January 2015

Voids and Invocations: Evie Falci at the Lodge Gallery photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Gregg LeFevre: Artificial Dreams of the Advertising Industry by Anthony Haden-Guest - New York

As with Jonathan Borofsky and Dennis Oppenheim before him, this visceral dislike for the system took Gregg LeFevre to Public art.   read more...

Sing Down the Moon: Donald Kilpatrick at the Butcher's Daughter - photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Whitehot was uptown in NYC for the opening of Donald Kilpatrick   read more...

Ann Lislegaard at Murray Guy by Patty Harris - New York

In her latest installation at Murray Guy, Ann Lislegaard expands upon her fascination with science fiction. On entering the gallery, the viewer is confronted with a large projection of a talking owl and its mirror image. It speaks and squawks in a distorted voice both human and mechanical.   read more...

Toasting Almonds in Deep Mexican Pools by Gregory de la Haba - New York

After driving 90 miles east from New York City, Whitehot Magazine secures a parking spot directly out front Almond Restaurant & Bar located on the far south-eastern corner of this charming street in Bridgehampton New York.   read more...

Erin Smith: To the Moon and Back at Amy Li Projects by Michael Anderson - New York

Whitehot went to the recent opening at Amy Li Project in Chinatown, NYC   read more...

Djordje Ozbolt: More paintings about poets and food at Hauser & Wirth by Paul Laster - New York

An artist with an incredible sense of whimsy, Djordje Ozbolt packed the house at Hauser & Wirth   read more...

Keeper of the Gate: Raymond Salvatore Harmon on post-internet art, graffiti and cut up canvas - New York

Raised in the shadow Detroit Raymond Salvatore Harmon is an artist who works in vibrant color on an architectural scale.   read more...

Daniel Maidman: Recent Drawings at Dacia Gallery by Kathleen Massara - New York

The artist and arts blogger Daniel Maidman has gone to battle on behalf of figurative drawing in the age of post-historical art.   read more...

Katherine Bernhardt Interview by Ashley Garrett - New York

Brooklyn based painter Katherine Bernhardt is well known and loved by both critics and artists for her iconic gestural paintings, which have evolved over recent years from brazen fashion models to textile-based abstractions to patterned pop imagery.   read more...