As we strolled through the new CONTEXT Art Miami (highlights here), one of the booths that drew us in featured artists diplayed by the Merry Karnowsky Gallery. Included in this particular showing were works from artists we have mentioned here at AM before like Deedee Cheriel, Mark Whalen, Kent Williams, and Greg Simkins. Check out more photos below… Discuss Basel Week Miami here.
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Joe Sorren (featured) recently opened a great show at New York’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Entitled Everything’s Alright Sweetie, Please Get Some Sleep, this exhibition delivered what we come to expect from the artist. From his thoughtful impressionist inspired brushstrokes to dreamy soft textures & lighting, Joe touches the viewers in a way few artists we’ve seen could. The themes this series harnesses are the fear and concerns of vulnerability, but also the contrasting strength that comes with courage. This wonderful show is up until December 29th, […]
Fans of The Lord Of The Rings don’t need to be told that this weekend marks the release of the highly anticipated first movie in the upcoming The Hobbit triology. What they may not know though is that Olly Moss will be releasing another one of his highly sought after prints through Mondo with the subject being Tolkien’s universe and characters. The limited edition seen above is 15″ x 36″ will be limited to a run of 580 for $50 (with a orange variant limited […]
Another strong fair we visited while we were enjoying Basel Week Miami was PULSE. Featuring many galleries and artists that we were familiar with, it was a nice stroll catching up with them as well as learning about some new artists. Here is an overview of what we saw, including these sculptures from Mark Mulroney (seen above), before we take you on some closer in-depth looks at some of the booths. Discuss Basel Week Miami here.
The last collection of works from Ray Caesar (interviewed) we saw up close and personal was at a special showing in Beverly Hills last December at Stephen Webster. Dutch fans will get the same opportunity this weekend (December 15th) as the Toronto-based artist will be presenting his digital masterpieces at the KochxBos Gallery in Amsterdam. The recently relocated gallery will be home to new pieces like The Manager, Tea with Me and He, We Three Kings, Gift of Love, Gift of Time, and Gift of Joy featuring interactions […]
This Saturday at the Corey Helford Gallery, a group exhibition has been organized where artists were asked to give their version of the crucifixion of Christ. Twenty three participants will be exploring an event and symbol that has intrigued master painters and sculptors for centuries, but don’t expect any traditional interpretations. Stop by if you are in town to take a look at what Glenn Barr, Ray Caesar, Victor Castillo, Ron English (above), Natalia Fabia, Korin Faught, Sarah Folkman, Nancy Fouts, Eric Joyner, Benjamin Bryce Kelley, Maria Kreyn, […]
At this weekend’s Giant Robot Post It 8 show (previewed), those with a good eye and a bit of detective work would have noticed some of Andrew Hem’s (interviewed) work in a very unfamiliar style. We will show you more of this later but for now, here is a look back to Andrew’s book signing (previewed) at the end of October where there was a generous display of his more familiar original work. On this night, Andrew also took his time to sign and draw for […]
Overtime stories of the week: Raphael drawing – Head Of A Young Apostle – sells for £30 million – new record for paper piece at auction. Prominent collector Steven Cohen under investigation and noticeably absent at Art Basel Miami Beach. Woman purchases Alexander Calder print worth $9k for $12.34 at a Goodwill store. ESSAM arrested and given multiple charges after outing himself in a video interview. Five looted Indian sculptures (worth $5 mil.)seized at Port Newark by Homeland Security Investigations. Identity of thief who stole […]
AM found time to visit another fair in Midtown Miami, the inaugural Miami Project earlier this week. Unlike most new fairs, we were impressed by their solid lineup of respected galleries and great facilities. This is perhaps this is due to the experience of the fair’s organizers, artMRKT Productions, who have already held fairs Houston, San Francisco, and the Hamptons. Check out the selection of works below and the a piece from Mel Bochner above… Discuss Basel Week Miami here.
The last large body of work from Amy Sol (interviewed) that we witnessed was in Los Angeles earlier this year (covered). The Las Vegas-based painter has decided to present her next solo entitled Someday Garden at the Thinkspace booth / SCOPE art fair (covered) which we visited yesterday. Included are nine luminous paintings featuring here characters interacting with nature and the delicate creatures in her world. Stop by if you are in town for Basel Week Miami. Discuss this show here. Discuss Amy Sol here.