Station Museum Examines Asian American Identity in Latest Exhibition May 4, 2018

Station Museum Examines Asian American Identity in Latest Exhibition Lien Truong calls her recent works “a frenetic amalgamation of western and Asian painting techniques and philosophies.” The artist’s choice of materials—oils, silk, thread, cotton, acrylics, and antique 24k gold-leaf obi thread—create an absorbing cacophony of culture and honed skills. The series “Mutiny in the Garden,” in particular, take on varying and converging histories. “The act of manipulating pigment over a support instantaneously embraces centuries of historical… Read more

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Susana Guerrero: MACC – FIRST EDITION OF PROJECTS April 18, 2018

Susana Guerrero: PULLS AND RETURNS.  The MACC exhibits the projects for its first four monumental works, which will be traveling along the Camino de Santiago.  Impulses and returns is a sculptural project linked to works that I have been doing in recent years, which display relationships between autopsies, anatomies, deities and classical myths, traditions and popular superstitions. Read more

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Rime at Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, by Jeffrey Grunthaner, Whitehot Magazine April 2018 April 17, 2018

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Discrimination and Forms of Action, Revista Harvard Review of Latin America 2018 February 15, 2018

Elio Rodriguez Forrest on the Wall, 2013 Leather, Polyester, Metal 108 × 144 × 10 in 274.3 × 365.8 × 25.4 cm Read more

Elio Rodriguez: Black Gardens November 1, 2017

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Cheerless Cities: Gustavo Acosta’s Paintings, by Donald Kuspit, Whitehot Magazine October 2017 October 5, 2017

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Diana Copperwhite: Signal to Noise, by Stephen Maine, Hyperallergic January 2017 January 7, 2017

https://hyperallergic.com/349955/diana-copperwhite-signal-to-noise/ By Stephen Maine Sometimes a single, simple pictorial device is all it takes to set your work apart. Diana Cooperwhite, “Depend on the morning sun” (2016), 150 x 150 cm (all images courtesy Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, NY)   Sometimes a single, simple pictorial device is all it takes to set your work apart from your contemporaries. At mid-career, the Dublin-based painter Diana Copperwhite has hit upon a crazily recognizable way of applying paint that… Read more

Jose Angel Vincench, Winner of the EFG – ArtNexus Latin America Art Award 2016 December 11, 2016

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Transition Magazine Cover Armando Marino November 2, 2016

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Context Art Miami Nov 29 – Dec 4, 2016 October 24, 2016

  Diana Copperwhite,  Confucious Confused 2016 ( Detail) oil on canvas, 12″ x 16″ CONTEXT ART MIAMI  Booth #203 Works by Bernard Ammerer Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons Susana Guerrero Ian Hughes Les Joynes Julie Langsam Nadja Marcin Armando Marino John Parks Elio Rodriguez Piers Secunda Tanja Selzer Jose Vincench New CONTEXT Art Miami Pavilion November 29 – December 4, 2016 Midtown Miami | Wynwood 118 NE 34th Street | Miami, FL 33127 for directions click here preview work… Read more

Piers Secunda Unleashes the Horrors of War at the Duke House, by Anthony Haden-Guest, Artnet News July 2016 July 13, 2016

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Diana Copperwhite at Royal Hibernian Academy June 29, 2016

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BBC: Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph recreated in London April 19, 2016

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.   Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph recreated in London       Read more

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Art New York & CONTEXT New York Reveal 2016 Subway Series April 16, 2016

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Elio Rodriguez: “On Guard” April 8 – May 30th; Hutchins Center, Cambridge March 24, 2016

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Vincench Caligrafia del Silencio March 19, 2016

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The 6 most important NYC art happenings in May By Mark Ellwood March 15, 2016

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PULSE NYC March 3 – 6, 2016 February 16, 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,… Read more

In Acts of Resistance, Artists and Scholars Digitally Reconstruct the Past January 30, 2016

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Forget DiCaprio: These Are The Real Stars of Art Basel Miami Beach December 10, 2015

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Artist Interview: Danny Rolph, by Madelaine D’Angelo, Huffington Post, October 2015 October 7, 2015

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Context Art Miami, 2015 October 2, 2015

  December 2 – 6, 2015 CONTEXT Art Miami Pavilion | Midtown Miami – Wynwood 2901 NE 1st Avenue | Miami, FL 33137 BOOTH CTX 41   Read more

The Wall Street Journal June 20, 2015

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. 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… Read more

CUBAN ART NEWS May 12, 2015

In Conversation: Elio Rodríguez As he wraps up a fellowship at Harvard, the artist reflects on the experience and what comes next Read more

Artsy.net May 12, 2015

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Architectural Digest May 4, 2015

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PRINT Magazine April 8, 2015

