When I first saw the work of Georgia Dickie at the NADA art fair in New York, I had a feeling it was made by a male recluse living in Mississippi since the early 60s, but to my surprise these soulful and powerful works were created by a young Canadian girl born in 1989… What a beautiful surprise!
Two South African artists have come together on an off-Broadway stage in New York City: One is the world-famous playwright Athol Fugard, known for his dramas critical of the cruelties of apartheid. The other is the little-known artist Nukain Mabuza, who carved out an outlet for his creative vision despite the restrictions of apartheid — and now serves as the inspiration for Fugard’s latest play, The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek, which opened this week.
Fun animation shorts proving that Jon Snow from Game of Thrones knows nothing.
Originally a Midwest boy, Moch has globe-trotted for various reasons–major stops in Stockholm, Sweden and Los Angeles– before focusing on his work in NYC. Based in Brooklyn, his painting and mixed media work is best described as abstract expressionist. He dabbles in photography and design work while also pretending to be skilled in skateboarding.
Really excited for this show opening this Sunday at the MoMA…
The exhibition includes works by Richard Aldrich, Joe Bradley, Kerstin Brätsch, Matt Connors, Michaela Eichwald, Nicole Eisenman, Mark Grotjahn, Charline von Heyl, Rashid Johnson, Julie Mehretu, Dianna Molzan, Oscar Murillo, Laura Owens, Amy Sillman, Josh Smith, Mary Weatherford, and Michael Williams.