emerging... Read More