Kylie Manning Reveals a Hybrid of Abstract and Figurative Painting

Kylie Manning is a Brooklyn-based artist making work that reveals a hybrid of abstract and figurative painting. With a focus on light and brushwork, Manning creates dark yet humorous oil paintings that entice the viewer to open dialogue about femininity and surrealism. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from originally and…

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Peter Granados

In his visual art, Granados uses non-traditional methods.
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Devan Shimoyama

In his visual art, Shimoyama mainly works with mixed media.
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Journey Back to the Center of Jimmie's World

April 21, 2017 By Kim Scupham In January this year, The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles opened up the retrospective Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World. Internationally renowned sculptor, published essayist and poet, performer, and lifelong activist for American Indian rights, Jimmie Durham is an artist of perpetual relevance. Jimmie Durham, born in…
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Adrian Ghenie at Pace Gallery, New York

February 10, 2017 By Hayley Kaplan Every decade or so the perennial question of whether painting is dead seems to circle back into critical discourse. You would think that after the countless resurrections the medium has endured, that critics would instead exclaim that it has simply returned from a cyclical hiatus or better yet stop asking…
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Alberto Burri Retrospective: The Trauma of Painting

December 20, 2016 Alberto Burri’s (1915-1995) retrospective presented at the Guggenheim Museum in New York is his first American exhibition in over 35 years. Winding up the Frank Lloyd Wright building, Burri unveils a variety of his experiences through his works. The show is comprehensive and well curated. The viewer is exposed to a general…
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Nigel Howlett’s Surreal Figures Are More Than Just Anonymous

Nigel Howlett (b. 1979) is a British-born artist based in London, United Kingdom. Howlett’s figurative works draw on surreal elements to explore problems of human experience. Very recognizable and unique in style, Howlett’s faceless figures in black and white remain seemingly anonymous while conveying highly expressive body language. Tell us a little bit about yourself.…
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Daniel Crews-Chubb Creates Organically Progressive Quasi-Figurative Paintings

Daniel Crews-Chubb (b. 1984) is a London-based abstract painter originally from Northampton, England whose work employs a traditional expressionistic, painterly language amid a conceptual framework investigating the potency of the iconic image and the dramatic dynamism of historic and contemporary visual language. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from and how…
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Lord Ohene Creates Recognizable Portrait Paintings with a Unique Technique

Lord Ohene Okyerebour (b. 1990) is a Netherland-based figurative painter born in Ghana, West Africa. Ohene’s way of combining figurative and portraiture techniques has allowed him to develop a unique style of portrait paintings and one that is distinctly recognizable. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from originally and when did…
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Marco Pariani Works with Mixed Media on Canvas in an Abstract Style

Marco Pariani (b. 1986) is an Italian artist who lives and works in Brooklyn. After regularly visiting Brooklyn starting in 2016, Pariani decided to permanently relocate in 2019. Pariani works with mixed media on canvas in an abstract style, creating a unique and recognizable style. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you…
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Jordi Ribes Blurs the Lines Between Digital and Pictorial Expression

Jordi Ribes (b.1972, Barcelona, Spain) is an artist based in Barcelona. His work is known for blurring the lines between digital and pictorial expression. He achieves this ambiguity through his unconventional use of oil paint, which – devoid of its usual malleability – gives a polished and indistinct effect, combined with the adoption of electric…
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Sabrina Bockler’s Playful Approach Offers a Unique Perspective on Painting the Female Form

Sabrina Bockler (b. 1987) is a self-taught American painter based in Brooklyn, New York, whose work primarily concerns the female figure. Bockler’s playful and colorful approach to painting offers a unique perspective on painting the female form. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from originally and when did art first enter…
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Amber Andrews Combines Elements of Abstract and Figurative Painting

Amber Andrews (b. 1994 Antwerp, Belgium) graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in 2016 and is represented by Ciaccia Levi Gallery in Paris and Gallery Sofie Van de Velde in Belgium.
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Netherlands-based Painter, Arjen, is Creating his own Language of Figurative Painting

Arjen is a self-taught painter whose work explores the intersection of the simple and the absurd.
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11 Questions with Pete Scantland

We had the opportunity to sit down, albeit virtually, with Pete Scantland, the founder and CEO of the advertising company Orange Barrel Media, and Columbus-based contemporary art collector.
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