Robert del Naja aka 3D

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Robert del Naja is a founding member of the band Massive Attack and remains at the group's core today. Using the tag 3D, he has been active as a graffiti artist since his teenage years. Alongside his crew The Wild Bunch, he is credited as the spiritual leader of the graffiti scene in his native city of ...

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Antony Micallef

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Antony Micallef is widely recognised as one of the finest painters in contemporary art today. His ambitious and opulent canvases examine this generation's complex relationship with consumerism and indulgence. Expressionist scenes of hedonistic excess, shop window seduction and international travel mix with spiritual iconography and lavish brush strokes. Described as "Caravaggio meets Manga", this potent ...

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Robert Proch

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Dramatically skewed within geometric patterns and shapes, Robert Proch's huge outdoor frescos stop traffic wherever they appear. Robert Proch began putting up large-scale, provocative murals across his hometown of Bydgoszcz, Poland as a teen. He has since exhibited extensively throughout Europe, including Poland, Denmark, France, Italy, Hungary, Estonia and Germany.   Proch's abstract, figurative style is inspired by ...

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Leah Tinari

Friday, January 30, 2015

During my last solo exhibition at Mixed Greens, I showed portrait paintings and installed a homemade, DIY photo booth where people could enter, pick their own patterned fabric backgrounds, and pose. Photo booths I had seen in Japan, where people could customize their photos, inspired my booth. I really liked the idea of being able ...

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Ignasi Monreal

Monday, January 19, 2015

Ignasi Monreal is a Digital Artist from Barcelona based in London.     Co-founder of PLATODAVINCI.COM Clients: Absolut Vodka, Alfred Dunhill, Candy Magazine, Davidelfin, Dercanvas Sao Paulo, EY! Magateen, FKA Twigs, Harper´s Bazaar, IED Madrid, Joyce Boutique Hong Kong, Movistar, ODDA Magazine, Swarovski, V Spain.  

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Charlie Isoe

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Charlie Isoe is quietly lauded as one of the finest up-and-coming talents in the art world today. The young Australian painter is a former graffiti artist, although his gallery work rarely draws upon this background. He is noted for his nomadic, pleasure-seeking lifestyle.   Isoe applies his considerable artistic endowment to masterly figurative paintings that wallow in ...

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Jonathan Yeo

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Jonathan Yeo has faced considerable adversity to become the eminent portrait painter of his generation. His representative works are often controversial depictions of willing subjects. Jonathan believes this direction is verified by the proliferation of photography; in a 2011 interviewwith The Guardian newspaper he said "If you paint a portrait and it's massively flattering, the artist ...

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Chris Berens

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Chris Berens grew up near the historic Netherlands city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, steeped in the atmosphere exalted by painters like Rembrandt and Vermeer. From an early age, he was immersed in his own inner world, a luminous realm inhabited by enigmatic characters and menageries of strange, compelling creatures. After studying illustration at the Academy of Art ...

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Jonny Green

Friday, November 28, 2014

Jonny Green makes paintings of sculptures… Mad-men rendered crudely in plastine and electrical tape or abject-looking re-animated brains adorned with filthy paper flowers and grubby clockwork parts. Each depicted object/character seems to be demanding recognition and validation from the viewer in spite of their manifest flaws, they seem to be trying to adorn themselves in ...

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Johan Barrios

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Johan Barrios (b. 1982 in Barranquilla, Colombia) is graduated from the Universidad de Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia.  He has shown his work internationally including the United States, Spain, and Switzerland.   His work is primarily done in the form of oil painting and drawing.  His process begins by capturing his concepts in photographs or occasionally discovering other images.  In ...

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Aleah Chapin

Friday, October 17, 2014

Born in 1986, Aleah Chapin grew up on an island north of Seattle. She received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 2009 and her MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2012, followed by a Postgraduate Fellowship.   Aleah attended a residency at the Leipzig International Art Programme in Germany and in ...

