Artist Ekaterina Panikanova layers her paintings across a collage of discolored pages still bound to old books.
Water spews from the mouths of three blank faces. Without expression nor body, the pure white heads stand guard, looking out in three directions. Rising high into the air, they watch you and they watch the surrounding art works In the new exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien in Austria, Das Wunder de Lebens (The Miracle of […]
The most comprehensive retrospective since the tragic death of 35-year old Michel Majerus, the Berlin-based protégé of Joseph Kosuth, this exhibition will span all three Matthew Marks gallery spaces in Chelsea. Large scale paintings, such as “o.T. (collaboration Nr. 8)” (1999) make direct references to art historical motifs like Jean-Michel Basquiat’s signature figures and inclusion […]
Ashley Oubré is a self-taught artist who creates photorealist graphite drawings that confound their viewers while exploring themes that reflect her perspective on social struggles around the world.
Dead Drops is an anonymous, offline, peer-to-peer file-sharing network put into public spaces. A USB flash drive is embedded into a wall and made accessible to anyone.
Meet our 3rd artist in the Dutch Umbrella Episodes. This time we’re following Artist, Kat Karnaky who arrived to the Philadelphia Art Scene by way of Texas. She describes her style as conversational and quirky. Our host, Lily Delphia drops in to see what Kat has planned for her umbrella.
Welcome back to our Second Edition of The Dutch Umbrella Webisodes. In this episode, we visit the studio of Artist, and Alabama Transplant, Brandon Dean.
HAHA Magazine asked Philly’s Dutch Umbrella Share Program if they would turn over some of their classic white umbrellas to and have them think of the umbrellas as a blank canvas. The results of which have been chronicled through The Dutch Umbrella Episodes. Epsiode 1 features Philly’s own NOSEGO.