Sinewy, strong but shimmery and kind of a bro. French artist Max Boufathal’s sculpture work is hard to miss. Discoing Neanderthals? Perhaps that’s a bit far. The almost robotic interpretative of man is fascinating indeed. They resemble gorillas in position, [...]
Brooklyn artist Eduouard Nardon isn’t afraid of being confrontational. In fact, he probably likes it. His dramatic art pieces are both aggressive and poetic. There is something about a tube sock or garbage bag wrapped tightly around a crude tool [...]
Perhaps the literary nerd in all of us automatically connects skulls to Shakespeare or iterations of Hamlet just never cease but African……
Sure, we have “progressed” and adapted through the upheaval of modernity but what was usually characterized as forward thinking is backward by our standards now. For women especially, this dialogue is much needed and a topic thoroughly mulled over.
Not only do we, the audience, respond to the hilarious positions, clothes or appearances of the subjects, but our metaphorical heart strings are ever tugged by the rapidity of time and where our lives go. Once we were awkward, gangly pre-teens with a snaggletooth and large glasses and now we’re all responsible adults with perfect teeth.
Maybe not the typical kind of haunting where a ghost is literally around you at all times, but she does seem to feel some kind of tension and guilt inherent in a haunting. That or she is the reincarnation of Emily Bronte.
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Provocative and thoughtful are a couple of ways to describe the art of Chris Gentile. His installation pieces play with light, space, colours and shapes, which, as simple as the setting so of each piece may be, become something of discussion.
Adam Batchelor’s drawings are, at first glance, doodles you might find on the back of a notebook. But if you look closer at what he has to offer, these doodles would be on the back of a notebook of a creative person with keen insight.
Opheim seems to capture that kind of childhood happiness in these exquisite pieces. Each one evokes a sense of confusion or joy.