“I wanted to be as good as the white old masters”: meet painter Salman Toor
The Pakistan-raised and New York-based artist draws from an imaginary land that’s fuelled by the past; he combines an earthy colour palette, brushed layers and coarse textures with artful scenes of partying men, drinking and nakedness.
George Grosz: la ciudad en llamas
El 6 de julio se cumplen sesenta años del fallecimiento en Berlín de este pintor que combatió en la Primera Guerra Mundial entre 1914 y 1916 en el ejército imperial alemán. Comenzó como caricaturista con una fuerte crítica social y se convirtió en principal protagonista de la Nueva Objetividad. Entre las temas recurrentes de este …
Genieve Figgis | Almine Rech Gallery
Genieve Figgis | Genieve Figgis' paintings share a similar dramatic bent as some Irish-English literature subjects from Edgar Allan Poe to Oscar Wilde, as well as acknowledged Old Masters such as Goya. Her scenes depicting bourgeois homes, traditional portraits, or landscapes are often haunted by spectral figures and leering creatures with canes and top hats. A sense of the charmingly macabre emerges from Figgis' combination of an apparent pictorial banality with dreamlike qualities…
The art of Kerry James Marshall
A 35-year retrospective of the African American artist's work, now at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, captures everyday life's quiet moments and rituals
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