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December, 2013

  • 17 December

    Ten Surrealists Art Historians Love And Every Art Lover Must Know

    1. Roberto Matta Roberto Matta is a twentieth century surrealist and abstract expressionist. His work seems to contain recognizable forms such as fireworks and onion heads, and possibly even staircases and architectural forms. At closer examination, the viewer realizes his work is composed of unrecognizable features such as lines, complimentary colors, …

  • 13 December

    Orgy of Chiaroscuro: What’s Black, White & Photographed All Over?

    Lower East Side, NYC – Friday, December 13, 2013 Last night after leaving the Drunk-Tank Pink show in Chelsea (an orgy of pink), I headed down to the Lower East Side for the opening of The Black & White Show (an orgy of chiaroscuro),  Dacia Gallery’s annual group Holiday Exhibition.  …

  • 13 December

    Drunk-Tank Pink: The Psychological Effects of a Color in Art

    New York City – Friday, December 13, 2013 I started my professional art career in high school coloring comic books for Marvel, so I’ve always had an intimate understanding of the power of color applied properly in a work of art. The way a work is colored can change the …

  • 10 December

    The Magic of Youth is Unfiltered & Refocused in Ivan Roque’s “Awakening”

    Lower East Side, NYC – Tuesday, December 10, 2013 With all the NY artists traveling to Miami last week for Art | Basel, Miami artist Ivan Roque had made a trip north to NYC for his works on paper show titled Awakening at Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in the Lower East …

November, 2013

  • 23 November

    Steven Assael: New Drawings

    New York City – Monday, November 25, 2013 If you’re traveling into New York City or are lucky enough to abide in the area this holiday season, I highly recommend stopping by Forum Gallery to catch a glimpse of leading figurative artist, Steven Assael. Channeling the grace, technique and voices …