October, 2014

MASTER DRAWINGS IN NEW YORK is Jan 24-31

MASTER DRAWINGS IN NEW YORK is Jan 24-31

The tenth edition of MASTER DRAWINGS IN NEW YORK –sister event to LONDON ART WEEK each summer – takes place Jan 24-31 here in New York, with a preview January 23. This year several of the 30 participating dealers – who each stage their own exhibitions at galleries along the Madison Avenue “Gold Coast” on […]

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Feride Binicioglu’s Abstract Expressions Explore Life’s Universal Truths

Feride Binicioglu’s Abstract Expressions Explore Life’s Universal Truths

Inspired by calligraphy and life’s radiant emotional energies, the works of Turkish abstract expressionist Feride Binicioglu employ contrasting, chaotic and dynamic structures. “My paintings are a second language… a journey to spirituality… the energy I get from colors,” notes the artist. Binicioglu fully exploits sharply delineated forms and stark colors to explore such themes as […]

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Eli Cantini: Textures of Space

Eli Cantini: Textures of Space

Eli Cantini’s striking abstract acrylics are both graphic and organic. Cantini covers her canvases with intricate, layered textures that only sometimes resolve themselves into a recognizable depiction of space, with foreground and background and even half-visible figures. These works show imagined landscapes where empty space roils with action as much as do people and objects. […]

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Marina Olmi Paints Bold and Colorful Works That Combine Art with Humor

Marina Olmi Paints Bold and Colorful Works That Combine Art with Humor

The paintings of Marina Olmi explore the human body through the prism of the elements: water, air, fire and earth. By flattening out the human figure, Olmi is able to transform it into an abstract pattern of limbs and colors, twisting bodies around and breaking them apart so that her subjects take on a surreal, […]

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Talking Art Future Shock: The Consequences of Technology Consumption

Talking Art Future Shock: The Consequences of Technology Consumption Thursday, January 22 at 7pm $5 for ICA Members $10 for non-Members Free for Students Join us for a Talking Art in association with our group exhibition Relics. From GPS navigation systems to the abundance of social media sites, advancements in technology over the past decade […]

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Edelweiss Calcagno:  Putting Many Media in the Service of Truth

Edelweiss Calcagno: Putting Many Media in the Service of Truth

There is an impressive amount of versatility in the works of Edelweiss Calcagno. Employing a range of media that runs from gouache to pastels to lithography and sculptures, she expresses a powerful vision that comes through in a surprising variety of ways. With a bold sense of line, color and movement, her images incorporate elements […]

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Valeria Guarnieri, Communicating a Sense of Place Through Expressive Color and Line

Valeria Guarnieri, Communicating a Sense of Place Through Expressive Color and Line

Delicately balanced and exquisitely detailed, Valerii Tkachenko’s photographs are gems of the landscape genre. Tkachenko travels the world to capture the most romantic city images – iconic images such as Venetian canals and Parisian bicycle stands, but also often overlooked urban beauties such as medieval alleyways and bays crisscrossed by fishing boats. The photographs focus […]

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