Archive for January, 2022
By Serena Lee Eugene Leroy: About Marina, an exhibition presented by Michael Werner Gallery 11 November 2021 through 5 February 2022 UPPER EAST SIDE, NEW YORK Once you enter the gallery space of Michael Werner (Upper east side New York), your eye will immediately fall on the view of the nude paintings by [...]
By Manuella Haddad What is left of the city? A revision of Beirut city's architectural landscape post-blast. In order to understand the damages post-blast, it is important to take a look back at when Beirut’s architecture scene was undergoing major changes. While the city's streets are haunted by many wars, the classical Lebanese architecture [...]
By Mira El-Khalil This feature is based on extensive research written in the Master’s degree dissertation by Mira El-Khalil for Sotheby’s Institute of Art of London in 2021. Further research about the artist is available in El-Khalil’s account through Sotheby’s Institute of Art and will be included in publications set to be released by 2023. [...]
Mira El-Khalil Friday 14, January 2022 Identity by Charles Khoury -Currently on view by appointment at Marie Jose Gallery- Spotlight Biography Charles Khoury is a post-war to contemporary artist. He is a graduate of the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts (Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts) and is certified in Lithography. He is a [...]
Olivia Wilson Friday 14, January 2022 Rachel Jones, SMIIILLLLEEEE at Thaddaeus Ropac, until February 5th In a bold, enigmatic new series of large-scale canvases, Rachel Jones investigates a sense of self as a visual, visceral experience, through motifs of mouths and teeth, which suggest inner landscapes. Jones is interested in exploring the complexities surrounding [...]
The Way We Were The way we were was inspired by the hopes of where we would be today in happiness, in success, and in-display of our individual ingenuity which most of us kept to ourselves, pre-adulthood. 2022 is predicted to be the year of the artists by con clairvoyants and the [...]
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