Born in Chile, Maria Luisa Hernandez has been a painter for as long as she can remember, she has traveled the world working for influential clients.
Malcolm Leipke’s work focuses on figurative paintings and drawings of intimate moments of sensual pleasure and deep introspection.
Vivian Van Dijk ran into iconic rocker, innovative entrepreneur Gene Simmons at MIPCOM, while he was there to launch his new reality series, Coliseum.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash and Annely Juda Fine Art are pleased to announce a solo presentation of works on paper by Leon Kossoff.
This narrative feature begins with a familiar dynamic of sibling squabbles and family tension, and ends up in the most unexpected place.
Richard Nonas uses steel beams, wooden planes, and parades of rocks to explore the notion of space, around idioms of earth art and post-minimalism.
EYES IN™ Magazine Featured Creator, Lee Waisler, of Sundaram Tagore Gallery, to exhibit at the 56th Venice Biennale at the Palazzo Grimani Museum.
The fragmentation of flowers in Naoko Tosa's Space Flower works serves an allegory for the fading of old customs and the beckoning of a new future.
Artist Julia Alethea's project, Play the Cards, exploring tension in social environments, is selected by the crowdfunding platform KissKissBankBank.
Ferrin Contemporary's current exhibitions feature works by ceramic artists whose experiences in Jingdezhen, China shaped and transformed their work.
Keita Miyazaki and Bongsu Park’s observations of the world share a great attention to formal excellence & a highly original approach to their mediums.
Fondation Cartier celebrates 30 years of free and generous patronage, unique commitment, experiences, and continuous dialog with the world's artists.
Chayan Khoi, through trompe-l’oeil depictions on printed circuits - cyber-realism, is devoted to creating compositions of the people of distant lands.
For the first time, the final nine paintings by the celebrated Indian artist, M.F. Husain (1915-2011) will go on public display at the V&A.
The incomparable Sophia Loren looked back at her career and her links with the Festival de Cannes, during an Actress Masterclass.
Capturing both the comic & tragic, cartoonists risk their lives to defend democracy, with a smile on their faces and a pencil as their only weapon.
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