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  • The Reality behind the Abstract Paintings of Chrissy Angliker
    The Reality behind the Abstract Paintings of...

    Monday, October 16 2017

    Chrissy Angliker appears to have had a breakthrough. The Zurich, Switzerland-born, New York-based painter has, over the past seven years, developed an instantly recognizable, and perfectly irresistible aesthetic style, dominated by casual drips...

  • Why Gauguin’s Vision After the Sermon Was Important for Abstract Art
    Why Gauguin’s Vision After the Sermon Was...

    Friday, October 13 2017

    Paul Gauguin painted Vision After the Sermon in 1888. It was a religious, which took as its jumping off point a story from the Christian Bible. The tale comes from the book of Genesis, chapter 32, verses 22 through 31. It concerns the...

  • Abstract Wonders of Cuban Art on View in Miami
    Abstract Wonders of Cuban Art on View in Miami

    Wednesday, October 11 2017

    What defines Cuban art has long been the subject of debate. The main question: does the term Cuban art refer to art made by Cubans still living on the island, or does it refer to art made by artists in the Cuban diaspora? Or should it refer to...

  • The Story Behind Jackson Pollock’s Only Mosaic
    The Story Behind Jackson Pollock’s Only Mosaic

    Monday, October 9 2017

    Most art lovers know who Jackson Pollock was. As one of a handful of bonafide celebrity painters, Pollock is a name even non-art lovers recognize. Though as famous as the Abstract Expressionist pioneer became in the 50s, relatively little is known...