Melike Kara

by Wednesday, August 2, 2017

In her expressionist, rustic figures, Melike Kara negotiates the relationship between forms and gestures to explore social relationships and individual subjective states. A student of Rosemarie Trockel, Kara focuses on the immediacy of bodily forms rendered through frenetic accumulations of lines or small, misshapen clay figures. Regardless of media, Kara’s work is unmistakably of the artist’s ...

Constantin Brâncusi

by Monday, July 31, 2017

Constantin Brancusi is often regarded as the most important sculptor of the twentieth century. His visionary sculptures often exemplify ideal and archetypal representations of their subject matter. Bearing laconic titles such as Fish, Princess X, and Bird in Space, his sculptures are deceptively simple, with their reduced forms aiming to reveal hidden truths. Unlike the ...

Emil Ruder

by Friday, July 28, 2017

  Emil Ruder was a prominent twentieth century Swiss graphic designer and typographer. He was also associated with another eminent designer Armin Hofmann with whom he joined the faculty of Basel School of Design. His artwork is distinguished from others on the basis of his holistic approach to designing and teaching. He employed a systematic practical ...

Kaws

by Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Brian Donnelly is currently best known as the artist KAWS. He is also a world-renowned artist who exhibits in museums and galleries internationally. His art stands somewhere between fine art and global commerce. KAWS moved beyond the sphere of the exclusive art market to occupy a more complex global market. Brian Donnelly was born in ...

Interview with Eric White

by Monday, July 24, 2017

Hello Eric, no intro but “Outpost 2”: the composing, the image cropping, the colors, the feeling of an elusive present and an impending future. There is everything that distinguishes you. How do you recognize an image that resists in time? Well, I’m happy with that one, and I think you’re right, it encapsulates things I’ve been ...