Blog Post Category Archive (painting)

  1. Screening tonight: The Cinematheque x The Contemporary Art Gallery: Art21

    The Cinematheque is delighted to present the Canadian theatrical premiere of this one-hour film, part of Art in the Twenty-First Century’s new season: “In small and tightly-knit Vancouver, artists reframe the world through a series of sophisticated illusions. By recreating

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  2. ALICE NEEL

    American painter Alice Neel (January 28, 1900 – October 13, 1984) focused her practice from the 20s to the 80s on portraits of friends, family, lovers, neighbors and the artists, misfits and creative types that surrounded her from Havana, Cuba

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  3. NATHALEE PAOLINELLI: MOBILES+CERAMICS AND OTHER THINGS

    Nathalee Paolinelli loves making things. Whether painting, making fine art objects or crafting, her work enthusiastically plays with the endless possibilities of composition, form, and colour.  Her practice is rooted in and inspired by play and experimentation, and aims to

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  4. Whitney Museum Of American Art: JEFF KOONS-A RETROSPECTIVE until OCT 19

    Jeff Koons, Tulips, 1995–98. Oil on canvas; 111 3⁄8 × 131 in. (282.9 × 332.7cm). Private collection. © Jeff Koons Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, popular, and controversial artists of the postwar era. Throughout

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  5. Exhibition: Miya Ando’s Aurora shows in London

    Last week Mead Carney Gallery in London hosted New York based artist Miya Ando and her newest collection of work, Aurora. In a new exploration of light and colour, Ando transforms anodized aluminum and steel into meditations on light.  

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  6. Til Oct 4th: Rennie Collection- Rodney Graham

    Vancouver based artist Rodney Graham has a solo show on at the ‘Rennie Collection- Wing Sang’ until October 4th showing pieces from the artist works in several media – film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, sound, text, and installation. Graham’s show was a

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  7. Tonight at Shack Art Gallery: Mark Hall-Patch- Troublesome Waters

      A solo show by Mark Hall-Patch called ‘Troublesome Waters” opens tonight at Shack Art Gallery.

  8. 01 Magazine at Frieze Art Fair In New York

    This beautiful program is holding my all access card to Frieze Art Fair in New York City. I will be covering the fair on our blog and Instagram along with other exhibitions around the city so stay tuned!

  9. Colleen Heslin: Ballads from the North Sea

    Colleen Heslin loves playing with the notion of painting, not so much as using paint on canvas but experimenting with different techniques such as dyeing and cutting fabric, reassembling it in different configurations and letting the irregularities and the naturally

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  10. Video:Julian Schnabel-In The Course of Seven Days

    Nowness give us a rare look into artist Julian Schnabel’s home studio as he prepares for his first US Museum show since the 80’s at Gagosian Gallery, NY which opens tomorrow called ‘View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, 1989-1990’.

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  11. Womens: Saint Laurent- F/W 14-15

    For his latest collection, Hedi Slimane chose Californian John Baldessari as the artist to feature in the little black folio that functions as his show invitation. Baldessari, now 82, is one of the grand masters of appropriation, repurposing preexistent or

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  12. On Until April 19th: Equinox Gallery

    Three great shows are exhibiting at various wings at the Equinox Gallery. (Allison Tweedie-Matinée(2013)-paper collage image size: 4 x 3.5 in.-photo courtesy of Equinox Gallery)       Solo Exhibition: Allison Tweedie- Cutting Sunsets Assistant Curator: Sophie Brodovitch (Allison Tweedie:

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