Ethan Murrow – Grandiose Narratives – Artist Profile

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Ethan Murrow is an artist working out of Boston, MA. His drawing, video, sculpture and installation projects delve into the idealized and uncomfortable ways in which histories are told, retold and molded into grandiose narratives. Ethan received his B.A. from … Read More

Nathan Reidt – Unique Programming – Artist Interview

The recent artwork of Nathan Reidt asks us some very direct questions about how we view beauty and challenges any societal conditioning or innate repulsions we may be harbouring. Reidt’s figurative works, sometimes depicting the forms of what are still … Read More

Michael Kerbow – Portents and Aberrations – Artist Profile

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Michael Kerbow is a San Francisco-based artist who works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, assemblage, and digitally-manipulated photography. He received his MFA from Pratt Institute in New York. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and … Read More

Juan Travieso – The Beauty We Are Losing – Artist Profile

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Juan Travieso (born Havana, Cuba 1987), is an artist based in Miami and New York.  His work explores notions of impermanence and decay through a combined language of pop, realism, and abstraction. Figures, be them humans or animals, are broken … Read More

Nicomi Nix Turner – The Dying Thought – Guest Blog

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‘The Dying Thought’ by Nicomi Nix Turner We have been so governed by the idea of flags: our symbol of ownership and dominion of people and land. In ‘The Dying Thought’, archetypes traverse barren dreamscapes, bearing dominion over themselves, their … Read More

Dan Lydersen – Caravaggio and Hot Dogs – Artist Interview

With a scope that is broad and far-reaching, the paintings of Dan Lydersen incorporate his multi-faceted worldview to tremendous effect and deliver open-ended narratives which create a wealth of opportunity for free interpretation. Lydersen’s imagery is infused with the familiarity … Read More

Hikari Shimoda – Is it Happy to Live in this World? – Guest Blog

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‘Is it Happy to Live in this World?’ by Hikari Shimoda It is happy to have a comfortable house, enough food and cloth, in addition get enough education. There are a lot of people whose lives are put in jeopardy … Read More

Peter Adamyan – Brand Identity As Cultural Identity – Guest Blog

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‘Brand Identity As Cultural Identity’ by Peter Adamyan All human civilization starts with us finding our place in the natural world, with our desire to tame and control nature, to advance our own survival and push the proliferation of the … Read More

Michael Kerbow – The Road Ahead – Artist Guest Blog

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‘The Road Ahead’ by Michael Kerbow I used to feel self-conscious if I told someone I was a painter. Compared to professions like teaching or medicine, pursuing art seemed self-indulgent as everything revolved around my interests, or what I wanted … Read More

Alex Gross – Antisocial Network – Artist Interview

Within the emotionally charged and powerfully discerning art of Alex Gross, we are treated to scenes of both dreamlike surreality and slabs of hard hitting reality, which dish up copious disturbing home truths, while asking us to confront our modern … Read More

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