Inner / City

September 7, 2013 admin 0

I was living with a bipolar for a year when I first came to New York City in 2008. Looking back, I feel the city is too bipolar because of its multicultural nature where various […] […]

View from The Unconscious

September 7, 2013 admin 0

Naormi Meiija Wang, a Chinese-born artist based in New York, is deeply interested in Freudian psychology and human nature. She works in various media, most often with the human body, which she distorts, overlaps and […] […]

Transgressing Boundaries

July 8, 2013 admin 0

Picture or Wall? Am I looking at a picture or a wall? The picture does not have any border. It continues – in itself and beyond its non-existing frame. A relationship between architecture, objects and paintings […] […]

Applied Art

July 8, 2013 admin 0

Artist’s Statement My primary mode of artistic expression is painting. From this starting point I also work with sculpture, installation and animation, all of which are created as a direct transformation of the paintings. The […] […]

Empty Voices

July 8, 2013 Otavio Schipper 0

  Otavio Schipper holds a degree in Physics from the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. He began his visual arts studies with coursework at the Parque Lage and as an assistant to photographer Pedro de […] […]

Continuity vs. Change: A Meditation

May 10, 2013 Khvay Samnang 0

Khvay Samnang (b. 1982, Svay Rieng) engages with concepts of mediation, change and continuity. Using his body to enact poignant gestures with subtle humor, he offers new interpretations of history, longstanding cultural practices, and contentious […] […]

Envelope of the Self

May 10, 2013 Yann Pocreau 0

  A Conversation with Yann Pocreau 1. What does this space mean for you? It’s a great idea to show something that is already here, but no one else can see it. You get the […] […]

Becoming One

May 10, 2013 Amelie Chabannes 0

A Conversation with Amelie Chabannes 1. Why did you go back to drawing again as a medium? Usually artists do the opposite. They go from drawing or painting to sculpture. Your way is the opposite. […] […]

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