Two Coats says Ilana makes colorful canvases that take the eye on a rollercoaster ride through splashes of paint, flesh and body parts.
For those fascinated with Hilma– Georgiana (1814-1884) developed skills as a medium after attending her first séance in 1859 and achieved her first spirit drawings in 1861.
“Between the Sky and the Water” is a mid-career retrospective of Janaina Tschäpe (b. Munich, Germany 1973). Tschäpe’s wide-ranging oeuvre is visually connected by a lexicon of forms that array across a variety of media—painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, photography, video, and performance.
Boom puts their Artist Spotlight on Eve.
Nanette coined the term “scapologist” to describe her practice of creating sea, sky, and landscapes in which she explores political themes and the drama of human nature. These fictional, natural worlds provide the artist with a space to visually reflect on the coexistence of injustice and benevolence in contemporary society.
Popular Psychedelic Molecules, Rendered With Atomic Precision, Using Hippie Tapestries is the best show title so far this year, people.
Hyperallergic says we should pay attention to the rich, vibrant worlds Thornton created during his time with us (spoiler- not all of them are abstracted).