July 2014

My Generation: Young Chinese Artists by Paul Laster - New York

The first American exhibition to focus exclusively on the post-Mao generation of Chinese artists, My Generation: Young Chinese Artists   read more...

Betty Tompkins Interview by Noah Becker - New York

The painter Betty Tompkins has an exhbition opening at Art Basel in Switzerland with Galerie Rodolph Janssen. Photo by Ari Marcopoulos   read more...

Erik den Breejen by Maria Calandra - New York

Erik den Breejen has had a long lasting love affair with the seductive poetry of popular music and rock and roll, finely tuned painted marks, and hues that are turned on by complimentary and sometimes less than complimentary color schemes. Maria Calandra visits his show at Freight + Volume in New York.   read more...

NEWD Art Show by Paul Laster - New York

Coinciding with Bushwick Open Studios, the NEWD Art Show kicked off its inaugural edition in a 7,000 square foot warehouse on Johnson Avenue with a preview party   read more...

Christopher Russell by Shana Nys Dambrot - Los Angeles

Christopher Russell is doing it all wrong. He takes pictures in which he seeks out explosive lens flare, inky creeping shadows, smashed-apart prismatics, and other flagrant optical distortions.   read more...

In Conversation with Jillian Ann by Kofi Forson - New York

Jillian Ann in Conversation with Kofi Forson photos by Richard Kern   read more...

Pierre Soulages @ Emmanuel Perrotin by Shana Beth Mason - Miami/New York

Pierre Soulages the under-appreciated, underestimated master has an exhibition at Perrotin Gallery in New York until June 27th 2014 Photo credit: Vincent Cunillère   read more...

Rene Ricard Memorial photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Photos from the memorial for New York legend Rene Ricard   read more...

Matt Bahen @ Munch Gallery by Sarah Elise Hall - New York

Matt Bahen Sometimes Comes the Mother, Sometimes the Wolf, Munch Gallery, New York April 25th thru May 31st   read more...

Julian Schnabel @ Dairy Art Centre by Sophie Hill - London

Every Angel has a Dark Side is the first Julian Schnabel solo show in a UK public space in fifteen years and, following his marked success as a film Director, Schnabel proves he is still an artist first.   read more...