Collisions of Colour: a conversation with Ping He

May 29, 2020

Creating Freedom, a candid conversation with Linda Gleitz

May 29, 2020

Danette Landry: Painter and Sculptor Organizing the Chaos

May 22, 2020

Patricia Slosiar: Studies in Abstraction

May 22, 2020

Will museums de-acces their collections?

May 22, 2020

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December 3, 2019

Karla Kantorovich, an assemblage mix media artist from Mexico, based in Miami, FL shares a little bit about her art, inspirations and process. 

NY-ARTNEWS: When talking about your art, you stated that you like to find beauty in the imperfections, and you understand the...

October 30, 2019

Tibor Simon-Mazula has worked with the idea of intimacy for years, presenting his understandings across the world, including White Walls, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Next Gallery, and more. After spending over five months working to put together a book titled...

April 30, 2019

The artist Temel Nal feels color and senses light. Using his own, never-divulged photographic technique and without any- post production “manipulation” or photo shop, he liberates color from its form creating vibrant, strong and emotional works that seem to dance for t...

September 27, 2018

NY-ARTNEWS: What is the whole idea which you are trying to convey through your artwork to the viewer?

CG: I’m transfixed on society’s increasing reliance on digital media and I feel strongly that tangible communication should be celebrated and preserved—I employ a deepl...

August 20, 2018

In Conversation: Eriko Kaniwa

The Tokyo-based photographer Eriko Kaniwa captures nature and turns it into images of the uncanny and not-quite-real. In her work, objects like birds, flowers and ancient shrines feel like discoveries from an alien planet. Doubly so her mor...

August 16, 2018

NY-ARTNEWS: Minimalism seems to be an important part of your practice, an important part of which is an awareness of the body when interacting with a piece, how important is your audiences view of the body, and space to the appreciation of your work?

SC: ...

July 26, 2018

Walter Brown - Subway Series

NY-ARTNEWS: For many if not most people the subway is a mundane place, certainly not an inspiration to create art. How did you find and still find inspiration in mundane places such as the subway? Is it the place and what it represents or is...

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