April 2015

"The Best Art In The World"

Dallas Arts Week By Paul Laster - New York

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art at Dallas Arts Week   read more...

Carol Es: Exodus by Megan Abrahams - Los Angeles

In a series of revelatory paintings and mixed media collages that document a literal journey to Joshua Tree along with a personal quest for catharsis, Los Angeles based artist Carol Es has combined landscape imagery, desert icons and symbols of the Kabbalah, opening a veritable portal into her artistic psyche.   read more...

Photos from the opening of Mi Ju "Nest" at Freight and Volume by Michael Anderson - New York

Whitehot at the opening of Mi Ju at Freight and Volume Gallery in New York City   read more...

Whitehot Magazine at the Opening of Post-Analog Painting at the Hole photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Photos from the opening of a group show of painting at the Hole Gallery in New York City.   read more...

Guy Patton: Working with New Rules - London

Presented at VITRINE, Guy Patton's first solo exhibition explored his rigorous appreciation of paint as his medium, embracing spontaneity, process and collisions of colour through a series of large-scale acrylic paintings.   read more...

Davidoff Expands its Art Initiative by Paul Laster - New York

Supporting contemporary art in the Caribbean, the Davidoff Art Initiative recently inaugurated it newly constructed artist residency in the Dominican Republic, where it produces most of its best cigars.   read more...

Hope Kroll: The True Story of a Mad Scientist and Her Tiny Scissors by Deianira Tolema - New York

Hope Kroll was born in Skokie, Illinois and moved out to California when she was 21 years old. She was first enrolled in art school at the age of seven, when she was trained in oil painting.   read more...

Casper Brindle and the Expressive Power of Color by Gregory de la Haba - New York

CHROMA is Casper Brindle's third solo exhibit at William Turner Gallery sold out the night before his public reception.   read more...

The opening of Matt Ducklo: Tomorrow is a Long Time at Launch F18 photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Launch F18 Gallery moves to a ground floor Lower East Side space and Whitehot was there.   read more...

The Art of Hung Liu: Spanning cultures, Transcending Dogma by Megan Abrahams - Los Angeles

Spanning cultures, transcending dogma, and circumventing time, this important selection of recent work by Hung Liu is rich with history, symbolism, dramatic narrative, and the lustre of oil paint applied by an eloquent hand.   read more...