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 […]
TGN Publisher Jeffrey Wiener went down to the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in 2014 to meet with Ted Lawson and discuss his artworks. Lawson, who’s works span the range between abstract and realistic art, continues to push the boundaries of where technology and the figure intersect.
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 […]
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 […]
JW: Hi Peregrine, it’s great to see you have a new show of works on exhibit now at Haw Contemporary. I love the image you sent me of the work new that you wanted to discuss. It is so delicate and intimate. Can you tell me the impetus behind this group of new paintings and […]
Janet A. Cook’s solo show at Dacia Gallery “Ars longa vita brevis” features a number of lovely, colorful paintings of the female form. See these beautiful works and watch the interview with Janet Cook on opening night.
TheGreatNude.tv was roaming the floors of this behemoth of an Art Fair, seeking out the great nudes among the contemporary and modern art on display. This whirlwind tour by video takes you through the galleries showing paintings, drawings, sculptures and multi-media art works that feature the nude figure.
Leah Poller: Mirrors of the Soul @ Knox Gallery Video Review by Jeffrey Wiener Harlem-based Sculptor Leah Poller has a wonderful collection of figurative works on exhibit at the Knox Gallery in Harlem, up until November 9th. Poller’s figurative works are synonymous with portraiture, and whether drawn from Life or from her own mind, her […]
Rodin created some of the most memorable and iconic nudes of the 19th century. Recently, Jill Newhouse Gallery presented for sale a marvelous small collection of drawings and small sculptures from this French master. Join us for an intimate tour of these Rodin masterpieces with Gallery owner Jill Newhouse.
Interviews at New York Academy of Art and Chicago For the past few decades, the Figurative Arts have had few champions in the marketplace like collector Howard Tullman. This Chicago entrepreneur has been buying art for over 40 years and has amassed one of the largest collections of nudes I’ve ever seen. Tullman also supports […]
The Rye Arts Center, Rye New York Curated by Bob Clyatt Early this summer, right outside the boundaries of “The City” with all it’s contemporary galleries, at the Rye Arts Center in Rye, New York, a collection of high-quality artworks curated by sculptor Bob Clyatt was presented to the world. Beyond Rodin: New Directions in […]
Bob Clyatt’s newest works at An American Craftsman Gallery. We’ve followed Bob’s career as a sculptor for several years now. We brought a crew down to his latest exhibition of works here in New York City, and asked Bob to speak with us about his approach to figurative works in clay.
Jeremy Lipking: One-Man Exhibition Arcadia Gallery, June 10 – 25, 2010 Accompanying interview with Arcadia Fine Arts owner Steven Diamant TGN: Steven, thank you for sharing some of the lovely nudes by Jeremy Lipking, who’s currently on exhibit in a one-man show at your gallery Arcadia. This is his first show in New York in about […]