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Felipe Pantone: Transformable Systems, Possible Futures at Joshua Liner

Our challenge in the new world may not to fly, but to be grounded. Felipe Pantone: Transformable Systems at Joshua Liner Gallery. Manhattan, NYC (photo © Jaime Rojo) Felipe Pantone may see the dangers of the modern age, as he contemplates the over saturation of images and messages – traditional symbols and systems neatly sliced […]

The “Delusional” Winners…and Honorable Mentions

It was a genuine pleasure to meet so many of the artists last night at Jonathan Levine Gallery for the opening of the Delusional Art Competition. Not surprisingly, the art works were stellar and in many cases exceptional – narrowed down from a field of 1700 or so competitors and selected by Jonathan and a […]

Koralie’s Trippy Folk Precision is Harmonized for “Indigo Blood Project”

Former French Street Artist Koralie is currently having an extensive solo gallery show of paintings, sculpture and installation with Johnathan LeVine Projects in Jersey City, and her geisha is not hard to find – at least her sunny spirit is here. Koralie. Detail. Indigo Blood Project. Jonathan LeVine Projects. (photo © Jaime Rojo) The signature […]

Bezt Etam Talks About “Beautiful Mistakes”

A certain unease follows Street Artist Bezt in his creative practice. “I get bored very fast so I try not to repeat myself.” Not an Achilles heel exactly, this need to experiment and learn, as many artists who are stylistically or thematically in a rut could benefit from that affliction. In New York recently for […]

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