There’s Always One In the Crowd Steven Heller in conversation with John A. Parks on his new paintings and show In New York. Read more

Copperwhite at PULSE New York March 14, 2015

  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. Read more

PULSE ART FAIR January 23, 2015

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     Read more

CONTEXT – ART MIAMI December 2-7, 2014 November 11, 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   Read more

Art Pulse September 19, 2014

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Armando Mariño’s Winter Thaw June 27, 2014

http://hyperallergic.com/134850/armando-marinos-winter-thaw/ by Hrag Vartanian on June 27, 2014 Clockwise from top left, a detail Armando Marino’s “The Young Artist” (2014), installation view, detail of “Crying Girl” (2014), and installation view. (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) If Armando Mariño’s earlier art looked at the outside world with a critical postcolonial eye, his recent paintings probe visceral states of being tinted by melancholy and framed by a directness that feels intimate. Seen through a frosty lens, the artist’s big paintings in his current show at 532 Gallery… Read more

Julie Langsam at Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery January 12, 2014

The School of Art+Design is pleased to announce the exhibition Revisiting Paradise, comprised of Art+Design alumna Julie Langsam’s paintings and drawings, on view at the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery February 17- March 21, 2014. Thirty years after graduating from the School of Art+Design, Julie presents a new series of works that reflect on how the modernist architecture of the campus and its utopian ideals influenced her artistic practice. Langsam is best known for her… Read more

Context 2013 December 3, 2013

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Nadja Marcin performs at Middle Gate, GEEL ’13 October 15, 2013

Middle Gate Geel ‘13, Belgium, September 29- December 22, 2013. Middle Gate Geel ’13 is an international art event, curated by a renowned curator Jan Hoet and exhibited at numerous historical locations throughout the city of Geel. The exhibition, displaying the work of more than fifty artists from around the world, tries to come to grips with the complex and multi-layered interaction between myths, psychiatry and the arts. Rather than pinpointing the differences, the exhibition… Read more

VOLTA/BASEL Video Showcase – Armando Marino August 21, 2013

Armando Marino presented at VOLTA 9, Basel The axis of Armando Mariño’s recent work flows from the ethical dilemma implied by aestheticizing or domesticating a violent event — from the moment it becomes “breaking news” and is then converted into art through painting. He appropriates images whose authorship and authority become less important and more “everyday”, to which the public has instance access to via the web or print media, and from these Mariño launches a… Read more

La Vida Review: Gerard Ellis July 9, 2013

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Szczesny’s Neue Wilden Works Book July 3, 2013

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Julie Langsam at CSU June 27, 2013

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Ian Hughes at Adelson Gallery Boston May 23, 2013

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NY TIMES MAGAZINE May 5, 2013

Avenues recent visits to the Paint and Memory exhibit by English painter John A. Parks was a fun experience with the children  immediately responding to the finger paintings.  They also toured the map paintings of London, pointing to places they knew or recognized by name. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/05/magazine/is-avenues-the-best-education-money-can-buy.html?ref=magazine http://johnaparks.com/NewWork http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/14/arts/design/john-a-parks-paint-and-memory.html?_r=1&adxnnl=1&ref=arts&adxnnlx=1367859404-/RTdUPblCPzM/pRXXDNZrw Read more

Financial Times, Collecting May 4, 2013

In praise of the revolution   May 4th, 2013 ” I think Marino is one of the great artists of modern times.  Look at the passion, the energy, the drive, the rage, the imagery: it’s magnificent.” Donald Rubin http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/e9a86c28-b0bc-11e2-9f24-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2SH9PekQG Read more

Donald Kuspit on Armando Marino May 4, 2013

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NY ARTS MAGAZINE April 15, 2013

Marcy Brafman Interviewed by Leah Oates http://www.nyartsmagazine.com/?p=9949   Read more

VOLTA 9 BASEL April 4, 2013

June 10-15, 2013 We look forward to seeing you at Volta9 in Basel for the presentation of new works by Armando Marino and Nadja Marcin.   For additional information please contact the gallery. Dreispitzhalle Helsinki- Strasse 5 4142 Basel Read more

Artmagazine March 21, 2013

Rossknödel am Schnellbuffet Zum guten Schluss die Volta. In neuem Quartier auf der Mercer Street (ein Wechsel, der gut tat) schlug sich die Einladungsmesse wacker. Obwohl aus Soloshows bestehend, hatte man den Eindruck, dass die Volta so ist, wie die Independent es gern wäre. Großerfolg für die 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, der dem artmagazine.cc sagte: „Fantastische Messe! Bei uns läuft es unglaublich gut. Wir haben viele Sammler schon in die Galerie mitnehmen können.“ Read more

