Ji Xin’s Female Figures Combine Surrealism with Traditional Chinese Painting

Ji Xin (b. 1988) is an artist from Nantong, Jiangsu Province, who is making a name for himself through his captivating figurative paintings. Growing up in an artistic family, Ji Xin knew he wanted to be an artist from a young age. Combining his interest in surrealism and Traditional Chinese painting, he has created his…

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Swim in Khari Tuner’s Ocean to Discover how Body, and Water, Are One And The Same

Khari Turner’s compositions are as complex in conceptuality, as they are in physical appearances and artwork medium.
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Immerse yourself in the Conceptual Language of Daniel T. Gaitor Lomack

Through the language of experience and time, the work of Daniel T. Gaitor Lomack will entice your every nerve in ways one seldom does as a viewer.
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Experience the Poetic Solitude in Danielle McKinney’s Body of Work, “Saw My Shadow” at Fortnight Institute, NY

Throughout Danielle McKinney's latest body of work, depicted subjects protrude a sense of self-assurance rather than despair through their solace.
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Step Into the 18th Century Universe of Jesse Mockrin’s Contemporary Paintings

Jesse Mockrin’s work is the embodiment of Contemporary Romanticism. The dedication present in her undetectable brushstrokes, the quality of color, light and composition, and her own personal touch, all make the result a feast for the eyes. Mockrin introduces to her work detailed symbols and subtle subjects relating to feminism and women in history, and…
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Linger In the Presence of Diane Dal-Pra’s Silent Oil Paintings

Get lost in the movement and stillness in Diane Dal-Pra's grand oil paintings.
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Fall Down The Rabbit Hole of Symbolism Through the Work of Maria Fragoso

The young up-and-coming artist is breaking the barriers and plowing the ground of contemporary sensorial figuration.
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Take a Deep Dive Into Your Own Psyche with Lucy Bull’s “Skunk Grove” at David Kordansky Gallery

On view through May 1, 2021, Skunk Grove at David Kordansky, LA is the first solo show debuting Lucy Bull’s latest body of work.
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All Eyes on Brooklin A. Soumahoro

Self-taught Los Angeles based artist Brooklin Soumahoro is the worldly and educated artist you want to add to your favorites list.
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Stare Deeply Into the Eyes in Annan Affotey’s Portraits

Having explored an extensive array of styles through his career, Annan Affotey has recently brought interpretation into a new dimension: portraiture.
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Particle: Paving the Way for Fractional Ownership of Fine Art Masterpieces

Harold Eytan, Particle’s CEO is an operator who launched and until recently led Operations at Numan, the UK’s largest digital men’s health platform treating over 600k patients. Previous to Numan, Harold started his career at Rocket Internet, where he took numerous ventures from idea to launch in their signature 90 days. Tell us a little…
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Nadia Ayari’s Paintings Negotiate Personal and Political Views

Nadia Ayari (b. 1981) is a New York-based artist whose paintings are characterized by a noticeable balance between abstraction and figuration, often depicting what she sees as a negotiation of her personal and political views. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from originally and when did art first enter your life?…
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Tahnee Lonsdale’s Intertwining Figures Touch on Aspects of Religion and Literature

Tahnee Lonsdale (b. 1982, United Kingdom) is an abstract figurative painter based in Los Angeles. Lonsdale’s vibrant and intertwining figures touch on a variety of topics including religion, literature, art history and even spiritual movements. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from originally and when did art first enter your life?…
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Elana Bowsher’s Dreamlike Compositions Offer New Perspectives

Elana Bowsher (b. 1990) is a Los Angeles-based artist whose feminine style paintings often depict the female form in graceful gestures with dreamlike compositions. Incorporating feminine-associated clothing and other earthly pleasures, Bowsher paints graphic iconography in her own language, thus offering the viewer a new outlook on otherwise ordinary objects. Tell us a little bit…
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Through his Work, Mark Verabioff Comments on Aspects of Feminism, Art History, and Politics

Mark Verabioff (b. 1963) is a Los Angeles-based artist originally from Canada, who before moving to LA in 2001, was living in New York where he would perform “guerrilla actions” both publicly and in gallery spaces. In his work, Verabioff develops his identity as an antagonist towards the strong order of power in this country…
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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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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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