Alejandra Martinez’s Anónimo Invites its Audience to Reconnect with Art

Martinez created Anónimo to encourage the purchase of art as a process free of preconceived ideas.

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Alexandra Noel Proves Small Is Mighty At Bodega

In a world where we are constantly inundated with vast amounts of information, sometimes the most impactful messages are conveyed on a small scale.
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Trevor Andrew Shares His Wide-Ranging Artistry

Andrew, better known to some as Gucci Ghost or "Trouble" Andrew, has made recent waves with his entry into the fine art world.
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Shaina McCoy’s Removal of Facial Features Opens a Broader Dialogue

McCoy fuses texture with the human figure in a refreshing manner.
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Austyn Weiner Is Riding Her Wave

Weiner speaks about the multifaceted sides of her practice and opens up about this moment in her career which she has so diligently brought to life.
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A Global Perspective Guides Maria Farrar

Farrar brings a multicultural perspective into her spirited practice.
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Elaine Cameron-Weir’s First Solo Show at JTT is a Mesmerizing Assemblage of Materials

Entering into Cameron-Weir’s current exhibition at JTT feels like a pause in time.
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Matt Arbuckle’s Explorations into Abstraction Continue to Push the Genre

Arbuckle paints abstract works whose various elements come together while in process.
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Christina Quarles Encapsulates an Otherworldly Feeling

To view Quarles' work is to experience a certain kind of freedom that can't be explained in words.
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With ‘Plumb Line’ Loie Hollowell Transcends into the Canon of Art History

In her newest body of work, Hollowell continues an exploration in the female body in ways that are perhaps her most personal body of work yet.
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