Water! Water everywhere! And so much art to drink in. AF took a dip into the refreshing summer show at Daniel Cooney Fine Art entitled “Making Waves” and boy did we also see art that made a splash! The curated show of photography from 15 different artists sparkled with the ever-iconic summertime themes of bare moist […]
On June 27th, 2013, Anthem Wares transformed its pop-up space on 175 Mott Street in New York City for Kink, an exhibition of self-portrait drawings, photography and video by conceptual artist Andrea Mary Marshall. The work is for sale exclusively at the pop-up and online, alongside featured designers Bliss Lau, Chromat, Fleet Ilya, Zana Bayne, and others.
AF: Tm it’s a pleasure chatting to you about your art. First of all, what made you become an artist?
Tm: Thank you. Well, I know it sounds like a cliché, but when looking back on my life I feel we are born with that sense of wonder and the challenge to express ourselves as we discover […]
As the Fahrenheit rises, layers of clothes come off and nothing says summer like bare-naked flesh. Flowers Gallery on 20th Street bared it all with the recent group photography show, Under My Skin – Nudes in Contemporary Photography, which opened last June 20th and curated by Mona Kuhn. AF wandered into a well-packed and paced reception as everyone took […]
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Last year, AF reviewed Jaro 1 where two Residency Unlimited (RU) artists inhabit the space and through their unique works gave such a transformative experience with their art. AF came in from the pouring rain to be marooned in the Concrete Island featuring Magnus Pettersen and Marian Tubbs. The play on dystopia and created utopia had a great symbiotic verve […]