October, 2009

Frieze Art Fair: Super Flex

Frieze Art Fair (which shares its name with contemporary art magazine, Frieze) is held annually each October in Regent’s Park, London. This year, over 150 leading contemporary art galleries from around the world are represented on site – allowing the visitor to both view and purchase contemporary art. The Frieze Fair also hosts a curatorial program of newly commissioned artworks, a talks program and an artist-led[…..]

T.V. Santhosh

The Guild Art Gallery in Mumbai and Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City have partnered to present Blood and Spit, an exhibition of new paintings by artist T.V. Santhosh. The exhibition, which opened yesterday, includes five large-scale hyper-color figurative paintings and eight monochromatic watercolor paintings. The source images of the paintings have a familiar quality, as many of them are sourced from or reference current media[…..]

Stefan a Wengen

Nightology is the title of a new exhibition by Swiss artist Stefan a Wengen. Currently on view at Black and While Gallery in New York City, the exhibition marks the artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States, and includes a new series of paintings that continue his interest in isolation and the cloak of the night. The subdued images are punctuated with electric color, seducing the[…..]

Aurelia Munoz

Currently exhibiting at the N2 Gallery in Barcelona, Spain are the works of Spanish artist Aurelia Munoz. The works on display are delicate, yet formidable, sculptures made of materials ranging from handmade paper to textile fibers. The piece Entre Social, 1976, is a large-scale macrame sculpture that serves as testimony to Munoz’s ability to beautifully marry geometry and abstraction with natural textiles, creating an entirely new three-dimensional artistic[…..]

Kathy Aoki

Kathy Aoki is currently presenting a solo show at Oakland’s Swarm Gallery entitled The Museum of Historical Makeovers. In her faux-museum exhibition, Aoki takes on the role of a curator from the year 3011 at a cultural history museum. The exhibition specifically follows Gwen Stefani as if humanity has uncovered artifacts from her clothing lines and accepted them as culturally significant. The museum consists of several sculptural works[…..]

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From Whence the Rainbow Came

Currently on view at Ambach and Rice Gallery in Seattle is the exhibition, From Whence the Rainbow Came. The exhibition features new works by acclaimed Seattle-based artists Jeffry Mitchell, Joe Park, Dan Webb and Claude Zervas. The collection of works defy the standard structure of a curated exhibition or the trend to have several small solo groupings presented under one roof. Instead the artists, who are all friends and colleagues,[…..]