Artsource spent last week in New York attending art fairs, galleries, private collections and museum shows. Here are a few things we liked:
wholesale jerseys China Amy Sillman Mother, 2009 oil on canvas, 51 x 45″
Well-established painter Amy Sillman will have a solo show in New York in April.
A wonderful visit to Sebastiaan Bremer’s studio…this new series of works – hand-painted family photographs. Joyful, beautifully crafted. Sebastiaan is working on some from this series in much larger scale as well as other larger scale works referencing Brazil.
What a find…first show in the US. Mairead’s entire show sold out. Extraordinarily beautiful paintings, small and still affordable.
Truly a global artist; Leong was born in Mexico City to British and Malaysian parents. By way of LA and Berkeley, he lives and works today in New York. Images from all over the world focusing on where earth and sky meet – some very urban other’s more landscape driven. Displayed in a group, all of Leong’s images share the same horizon line. Leong is one of a very few artists who still use film…and to boot, he even prints them himself.
From her solo exhibition at the Volta fair, Tegeder whose works on paper we have always loved is now working in sculpture. Her “Library of Abstract Sound” she combined abstract drawings, sculpture (new for her) and video in an exploration of sound and form.
Ejemplo Rebecca Chamberlain, Main Stairs: Lescaze Townhouse, MoMA 1933-37, 2010 litho ink on vintage tracing cloth
A contemporary approach to ’30s New York architecture…these works have a filmic, dreamy quality.
Love Claire’s paintings and works on paper. She’s a painter who loves paint – consistently cheap jerseys excellent work. Young, underexposed and still affordable.
Dutch-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson’s show at Tanya Bonakdar.
Eliasson for experiments with modes of perception…here the viewer
becomes part of the piece…part of the creative process. Watercolor
drawings – Eliasson uses circles and ellipses cheap nba jerseys to suggest virtual space
Perfect Subodh Gupta Untitled, 2008 oil on canvas
International superstar Subodh Gupta – large scale paintings. A different interpretation of the curry pot. Majestic in person.