If you missed the opening of Aleah Chapin’s exhibit at Flowers Galleries, then you need to get down to Chelsea ASAP. These huge oil paintings – figurative nudes – are unbelievably life-like. These are truly intimate works, lovingly rendered portraits of Aleah’s friends from her hometown of Seattle. Check out this video interview and then go see these works of this talented painter in person.
Interview with Bo Bartlett PPOW Gallery Bo Bartlett: Paintings of Home by Scott Goodwillie December, 2010 In his recent exhibition at PPOW Gallery in New York, Bo Bartlett offered some stunning compositions which rely on childhood memories or the place of his dreams. Born in Columbus, Georgia, he depicts a world of stillness and intimacy which […]
The Models to Monuments Program, run in coordination with the Art Students’ League here in New York City, has produced some wonderful public works in it’s efforts together. And we’re happy to introduce you to artist Matt White, who’s statue “Siren” can be seen gracing the banks of the Hudson River. Publisher Jeffrey Wiener sits […]
by Jacob King (Originally published 2010) The first show ever dedicated solely to Agnolo Bronzino, the Italian Mannerist, is now showing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art until April 18, 2010. With almost sixty drawings included, the exhibition helps to shed light on an artist whose name is familiar to many, but whose drawings of the figure […]