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Noah Becker – Oil Paintings
Noah Becker, born in 1970, is a Canadian artist and publisher who lives and works in New York City.… Continue reading »
by Jason StopaAdam Henry. Untitled (2014). Image courtesy of Joe Sheftel Gallery.
Go With the Flow: A group show of atomized paint
July 10 – August 23, 2014
The Hole kicks off summer with Go With The Flow, bringing together a cross section of artists who employ sprayed paint. Airbrush techniques, gradients and sometimes mechanically sprayed – these works reflect a punchy, renewed interest in digital aesthetics.… Continue reading »
Joan Mitchell. Untitled (c. 1964-65). Image courtesy of Lennon Weinberg Gallery.
Joan Mitchell’s “The Black Drawings”are on view at Lennon Weinberg from May 8 – June 28, 2014. This is a great chance to see the 3rd generation abstract expressionists rarely seen works on paper.… Continue reading »
by Jason StopaThe Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of Too (2013) Installation view
Clearing in Bushwick, which also has a location in Brussels, has brought together a group show this Spring featuring well-known painters Jacob Kassay, Harold Ancart and Jamian Juliano Villani and some lesser known artists like Marina Pinksky and Neil Beloufa, among others. In their latest installment of “The Stuff That Dreams Are Made of Too”, the … Continue reading »