Posts Tagged ‘figurative’

From Miami: Selections from the Miami Art Fairs

Driving to Miami in a car, through scrub trees, pines and high water along the highway, I feel like I’ve come to the end of America. Here we are for the 2012 Miami Art Fairs, a city-wide, four day long event comprised countless art fairs, exhibitions, and unofficial events. Arriving in a city that I’ve never visited, my first night is spent in orientation. I’ve done[.....]

T.V. Santhosh

The Guild Art Gallery in Mumbai and Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City have partnered to present Blood and Spit, an exhibition of new paintings by artist T.V. Santhosh. The exhibition, which opened yesterday, includes five large-scale hyper-color figurative paintings and eight monochromatic watercolor paintings. The source images of the paintings have a familiar quality, as many of them are sourced from or reference current media[.....]

From Whence the Rainbow Came

Currently on view at Ambach and Rice Gallery in Seattle is the exhibition, From Whence the Rainbow Came. The exhibition features new works by acclaimed Seattle-based artists Jeffry Mitchell, Joe Park, Dan Webb and Claude Zervas. The collection of works defy the standard structure of a curated exhibition or the trend to have several small solo groupings presented under one roof. Instead the artists, who are all friends and colleagues,[.....]

Qi Zhilong

Political pop artist Qi Zhilong‘s work is showing in a group exhibition titled, CHINAMANIA, taking place until January 3rd at ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst, in Ishoj, Denmark, not far outside Copenhagen. CHINAMANIA diversely collects 24 works by 11 contemporary artists, and investigates the Chinese national scene, the international vista, and even the intimate effects the (inter)national level has at the local level for individuals. Zhilong paints head shots[.....]