Archive for the 'Drawing' Category

William Powhida

Monday, July 12th, 2010

William Powhida‘s work can be considered an angry response to the movers and shakers of the art world and its hierarchical structures. But they are also well executed pieces that include, drawing, painting and critical writing, a far cry from the more common ‘hate art’ that we can easily find among frustrated artists and critics alike. In fact, Powhida, a self-proclaimed ‘reformed art critic,’ used to write for The Brooklyn Rail for years before venturing full-time into his own artistic practice.

Omero Leyva

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

Omero Leyva - Pintura y Dibujo 2008 - Installation View

A combination of painting and drawing, Omero Leyva creates large format installations where he takes on popular Mexican culture, legends and iconographic religious images to develop his visual practice.[...]

Karla Cott

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Karla Cott - Touch the Birdie (left) - Bird Boy (right) - Installation View

Hand drawn animations and large format sumi ink drawings are some of the elements that comprise Karla Cott’s most recent installations. These animations are shown on screens or as contained projections inside wooden modules constructed according to the piece.[...]

Bayrol Jiménez

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Bayrol Jiménez - momg

For Mexican artist Bayrol Jiménez, drawing has no spatial limits. Explosive lines and mysterious beings create eerie scenarios, where an alternate and at times nightmarish reality is constructed. According to Bayrol, his work is like “a perpetual mutation. Neither the limitations of the support or the architectural forms are trouble; I like to play transgressing the envelopes where I can negotiate with the space.”[...]

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