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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Jenna Gribbon’s “The Artist, Eroticized”, Takes on Individuality As A Necessary Expression Come 2021

Jenna Gribbon presented an added layer of complexity and meaning to the global Contemporary art scene we find ourselves in today.
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Take a Look at the Future of African Contemporary Art With Victor Ubah

Victor Ubah is the embodiment of Contemporary Cubism and Afrofuturism, as he explores the inner workings of his subjects' identities as a key driver in his work.
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Rethink History and Representation Through Ángeles Agrela’s Detailed Drawings

Born and raised in Spain, Ángeles Agrela has been plowing the ground of her career and is well versed today as a recognized mid-career artist.
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Explore Relations of Light, Color, and Repetition through Louise Giovanelli’s Paintings

Grimm Gallery is presenting A Priori, the second solo show featuring Louise Giovanelli’s intricate painting style
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See Your Thoughts Mirrored in the Abstraction of Patrick Alston’s Paintings

Having grown up in the urban jungle, Patrick Alston’s work reflects expression and abstraction
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Lose Yourself in Rosa Loy’s Fantastical Realities

Rosa Loy currently holds one of the few spaces in the New Leipzing School filled by a female painter in post-unification Germany.
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Feel Music in the Movement of Brandon Deener’s Work

From an upbringing surrounded in Memphis by music, and a prominent musical career, Brandon Deener’s artistic path has (relatively) recently, shifted to visual expression
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Engage in Dialogue With the Diligently Layered Paintings of Oscar yi Hou

New York based painter Oscar yi Hou explores subjecthood and identity through his work
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Exploring Representations of the Self and Distance at Maximillian William Gallery, London

Maximillian William gallery presents the first London solo show from Texan artist Iva Kinnaird, I Would Love You if You Looked Like This:.
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