Tags » Contemporary Art

Edmund Clark and Peter Schmersal at Flowers Gallery

This week saw the opening of two exhibitions at Flowers Gallery: the work of photographer, Edmund Clark and the painter, Peter Schmersal.

Although two very different shows, with very different atmospheres ­– the themes raised by each artist successfully manage to complement and elaborate on the work of the other. 1,017 more words


Kehinde Wiley in “A New Republic”

Kehinde Wiley’s larger-than-life paintings insert black and brown individuals into the typically all-white history of Western portraiture. His subjects, a majority of whom are urban males, are cast in poses that assertively beckon old master paintings of European kings and emperors. 236 more words

National News

Art in Philadelphia & New York: March 2015

Here’s our picks for the best exhibitions and public programs in New York and Philadelphia taking place this month. Happy March!


Performing Franklin Furnace, a night of Performances hosted by Clifford Owens… 139 more words
Contemporary Art

Sketch for Portrait of Postman | Schizzo per Ritratto di Postino

This is a pastel and pencil on yellow paper sketch for a larger acrylic on canvas painting. It’s part of the Portraits series. 16 more words

Marco Bigliazzi

Thoughts about works by Tracey Tawhiao and Tiffany Singh at Te Uru

Justine and I visited Te Uru gallery last weekend to have a look at the current exhibitions. There were 2 that were of particular interest to me due to their intersection with, differences and similarities to my own work. 661 more words