• Art

    “THAT FIRST RAIN IN MAY” ANGEL OTERO

    Over the last decade, New York-based artist Angel Otero has experimented with numerous genres and styles, from early still lifes, domestic interiors, and landscapes, to pure abstraction created using his innovative oil paint ...

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    ROBERT LONGO – DRAWN FROM THE SOURCE

    While Robert Longo has worked in a variety of media – including performance, photography, sculpture and painting – he is best known for his large-scale charcoal drawings engaging with art histrory as well as hyper-realistic works that reflect on the…

  • Art,  Blackqube

    MANI NEJAD AT KIPS GALLERY NEW YORK

    Mani Nejad's paintings unite the languages of abstraction and figuration in a single canvas weaving togehter spontaneous tracks of composition that result in works that are organized in their own autonomous way ...

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    CAROL BOVE

    New York based artist Carol Bove is best known for her large-scale sculptures made of crumpled stainless steel tubing, each combined with a large, circular glass disk. Presented in a monochrome environment, her installations consider the phenomenological experience of form…

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    KATE KLINGBEIL – SCULPTURAL PAINTINGS

    Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles is currently presenting Nervous System, a solo exhibition by Kate Klingbeil which features four recent paintings inspired by the artist’s experiences with chronic illness and her resulting medical anxiety caused by navigating the deteriorating American…

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    Luca Sára Rózsa – A Circle does not have an End

    Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles is currently presenting A Circle Does Not Have An End, a solo exhibition of Budapest-based artist Luca Sára Rózsa. The exhibition features recent paintings and ceramic relief. According to the artist, the people are living…

  • PHOTOGRAPHY

    SEYDOU KEITA – THE QUEST FOR HUMAN BEAUTY

    In the 1950s and 60s, a colourful collection of inhabitants of Bamako, capital of Mali, posed for Seydou Keïta, one of Africa’s most renowned photographer. People visited Keïta’s studio to have their picture taken at their best: wearing extravagant dresses…