Art

  • There is an architectural movement that started in the late 1950’s known as Deconstructivism: “non-rectilinear shapes which appear to distort and dislocate elements of architecture. The finished visual appearance of buildings that exhibit deconstructivist “styles” is characterized by unpredictability and controlled chaos,” says Wiki.

  • Michael Murphy’s work is inspired by architecture, built and imagined. Formally educated and trained as an architect he has taken a professional detour and attempts to re-imagine the built landscape via personal design studies and various avenues of rendering.

  • Ed Hardy Solo Exhibition Marks, Scars, or Tattoos was a descriptive category of suspects on 1950s police Wanted posters. From ages 10 to 12, Hardy would peruse these at the local post office for tattoo design ideas. This solo exhibition…

  • An exhibition consisting entirely of large-scale tapestries, which recreate popular imagery from Kukula’s exquisitely detailed paintings. Kukula’s paintings center on feminine, doll-like figures, often surrounded by objects with sometimes clear, sometimes obscure symbolic meaning. The work registers the influences of…

  • Marcos LaFarga, Andrew Lawrence, Isaac S. Lewin, Annica Lydenberg & Alphonzo Solorzano The “Dialect” exhibition aims to weave the letters, words, quotes and or opinions of its participating artists as statements to their audience intended to create, instill or ignite a…

  • Dariusz Labuzek’s primitive style paintings are inherently figurative, yet their naive imagery is predominantly design orientated, has an illustrative quality that is founded on an abstract painterly aesthetic. This juxtaposition of abstraction and design is what makes his pictures so…

  • Scooter LaForge is a full-time artist living in New York City. Last year, he was featured in shows at the Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York, the Friedrichshof Museum in Vienna, and the Spiritmuseum/Absolut Art Collection in Sweden. He also presented a…

  • Bedelgeuse is an anatomical collage artist. All of the source material used comes from old science and medical books that are in the public domain. He makes both physical cut paper and digital collages that form into a wild amalgamation…