Art

Leslie de Chavez’s Luminous, Bleak Oil Paintings

Filipino artist Leslie de Chavez explores imperialism and religion of his native country in his distinct oil paintings. These textured…
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Mark Wagner’s Wild Scenes Crafted from Currency

Using only currency, Mark Wagner constructs surreal, intricate collaged scenes. Differing from fellow money collagists such as Joey Colombo, Wagner’s…
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The Paper Sculptures of Ryan Villamael

In Ryan Villamael’s paper sculptures, cityscapes and military structures protrude out of books. The artist rummaged through shops and garage…
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Kenta Torii’s Dynamic Paintings Packed With Traditional Iconography

Kenta Torii’s vibrant paintings are a striking blend of traditional imagery and contemporary sensibilities. The Japan-born artist, who has been…
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Fernan Odang’s Surreal, Socially Charged Paintings

Fernan Odang’s surreal paintings and drawings explore the social and political issues of today. From sexual themes to absurd portraits…
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Hi-Fructose’s Subscriber-Exclusive Coloring Book

MILENA HUHTA To celebrate the 50th print issue of Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine, all existing print subscribers and the…
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Beinart Show Surveys Artists Creating in Australia

Ben Howe In a new group show, Beinart Gallery offers a survey of artists working today in Australia. “Flow,” running…
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Gabriel Barredo’s Absorbing Mixed-Media Sculptures

Gabriel Barredo’s meticulous mixed-media sculptures and installations are made using found objects. The artist’s pieces are at times created to…
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