Oct 28, 2015
(b. 1980 Boston, MA; raised in San Francisco, California, USA) earned a Bachelor of Arts from Bard College in 2004, and a Master of Fine Arts from the Yale School of Art in 2006. His notable group exhibitions include New Photography 2009 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and Greater New York 2010 at MoMA PS1. He is the Author of Still Lifes, Portraits, and Parts (Mörel, 2013), Flowers and Shadows (Onestar Press, 2011) and Flying Pictures (powerHouse Books, 2009). He is the winner of the 2014 Foam Paul Huf award, and exhibited his work in a solo exhibition at the museum in 2014. Gordon has been a critic in photography at the Yale School of Art. He is represented by Wallspace in New York City, and lives and works in Brooklyn.
Oct 27, 2015
- Born in 1954 in Gornji Milanovac. Educated in Gornji Milanovac and Belgrade. Since 1989, he has been living and working as a free-lance artist. He has taken part at several group exhibitions, including the Forth International Biennial of Miniature Arts in Gornji Milanovac (1996). He has also had solo Exhibitions in Belgrade (1994 – 1998 - 2001), Gornji Milanovac(1995), Geneva (1996) and Cacak (1999). Mirkovic` is a representative of a fantastic figurative confession in Serb Art, a composer of a self-created and personified visual myth. He is an obvious lunar painter, a kind of storyteller expressing himself in paintings. It is impossible to omit and reject certain literary aspect in the domain of fantastic painting. This visual alchemist of an inner space balances between reality and daydream. Mirkovic`’s paintings is a closed work housing a universe of sand watches, seashells, dolls, keys, hangings, and small wooden chests being a symbol of harmoniae mundi. The space at his painting is esoteric underground more alike metaphysical embodiment than concrete metaphysical reality. Vlada Mirkovic`’s painting emits the feeling of persecution, dreary loneliness and pettiness of human essence in the sand ocean that swallows everything. This artist paints the dark night of a soul discussed by mystics.
Oct 26, 2015
was born in Detroit in 1975. She received her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her MFA from Yale University. She also studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Exhibiting in several solo exhibitions at Wallspace Gallery in New York, Friedman has also been included in a number of group exhibitions, including New York Minute at MACRO in Rome (2009), Time-Life Part Two at Taxter & Spengemann in New York (2009), a public work commission from the Public Art Fund at Metrotech Center in Brooklyn, NY (2008) and Bunch, Alliance and Dissolve at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, OH (2007). Her work has been reviewed in a number of publications, most notably the New York Times, Artforum.com and Art Review. Friedman has also held a number of teaching positions at universities including Yale University, Pratt Institute of Art, The Cooper Union and Princeton University, among others. Friedman currently lives and works in New York City.
Oct 23, 2015
is known for his intimately scaled sculptures, each made up of ceramic elements that are slip-cast, fired, and embellished with epoxy details. Some are glazed to a hot-rod finish, others textured like stucco and then airbrushed. Despite the work’s three-dimensionality, Nagle explains, “everything is done, even subconsciously, from a flat point of view.” Nagle was born in San Francisco in 1939. He began working with ceramics during the 1950s as a high school student. In 1961 he apprenticed to Peter Voulkos at the University of California, Berkeley, and later exhibited his work alongside Voulkos, Ken Price, and other innovative West Coast artists working in clay. His work is inspired by such artists as Giorgio Morandi, Phillip Guston, and George Herriman, and by such varied forms as Japanese Momoyama ceramics and Hawaiian funerary monuments.
Oct 22, 2015
(b. 1969) lives and works in Tokyo. Honor Fraser Gallery has presented two exhibitions featuring Gokita's work to date: Heaven (2009) and Vanity Drunko (2007). In 2014 Gokita was the subject of the large-scale solo exhibition, Tomoo Gokita: The Great Circus at the Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art in Sakura, Japan. His work has also been included in such thematic shows as Wonderful My Art, Kawaguchiko Museum of Art, Yamanashi, Japan (2013); The Unseen Relationship: Form and Abstraction, Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art, Sakura (2012); Gateway: Japan, Torrance Art Museum, CA (2011);VOCA 2009: The Vision of Contemporary Art, Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo (2009); New York Minute, Macro Future Museum, Rome (2009); and Collected Visions, Pera Museum, Istanbul (2009).
Oct 20, 2015
I was thrilled to discover the refreshing artwork of Stan Manoukian Grograou
. Don't know much about this French artist but I do know talent when I see it.
Oct 16, 2015
'Presenting large-scale installations that resemble elements of nature under a microscope and cell-like forms or organisms from the depths of the ocean, Donovan’s body of work derives from recognisable everyday items, such as Scotch Tape, drinking straws, paper-plates, needles, plastic rods and toothpicks. The artist often uses thousands of identical items repeated to produce forms that resemble expansive reflections of nature. The items are stacked, glued, cut and assembled until an alchemy is realised, producing a majestic installation. What often appears as precious stones or minerals in Donovan’s work often turns out to be common materials such as plastic buttons or polyester film, such as in Untitled (Mylar), a freestanding sculpture that will be presented in The Steadings Gallery as part of Donovan’s expansive presentation at Jupiter Artland.' (via Art Rabbit, Jupiter Artland