Recently FADNYC’s, VC, ventured into the streets of Bushwick to take a closer look into the illustrative and multi faceted works of Isaac Arvold. His upcoming exhibition ‘These Hands Are Monsters’ opens this August 14th, 2014 @Gallery Poulsen in Copenhagen.
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The idea that commercial galleries do not sell to just anyone, but select their clients very carefully, sounds like outright elitism. It sounds as if they deliberately seek out the rich and powerful….
Most days art Critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in Surrey. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?
Currently exhibiting in DegreeArt’s ‘Post Digital’ show, we talk to multi-media artist Gabriel Andreu to find out more about his practice, and what the Post Digital era means to artists in today’s creative sphere.
Damien Hirst has commanded the destruction of an early Spot Painting……
So much information exists within the fourth dimension of the internet, but what are the advantages of moving back into the third dimension of the non-virtual world?
I recently came across a copy of Art Monthly for July 1986. The magazine doesn’t look so different from the July 2014 issue, and – like that – includes listings of some 200 forthcoming shows….
Two people, one artist, making art for all in their tweed suits, dining every day in the same restaurant because they don’t have a kitchen, with no friends and traditional Conservative values.