Transition Magazine Cover Armando Marino


 

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Piers Secunda Unleashes the Horrors of War at the Duke House

by Anthony Haden-Guest, July 13, 2016

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Art Southampton


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Diana Copperwhite at Royal Hibernian Academy


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BBC: Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph recreated in London


One of the most visually striking pieces at the gallery is by British artist Piers Secunda, who creates moulds of bullet holes made by so-called Islamic State militants and casts them in replicas of ancient reliefs.
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-36070721
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Art New York & CONTEXT New York Reveal 2016 Subway Series


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Elio Rodriguez: “On Guard” April 8- May 30th; Hutchins Center, Cambridge


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Vincench Caligrafia del Silencio


El Diario NY March 10

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pulse nyc 2016


Pulse NYC 2016, VIDEO 60 SEC

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PULSE NYC March 3 – 6, 2016


Pulse Play Selection (1 of 3): Les Joynes,  Shapeshifter (2014) video 2:30 min.

In Shapeshifter, New-York based, Les Joynes recontextualizes Joseph Beuys’ I Like America and America Likes Me (1974) during his journey to the Khovsgol Province in Northern Mongolia.
Exploring nomadic identity, Les Joynes performs this shamanic ritual expanding his Selfhood in the adaptation of the Other.

 

Pulse Projects Selection: Armando Marino, Narcissus (2016) oil/ canvas

Inspired by the classic Greek mythology and today’s youth culture, Armando Marino’s large scale Narcissus is part of a series of his major oil paintings
that would reflect his romantic commentary on the growing prevalence around us of taking smartphone “selfies”.  Narcissism is alive and well.

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In Acts of Resistance, Artists and Scholars Digitally Reconstruct the Past


 

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Forget DiCaprio: These Are The Real Stars of Art Basel Miami Beach


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Artist Interview: Danny Rolph

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Context Art Miami, 2015


 

December 2 – 6, 2015

CONTEXT Art Miami Pavilion | Midtown Miami – Wynwood

2901 NE 1st Avenue | Miami, FL 33137

BOOTH CTX 41

 

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The Wall Street Journal


Suburban Scenes, Poetic Paintings and Apocalyptic Art

Jessica Rohrer, Darrell Nettles and Jorge Tacla in this week’s Fine Art

 

‘When You Look at Me’ (2014) by Darrell Nettles.

‘When You Look at Me’ (2014) by Darrell Nettles. PHOTO: DARRELL NETTLES

Darrell Nettles’s paintings, gallery press materials say, “are ergodic in the deepest and most satisfying sense of the word.” Ergodic is a math/physics term indicating a system that operates over both time and space. Applied to the handsome, elegantly ordered letter-and-word pictures of Mr. Nettles (b. 1948), it seems to mean that the viewer is intended to appreciate them both spatially as paintings and sequentially, as texts to be read.

In terms of the former, the artist does a fine—actually, a refined—job. “When You Look at Me” (2014), at 82 by 60 inches one of the two big paintings in the show, is as dignified as a diplomat’s three-piece suit. Two smaller near-abstractions with partial letter shapes incised in thick white or black paint are more vigorously arresting.

The exhibition slumps a little in the midsize panels (about 3 feet high by 2 feet across) with sprayed-and-masked-off whole words. In them, the painting quotient is less, the poetry part greater. The poetry is conventionally abstruse, but not much more than that.

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In Conversation: Elio Rodríguez

As he wraps up a fellowship at Harvard, the artist reflects on the experience and what comes next

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Welcome to Julie Langsam’s Bauhaus

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Architectural Digest


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PRINT Magazine


There’s Always One In the Crowd

Steven Heller in conversation with John A. Parks on his new paintings and show In New York.

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Copperwhite at PULSE New York


 

Diana Copperwhite, an Irish painter living and working in Dublin, deserves more attention than she currently receives. Her “Shadowland,” a colossal, color-filled expressionist work humming with energy, brings to mind Richter and others from the new European school.

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PULSE ART FAIR


PULSE NEW YORK
Booth B-12
Metropolitan Pavillion
125 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011

 

Diana Copperwhite Skanner Darkly 2015
Oil on canvas, 72 x 96 inches
PULSE B12

 

Danny Rolph JV3 2014
Oil on Canvas, 84 x 72 inches
PULSE PROJECTS

 

 

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CONTEXT – ART MIAMI December 2-7, 2014


Armando Marino, The Raft ( La Patera) 2014 , Bronze, 50x 23×20 inches

Diana Copperwhite
Ian Hughes
Julie Langsam
Armando Marino
Tanja Selzer

 

Booth E45
The CONTEXT | Art Miami Pavilion Midtown |
Wynwood Arts District 2901 NE 1st Avenue
Miami, FL 33137 www.contextartmiami.com

 

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