Posts Tagged ‘Abstract Expressionism’

Interview // Beatriz Morales: Unveiling the Hidden Truth

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Interview by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 13, 2015.

Beatriz Morales puts a contemporary spin on artistic styles of the past with her colorful, emotive, and (sometimes) nuanced paintings. As a Mexican artist living and working in Berlin, her works are charged with a political and cultural energy that is unique to her background and the Mexican Embassy in Berlin recently invited her to do a solo exhibition, titled HIDDEN[read on…]

BLINK // Mariah Robertson’s Unconventional Photography

Mariah Robertson - “Untitled” (2010), Unique color print on metalic paper, 142 x 203 cm; courtesy of American Contemporary Gallery

Blog Post by Alexandra Borras – in Berlin; Sunday, Jun. 30, 2013.

Mariah Robertson is an artist based in New York who mainly focuses on photography in a very unconventional manner. A toxic working space, the dark room, is where the artist spends most of her time creating her unusual photographic prints. Different objects are mounted over the metallic paper…[read on…]

Exhibition // Walking through a painted ephemeral land: Katharina Grosse at the Nasher Sculpture Center

Article by Ester Ippolito – in Berlin; Friday, Jun. 21, 2013.

The white cube, both as a physical space and a concept, permeates the realm of museums and galleries. Contemporary artists have been working within the constraints of the white space for decades. Katharina Grosse’s Wunderblock, an exhibition that recently opened at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas, embodies…[read on…]

Brice Guilbert’s Lyrical Abstraction

Brice Guilbert, "Fantôme / Levier / Obstacle," charcoal on wall, 2012; photo by Evanna Folkenfolk

Article by Evanna Folkenfolk – in Berlin; Tuesday, Sep. 25, 2012.

“It is the representation of ideal feelings,” he says, and somehow this makes sense. “It is the romantic tension between interiority and exteriority, the tension between what I try to do with the space inside of my self and the space outside.”… [read on…]