VOLTA NY 2013 January 5, 2013

Please join us for  the Solo presentation of Armando Marino at VOLTA NY “Marino is a romantic painter—his nature has the seductive abundance often found in traditional romantic landscape painting, as Tree of Life, 2012 makes clear—but he is an ironical romanticist, one might say a disappointed romanticist, as The Revolutionary, 2013 strongly suggests” Donald Kuspit.  Armando Mariño is included in the current exhibition Fifteen Recent Acquisitions at Deutsche Bank Collection 60 Wall Street. He had two solo exhibitions… Read more

New York Times December 15, 2012

“Paint and Memory” by Roberta Smith December 14th 2012 Read more

Artmagazine December 12, 2012

Zu viel ist nicht genug Einen starken Aufritt hatte auch die Galerie Thomas Jaeckel aus New York (auch auf der Context vertreten) mit den New Painterly Images von Ian Hughes. Read more

Untitled 2012 December 5, 2012

IAN HUGHES  Solo presentation at the first Edition of UNTITLED , Miami curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud.                         Read more

Context 2012 December 1, 2012

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Nadja Marcin October 16, 2012

Tina B.– Festival for Contemporary Art presents my live performance “King Kong Theory (1977)” inside the Klementinium – one of the oldest and most beautiful libraries in the world. 17th Oct, 6 pm. Ruhrbiennale 2012 is showing the performance-based photographs “Cat”, “Man”, “Eve”, “Spaghetta” and the series “No Country” at the Deutsche Bank Duisburg and Altes Medizinisches Institut. Oct 7th till Nov 15th    Bideodromo festival is screening //KIDS// at Museo de Reproducciones in Bilbao on Oct 24th.   “Kids” 13’18. Nadja Verena Marcin (USA) Nadja Verena Marcin narrates through a conceptual revision of the cult film “Kids”… Read more

Armando Marino at Architecture OMI September 14, 2012

            ARCHITECTURE OMI PROJECTS SKYLINE ADRIFT Cuban Art and Architecture at Architecture Omi September 16, 2012 – May, 2013 Artists Reception: Sunday, September 16, 12 noon-3pm * The artists will give a presentation on their work at 1:30 during the opening Architecture Omi presents SKYLINE ADRIFT: Cuban Art and Architecture, a politically and aesthetic ground-breaking show of multi-disciplinary, site-specific installations by two Havana based architects and two internationally established Cuban artists.… Read more

Art Wynwood February 25, 2012

Art Wynwood 2012, President’s Day Weekend Per Adolfsen, Anna Borowy, Peggy Bates, Joergen Geerds, Ian Hughes, Nadja Marcin, Armando Marino, John A. Parks,Tanja Selzer. Read more

Aqua Art Miami 11 December 3, 2011

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Lumin-o-City: Joergen Geerds solo show in Portugal May 26, 2011

Joergen Geerds is opening his first solo show in Europe in June 1st. 2011 at the Pousada de Palmela, about 30km south of Lisbon, Portugal. He will be showing 15 of his large scale night panoramas until the end of August 2011. The show is open to the public. More info at www.palmela2011.com/featured/lumin-o-city-a-panoramic-photography-exhibit-by-joergen-geerds Read more

Robert Kunec May 20, 2011

“WESTEND?”  June 16th, 2011 http://www.mots.org.il/Eng/Exhibitions/west-end-info.asp MUSEUM ON THE SEAM,  JERUSALEM, ISREAL   “Krieg im Frieden” May 12th – 12th June 2011 KUNSTPAVILLION  München  www.kunstpavillon.org/       Read more

New York Review: Robert Kunec-” In The Name Of” May 20, 2011

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Vincenzo LoSasso shows in Venice May 1, 2011

Curator Vittorio Sgarbi invited the artist representing the Lombardia Region at the Italian Pavillion during the 54th BIENNALE VENICE June 4th- November 27, 2011 Read more

Per Adolfsen April 6, 2011

April – June 29, 2011  solo exhibit at Schuebbe Projects, Düsseldorf Read more

Marcy Brafman donates work to Sculpture Center Benefit April 2, 2011

Lucky Draw 2011 Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Lucky Draw – a one of a kind art raffle – guarantees that each and every ticket holder walks home with a work of art! This fast-paced one night event offers first time and seasoned collectors access to more than 180 artworks by top emerging and established talent. All proceeds benefit SculptureCenter. Oil Enamel, Spray Paint on Canvas 20″ x 24″ Courtesy of 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel     Read more

Aqua Art Miami 10 December 1, 2010

Aqua Art Miami at the Aqua Hotel, December 1-5, 2010 Per Adolfsen, Peggy Bates, Marcy Brafman, Tatjana Busch, Joergen Geerds, Kylie Heidenheimer, Ian Hughes, Iliyan Ivanov, Guenter Knop, Charles Mingus III,  Peter Muehlhaeusser, Stefan Szczesny, Hendrik Smit Read more