In this weeks artist profile we enter the wheat pasted, glitchy, sticky spray painted world of Adam Void.
Arcadia Contemporary is proud to present Jordan Sokol’s debut solo exhibition of original, oil paintings. Painting exclusively from life, Sokol says, “I like to use portraiture as a way of exploring the psychology behind the human experience.”
Our weekly artist profile. This week we enter the world of contemporary landscapey artist Seth Armstrong.
Our weekly artist profile. This week we feature the meticulous figuration of artist Daniel Coves.
People we like, Stuff we like in no particular order for November 2017.
Stephen Romano Gallery is thrilled to announce the exhibition “DE DOMO DIABOLI” (The Devil’s House) in association with The Living Gallery Outpost in New York City’s East Village. The exhibition celebrates Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) 2017 and All Hallows’ Eve (Halloween) 2017 by curating together some of the most celebrated contemporary and historical artists whose subject is the art of the esoteric, βλασφημέω (the old ways) and folkloristic magic.
Our weekly artist profile. This week we feature pop-tenebrist painter Rodrigo Cifuentes.
Using EFA Project Space’s exhibition, Near & Dear, as a starting point, Glenn Adamson and Sheila Pepe discuss the amorous connections artists make with signifying materials and objects.