Lumin Wakoa’s Memories Find a Second Life In Her Paintings

Wakoa’s works teeter the line between abstraction and figuration, with forms appearing on the surface as you spend more with them.

Read More

Shona McAndrew Depicts The Real and the Raw of Womanhood

Shona McAndrew is sick of women’s idyllic representation in art.
Read More

In “Candy Jail” Julia Rommel Continues to Embrace Painting’s Imperfections

In her fourth solo exhibition with Bureau, Rommel presents a continuation of her ongoing exploration into the exposition of the procedures, tools, and materials that create a painting.
Read More

Wangari Mathenge Analyzes the Shaping and Shifting of Identity

Wangari Mathenge uses art as a tool to find connection with space.
Read More

Kristy Luck Bends The Possibilities of Landscape

Kristy Luck's paintings reference landscapes in a mystic and psychologically-charged way.
Read More

Godwin Namuyimba Deconstructs The Elements of Identity

Godwin Namuyimba creates intricately layered paintings that tackle social and political issues.
Read More

After Four Decades, Lucio Fontana is Back in the U.S. and “On the Threshold”

The Met Breuer has brought Argentine-Italian artist Lucio Fontana back on American soil with his first U.S.-based retrospective in more than 40 years.
Read More

Jonathan Gardner’s “Desert Wind” Synthesizes and Modernizes Art History

Jonathan Gardner’s narrative-filled paintings distinctly stand out from the current surge of figurative painting.
Read More

Robin F. Williams Takes a Layered Approach in her Exploration of Gender & Power

Robin F. Williams paints lively, mostly female figures that toe the line between fantasy and reality.
Read More

Hiejin Yoo Celebrates Ordinary Moments

Hiejin Yoo finds fascination in her ordinary occurrences, depicting them with large swaths of color and forms that are both representational and abstract.
Read More

SHARE US ON SOCIAL

JOIN THE NEWSLETTER

Join our community newsletter and discover the hottest art world happenings right in your inbox.

Please enter a valid email address.
Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.