• NFT- The Future of Art?

    Vienna Contemporary celebrated its return to art in real life for its 2021 edition in the first week of September. As the leading art fair in Austria, the curatorial focus was contemporary art from 25 galleries across 10 countries in Central and Eastern Europe. In addition to the selected galleries, the fair featured a robust […]

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  • teamLab Planets TOKYO

    “Experience the beauties of nature, and in doing so learn about yourself.” — Japanese proverb In the midst of international lockdowns and restrictions, we have developed a new relationship with our surroundings, becoming more conscious of how we move in, around, and through space. We spent an inordinate amount of time indoors, examining nature through […]

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  • Spencer Mar Guilburt: This Too Shall Last

    The signature “Fire-Flowers” by Los Angeles-based Spencer Mar Guilburt act as checkpoints throughout the city.  Their inherent fluidity and motion transform the exterior of any wall, building, or canvas.  They have become like a fingerprint, an indelible and unmistakable mark confirming evidence that the artist was once here and has since traveled to a new […]

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  • Gregory’s Drive-Thru

    No matter what medium Gregory Siff employs, his works are visceral creations bearing ethnographic symbols containing memories of childhood, family, and happiness.  His process is gestural and guided by the textures of paint, Krink, spray paint, pencils, colored markers, crayons, and whatever else he may discover across his studio.  The unmistakable authenticity of Gregory Siff […]

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  • Robert Longo: Storm of Hope

    This year has been a ‘Storm of Hope,” in many ways.  The phrase is anthemic and poignant in that it speaks to the eye of the storm that we have found ourselves in- one unprecedented rain after another.  Robert Longo looks to the unflinching photographic documentation of these moments and renders them by hand so […]

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  • Rainer Hosch: Apocalypse Now

    The outstretched branches of the Joshua tree quiver with fiery spiky leaves and recede into the horizon. The single trunk that supports the once-thriving plant species still stands despite enduring intense heat and the unforgiving wrath of flames.  Rainer Hosch’s documentation of the scorched earth in the aftermath of the Dome fire, just one of […]

    A. Moret No responses December 27, 2020