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Artist Interview: Regina Nieke

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Artist Interview: Regina Nieke. Berlin, 2014  

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Interview with Vancouver artist Ann Goldberg

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Interview with Vancouver artist Ann Goldberg INTERVIEW: ALEX M F QUICHO Winsor Gallery 258 E 1st Ave, Vancouver BC

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Olafur Eliasson on Turner

Friday, September 19, 2014

Eliasson has analysed seven paintings by Turner to create Turner colour experiments, which isolate and record Turner’s use of light and colour. Turner colour experiments relate to an ongoing series of Colour experiment paintings which began in 2009 when Eliasson started analysing pigments, paint production and application of colour in order to mix paint in the ...

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Interview with artist Gary Pearson

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Interview with artist Gary Pearson

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Richard Nott ‘Histolysis’

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Interview film to coincide with the solo exhibition 'Histolysis' by Richard Nott held at Millennium, St. Ives.

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In the Studio | SHEILA DUNN

Friday, August 29, 2014

Bend, Oregon Artist - Sheila Dunn - invites you into her studio and speaks about her process and being an artist

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Gary Baseman : Mythical Homeland

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Artist Gary Baseman introduces his exhibition Mythical Homeland, which delves into the real and imagined histories of generations past, interpreting the Holocaust and its lasting effects on culture and identity. Drawings, paintings, and photographs and a short film documentary entitled Mythical Creatures are installed in a small birch tree forest, referencing the very environment into ...

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Art by Julie Young

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

A interview with artist Julie Young. Directed/Filmed/Color Graded/Edited by: Brian Millbrook Interviewer: Justin Battle Sound: David Jones Filmed in 4K prores 422 HQ on a Blackmagic production camera 4K Downscaled to 1080p Graded in Davinci Resolve 11 BETA 2 Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Music: Rising Appalachia and The Human Experience - Pretty Little Foot

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Conception, Emerging Artists

Monday, August 4, 2014

Conception, Emerging Artists

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TateShots: Malevich, First Look

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Malevich's Black Square is the Hour Zero of modern art for many artists, showing how much one work can change the course of art history. But what were Malevich's motivations and where did this iconic painting take him after 1915? Malevich's literally iconic Black Square may take centre stage in art history books as a turning ...

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Ben Quilty: interview. Saatchi Gallery, London.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Ben Quilty’s first solo London show opened at the Saatchi Gallery on 4 July, celebrating his winning of the inaugural Prudential Eye Award, 2014. Quilty’s work confronts Australian history and identity through a series of Rorschach-inspired paintings. These include Fairy Bower Rorschach (2012), which layers colonial landscape with past atrocities against Aboriginal people, and Self ...

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Sarah H. Reynolds -“Persistence”

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Sarah H. Reynolds tells The 20 Something Project a story about Persistence.

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Jonathan Eckel, artist interview, 2014

Monday, June 30, 2014

Interview with painter Jonathan Eckel at his 2014 exhibition at the Tioga Gallery in Bryn Mawr, PA. The video includes works from 2007 to 2014. Tioga Gallery owner and collector J. Peter Graeffe and Ron Rumford, artist and Director of Dolan Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, talk about the work. Video by Anne Leith of AllartStudio.

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Peter Laugesen: Burning signals of two painters

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

"Artists have to be like victims on the stakes, sending signals through the flames". Follow the burning signals of Asger Jorn and Jackson Pollock through the eyes of Danish poet, Peter Laugesen. In this film Laugesen puts the two painters, Asger Jorn and Jackson Pollock, into context and reflects on similarities and differences between the two. ...

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Jose Rivas

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Interview with Vancouver artist Jose Rivas

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Artist Interview: Andy Denzler

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Perth Artists: Kieron Broadhurst

Monday, June 16, 2014

Kieron Broadhurst is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work negotiates the bleed between popular culture and self-identity. Kieron works with concepts appropriated from conspiracy theories, new-age belief systems, comic-book universes and internet phenomena. His work is concerned with the idea of truth being a matter of shared opinion and its implications in the post-internet setting. Kieron's work ...

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Scott McCracken : Paint Like You Mean It

Monday, June 2, 2014

Artist and coordinator of gallery and studios Interview Room 11, Scott McCracken introduces the first biennial art prize and exhibition, Paint Like You Mean It. Presented as an International open call, artists from all over the world were invited to submit a piece of work that related to the theme of painting. They could show ...

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Interview with the Artist Vincent George

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Art of Vincent George: Pyrography

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