At the mountaintop outdoor show “Elevation 1049″ in Gstaad, Switzerland last winter, artist Claudia Comte brought the village’s hockey into her playful world of 3D geometric abstractions.
We lost an important conceptual artist and feminist theorist this year in New Zealand born photographer Alexis Hunter. One of the few things I bookmarked in my researched this year was a fantastic obituary published by the Guardian at the time of her death, that does the artist way more justice than anything I can writer here
We showed some of the digital portraits of Kemi Mai on the site before, but because we are going through the year, looking back at some of the new faces we met, we wanted to look at some of the updated works of the Manchester, UK artist.
In his soft, moody color palette, the young Canadian painter doesn’t record faces—he tells stories.
At the end of November, French artist Claude Rutault came to New York for the first time in 30 years for the opening of his debut American solo exhibition at Galerie Perrotin.
Ed Ross is brilliant portrait photographer, and we were taking a look at his nude portraits this morning and realized that we had not posted about his work in a few years. All his portraits are Tintypes, and he talks a lot about “wet plates,” aka collodion, a photographic process dates from 1851, when talking about his work. Enjoy.
For anyone interested in understanding the history and acceptance of photography as an art form, the work of William Egglestonis a pre-requisite at some point.
Panda Bear has definitely been focusing on some great music video work.
David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Swedish artist Jockum Nordstr