Eleanor Swordy Combines Memory with Imagination

Swordy creates works that originate from a combination of her imagination and memories.

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Jonas Wood’s Prints Speak Volumes at Gagosian

The latest Jonas Wood exhibit showcases his trademark still lives.
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Katharina Grosse’s Installation: “The Horse Trotted Another Couple of Metres, Then it Stopped”

Written By Isabelle Davis German artist Katharina Grosse recently unveiled her installation at Carriageworks under the name “The Horse Trotted Another Couple of Metres, Then it Stopped.” Part of the Sydney Art Festival of 2018 and a third part of the Schwartz Carriageworks series of projects shown internationally, Grosse’s work responds to Carriagework’s industrial architecture…
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Gabriel Barcia-Colombo

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo is a mixed media artist whose work questions technology’s effect on humans’ relationships to time, memory, and death.
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Ryan Schneider

"I started to see that the only thing that really needs happen while I paint is that I need to be present, and focus on what the brush, paint, and canvas are doing right in front of me."
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Susumu Kamijo

By Nina Blumberg Nina Blumberg, art consultant at Samuels Creative in Manhattan and founder of the art Instagram @artstagram__, interviews up-and-coming contemporary artist Susumu Kamijo as a part of a collaboration with LA-based art company Art Of Choice. Kamijo has gained recognition over the past few years for his mixed media paintings and drawings– in…
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Betty Tompkins

Betty Tompkins is an American painter who has been working since the late 1960s.
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Patrick Martinez

Patrick Martinez creates work that reflects his L.A. suburban upbringing as well as his diverse cultural background.
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David Hockney | The Metropolitan Museum of Art Retrospective

At 80 years old, few other living artists have maintained a career as long, active and revered as David Hockney.
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Emily Mae Smith

Smith’s signature style straddles the line between pop and surrealism, humor and truth.
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