Maureen Gruben in Art Viewer

Maureen Gruben at COOPER COLE To view the full post visit Art Viewer. For more information about Maureen Gruben please contact the gallery: info@coopercolegallery.com +1.416.531.8000

Hangama Amiri in Elle Canada

8 Canadian Artists to Check Out This Fall Canada has a rich creative history and boasts some of the most exciting artists in the world today. By Robb Jamieson An Afghan-Canadian artist who works mainly in mixed-media textiles, Hangama Amiri layers fabric, carefully sews all the details and uses acrylic paint and inkjet printed chiffon to create pictorial scenes. Amiri’s attraction to these materials is thanks to members of her …
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Sami Tsang in NUVO

Sami Tsang’s Rule-Breaking Sculptures By Elia Essen “Breaking rules is a huge element in my work,” says Sami Tsang, whose development as an artist has been marked by unleashing her own creativity from the conservative Chinese household she was raised in. As a child, she studied traditional Chinese painting, copying every minute detail in other artists’ work, but it did little to encourage self-expression—replication over creativity and realism over imagination. “I …
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Geoff McFetridge in Artfacts

Geoff McFetridge: the Organic Interface Geoff McFetridge’s new body of work in The Organic Interface explores a concept that has been a constant source of inspiration and contemplation for the artist: How can images explain and communicate thoughts that are in between our understandings. On their way to some destination, traveling, transforming, evolving, becoming. […] To view the full text visit Artfacts. For more information about Geoff McFetridge please contact …
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Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill in The New York Times

On the Hudson, Visions for a New Native American Art By Holland Cotter Big stand-alone sculptures are inherently dramatic. “Deer Woman’s New Certificate-of-Indian-Blood-Skin” by Natalie Ball, which suggests a kind of quilted explosion, certainly has presence. So, in a spooky way, does Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill’s “Counterblaste,” a life-size nude female figure, part human, part animal, made from pantyhose stuffed with tobacco, street debris and wildflowers. Larger than either are fiber …
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Paul P. in Border Crossings

Codes of Vulnerability an interview with Paul P by Robert Enright introduction by Meeka Walsh […] From 2010, an oil painting on canvas, 41 x 27 centimetres. An ecstasy, adrift, what I read as a sole journey. The green fairy wraps her wings around the shoulders of a young man. His face is pale, coloured lightly by the chartreuse blush. His eyes are closed, his head is tilted and angled …
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Hangama Amiri in Third Text

Hangama Amiri’s ‘A Homage to Home’ at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, and in the Sharjah Biennial by Kathy Battista Hangama Amiri is an Afghan Canadian artist who lives and works in New Haven, Connecticut. A graduate of the prestigious MFA programme in painting at Yale School of Art, her journey to the hallowed Ivy League was not a typical blue-blood legacy line. Her family fled their native country, Afghanistan, …
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Eve Tagny in Art Viewer

Eve Tagny at Blinkers Artist: Eve Tagny (in collaboration with Malaikah Rang’inya & Sappfyre Mcleod) Exhibition title: As yet to be established Venue: Blinkers, Manitoba, Canada Date: June 10, 2023 Photography: all images copyright and courtesy of the artist and Blinkers, Manitoba We welcome Montréal-based artist Eve Tagny to the gallery for a live, one-time performance. She will work in a trio with local collaborators–all no with no professional experience as performers–under the title ‘As yet to be …
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