The retrospective Tom Wesselmann: Beyond Pop Art, on now in a Canadian exclusive at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts through Oct. 7, 2012, is the first time this influential artist has had a major exhibition, despite his huge impact and widespread public recognition. The New York artist (1931-2004) […]
Italian illustrator Antonella Montes – who goes by the name Lantomo – lives in Beijing now and just posted a new set of work on Behance. These are glorious, especially the colors.
Chevron 1, 2011 and Chevron 2, 2011 wood, linen, leather, oil, steel 74 x 13 x 9″ (each) Holly Wheatcroft’s kinetic sculptures feature wooden shapes covered in linen and oil, arranged vertically to spin around a central pole. As the shapes move and turn, the viewer is encouraged […]
Singapore artist Elly Liyana illustrates in Indian ink and graphite on paper, and takes her inspiration from artists such as Edward Hopper, René Magritte and Gustav Klimt. These are from her series of double sisters. This was the first set of sisters. See more of her work […]
Danilo Ursini works in mixed media, acrylic and enamel, always in black and white, with shots of gold and red. He has lived in Italy, traveled extensively, and now lives in Toronto. Ursini has exhibited at the Florence Biennale, the Louvre and the Venice Biennale of Architecture. (Above […]
The 32 large format photographic color prints on exhibit at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery are selected from a body of work by Arnold Zageris, who focuses on arctic and sub-arctic regions of Canada. They’re captured using a traditional large format 4×5 view camera. (Above: Minerals, Labrador; Below: Frost, […]