Tom Howes‘s mixed media work inserts an unexpected and humorous element to an otherwise sterile image. He appropriates vintage images and intervenes them, be it with cut-outs or acrylic, to produce witty and cynical collages.[...]
Archive for January, 2010
Feinkost Gallery in Berlin presents the first solo show in Germany of the artist Cristiano Mangione entitled “Hierophania,” which presents a series of works on canvas, paper and aluminum. The use of ballpoint pens in these works allow the artist to express a subtle violence; the works on paper are slightly torn and on canvas mutilated by the force exerted by the artist’s hand, as each pen is used until it is emptied of ink.
Once again the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design delights us with a fabulous show. This time it’s all about Responsible Design/Diseño Responsable. Curated by Hugo Pineda, the exhibition features 41 projects with 63 objects from 31 designers from which 5 correspond to a collective.[...]
Daniel Rozin was born in Jerusalem and trained as an industrial designer. He is the owner of Smoothware Design, a software company that creates tools for the interactive art and multimedia authoring community and an Asociate Art Profesor at ITP in New York where he teaches such clases as The World-Pixel by Pixel, Project Development Studio and Toy Design Workshop.[...]
From January 16th to February 27th, Eva Presenhuber Gallery in Zurich presents new work by American artist Hugo Markl.[...]
Currently on view until January 28th, the students of Experimental Painting at the EAP in Puerto Rico, present a group show entitled Expanded Painting. Participating artsits are: Mariela Parilla, Elizabeth Barreto, Angela Domínguez, Mylivette Morales, Emilio José Maldonado, Anaís Mirabal, Luis Domínguez and Jaime A. Arraya.[...]
Rachel Uffner Gallery is presenting until February 14th, a show of new work by Sam Moyer. In the gallery, Moyer will exhibit sculptures that explore the meeting point between the elevated language of abstract form, and familiar, universally accessible materials and processes. Incorporating photography, drawing and painting into her sculptural practice, the artist creates objects that somehow seem both handmade and prefab.[...]