December 2014

Egon Schiele at the Neue Galerie by Lynn Maliszewski - New York

In his short life of 28 years, Egon Schiele attacked the figure with the ferocity and intuition of a bull running at a red cape.   read more...

Whitehot Magazine Sponsored NEW NOVUS Exhibition in Miami - New York

The title of the show New Novus points to an ironic response to the shows historical place in the artworld. The artists of New Novus show were a group to watch in Miami during Art Basel Week.   read more...

Photos: Gitler &______ Gallery - Kristian Glynn - And Again Another Crippling Love Story by Michael Anderson - New York

Gitler &______ Gallery is a new space opened by dealer Avi Gitler on Manhattan's Upper West Side   read more...

Surfers and Artists Unite: Surfers Healing - A Foundation for Autism - New York

On Wednesday, December 10th, Whitehot Magazine visited the Patagonia surf shop on the Bowery in New York City where its currently hosting The Bowery Project, a selection of custom surfboards created by some of the most famous artists and surfers in the world including Damien Hirst, Julian Schnabel, Ron English, Tom Sachs and Michael Torquato de Nicola   read more...

Miami Nice: A Visual Diary of Art Basel in Miami Beach 2014 by Paul Laster - New York

Now the newly dubbed Art Basel in Miami Beach (changed since the preeminent art fair added Art Basel in Hong Kong to its roster last year) and its ever-growing number of satellite fairs and supporting brands   read more...

Photos: Neo Rauch at David Zwirner by Michael Anderson - New York

Photos from the opening of Neo Rauch at David Zwirner Gallery, New York   read more...

On Henri Maccheroni: 2000 Photos of the Sex of a Woman by Joseph Nechvatal - Paris

Photographs were taken in two stages, from 1969 to 1971 and from 1972 to 1974, at the rate of one or two sessions per week.   read more...

A Conversation with Jennifer Rubell by Paul Laster - New York

The most artistic member of the celebrated Miami family of collectors, Jennifer Rubell came of age in the contemporary art world, but after years of playing a passive role in it she began to finds ways to express her own creativity.   read more...

Stas Orlovski: Chimera - Pasadena Museum of California Art by Megan Abrahams - Los Angeles

The unfolding sequences comprise a 30-minute loop of animated paintings. There was no script, no pre-conceived idea. The piece has no beginning, middle, or end. Inspired by Phantasmagoria shows, Chimera blends state of the art technology with the antiquated feel of the magic-lantern slide projectors used by magicians and entertainers in 18th and early 19th century Europe.   read more...

Andy Denzler: Distorted Moments by Ildegarda Scheidegger - New York

The oil paintings of Andy Denzler (b. 1965) clearly reflect his artistic approach of allowing his works the latitude to reveal everything or nothing. It is not simply their content that is important, but above all the method by which it is communicated.   read more...