Art

Mendi & Keith Obadike/Interview

Photo by Monteith McCollum Mendi & Keith Obadike take questions about their work in a presentation at the Binghamton Tech Center, March 27, 2018.    An Architecture of Sound:  Music's Spacial Dimensions    with Julian G. Guevara Interviewer [dropcap style="font-size:...

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On Location/France

    Elizabeth Prouvost: Before the light – Mixed up confusion   Elizabeth Prouvost, Claude Louis Combet, "Born from the Limon", Fata Morgana, Fontfroide the High, 2018. (Elizabeth Prouvost, Claude Louis Combet, "Né du limon", Fata Morgana, Fontfroide le Haut, 2018)...

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On Location/France

Andelu painter in Vallauris: When reality flies   by Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret Contributing Editor ith Andelu the space of the  the picture is decomposed as blown by a contagious  sphere of influence. The...

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Desirée Alvarez/Public Poetry

At Governors Island I anticipated a dark apocalyptic response to the current administration. What I got instead was a utopian vision of empathy, kindness and integrity. I also got overwhelmed, unable to keep up with the steady flow of lines written by the public.

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Belfast Snaps by Allen Forrest

***     About Allen Forrest: Cartoonist/Illustrator. Born in Canada and bred in the U.S., Allen Forrest has worked in many mediums: computer graphics, theater, digital music, film, video, drawing and painting. You can read more about him in About Us....

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Allen Forrest/The Mobile Adoration

  About Allen Forrest: Cartoonist/Illustrator. Born in Canada and bred in the U.S., Allen Forrest has worked in many mediums: computer graphics, theater, digital music, film, video, drawing and painting. You can read more about him in About...

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Alex Wolkowicz Review/Carl Oprey

  Alex Wolkowicz:  Viscera          Artbreak Gallery New York   by Carl Oprey Contributing Arts Editor arlier this year I went to two illuminating exhibitions within a few weeks of each other. One was the...

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Michael Jantzen’s Energetic Art

Michael Jantzen says of his work, “I want to reinvent the built environment in order to extend the reach of consciousness.” That underlying sentiment is the foundation for work that challenges spatial relationships, material science, social relationships, architectural norms and artistic purpose.

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Fred Bendheim’s “Shapings”

  Artist Statement: My current work spans the boundaries between painting and sculpture. They are abstract, shaped paintings and relief sculptures, usually on wood or PVC, which I call "shapings". My subjects are usually abstract: they are made of...

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