All Posts By Hypocrite

Korehiko Hino

by Saturday, May 16, 2015

Korehiko Hino paints unnerving portraits of child-like androgynous adults with huge expressive eyes that practically scream at the viewer. 1976 Born in Ishikawa Lives and works in Tokyo Education 2001 Completed the Master Course in Painting at University of Tsukuba 1999 Graduated from University of Tsukuba, Major in Painting Solo Exihibition 2013 "Scenery as is", SNOW Contemporary, Tokyo 2011 "What Lies Beneath", The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo "Spring Man", ...

Thomas Hannich

by Wednesday, May 13, 2015

  Thomas Hannich lives and works on both sides of the atlantic – in hamburg, germany, and in new york city.   After studying photography, Thomas began to develop his personal view of things when he started working as a freelance photographer.   His still life photography relies on the overdrawing and heightening of textile qualities and surfaces, lending the ...

Tristan Eaton

by Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Born in Los Angeles in 1978, Tristan began pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from walls to billboards in the urban landscape wherever he lived, including London, Detroit and Brooklyn.   After growing up on comic books, graffiti and skateboard culture, Tristan designed his first toy for Fisher Price at 18 years old and began ...

Jordan Nickel

by Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Pose (Jordan Nickel) was born in 1980 in Evanston, Illinois, and is currently based in Chicago. Named “One to Watch” by CNN in 2015 as part of their international television series that shined a light on up-and-coming creative talent set to be the next big names in culture, modern pop artist, POSE, has been applauded for ...

Matthew Ritchie

by Saturday, May 9, 2015

Born 1964 Lives and works in New York City. Ritchie’s contribution to the Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall will continue his exploration of the possibilities, limitations, and collaborative capabilities of various media. Here, painting escapes its traditional confines both dimensionally—by extending across the art wall to the adjacent bay of windows—as well as materially—through the inclusion ...