New Artist Featured - Every Sunday

Stan Van Steendam on SundayS

Stan Van Steendam on SundayS The enigmatic work of Belgian artist Stan Van Steendam challenges our ideas of tradition and modernity. His work reflects a sense of intimacy that exists between the artist and his craft, his materials, and the emotions and sensations captured within his meditative creations — sculptural objects, and large-scale, monochromatic explorations […]

Aribert Von Ostrowski On SundayS

Aribert Von Ostrowski On SundayS Photocopies of advertisements, newspaper pages and scientific illustrations have been a substantial part of Aribert von Ostrowski’s artistic material and medium since the late 1980s. They have often served as an iconographically associative background for his drawings or paintings, have covered sculptures, or were part of context-specific installations. Often the […]

Daniel Boccato on SundayS

Daniel Boccato on SundayS Daniel Boccato’s faceworks  series. Inaugurated in 2015, Boccato’s faceworks can be considered a peculiar interpretation to Donald Judd’s characterization of Specific Objects as entities that are neither paintings nor sculptures. Made of epoxy, fiberglass and polyurethane, Boccato’s faceworks are monochromatic reliefs, wall-mounted vertical topographies whose varying scale and formation accentuate a blown-up image of a […]

Simon Callery on SundayS

Simon Callery on SundayS I am a painter. In order to understand what painting can do today I have made works that exist on the margins of what can be understood as painting. I have written the word ‘invert’ on my studio wall. It reminds me, when I am working, that I must invert and […]

Martha Tuttle on SundayS

Martha Tuttle on SundayS – Artist Feature I like most the part of my practice in which I start to emotionally confuse a piece of cloth, an image of skin, and a landscape. By using conditions of visual simplicity alongside labor-intensive and bodily processes, I am interested in the engagement between my body’s matter and […]

Frank Moll on Sunday S

Frank Moll My work usually starts with looking for some kind of time-related concept. After all, I am really interested in topics that pertain to helping us structure our lives, more specifically how we manage day-to-day moments and measure time. Therefore, I started to work on the piece “Angenommen ich werde 50” (“Suppose I reach […]

Jaymerson Payton on SundayS

A Many “Firsts” for Jaymerson Payton Never mind that he doesn’t have a web page. Never mind there are about ten postings (at the time of this writing) when hash tagging his name on Instagram. However, do mind his very first solo show “The Pragmatic Protagonist”…and is catching the eyes of savvy art collectors. Meet […]

Marie Hazard on SundayS

Marie Hazard on SundayS The know-how in my opinion is first of all a savoir-être. I am a weaver. At 24, I weave the invisible threads of an intimate story that does not know how to say otherwise. Trained in textile handicraft training in London – Central Saint Martins – I acquired the weaving skills […]

Ryan Estep on Sunday-S

Ryan Estep on Sunday-S Ryan Estep’s new series of paintings are shaped by the dualing constraints of mass and labor. Continuing from past material investigations (sterilized dirt and lidocaine) the “Scale” series displace the physical burden of a working body onto canvas. Split into three acts (Scale/, Scale/Body, Scale/Action) each isolate the weight of process into three […]

Andre Butzer / N-Paintings

Andre Butzer – N-Paintings The N-paintings seem to lack “color” but the often thinly painted black and white forms are not monochromes. André Butzer is a colorist, “I will always be a colourist and nothing else” and the color choice of black and white is the result of the inclusion, or acceptance, of all existing […]

Mathias Malling Mortensen on Sunday-S

Mathias Malling Mortensen on Sunday-S With a strong emphasis on the dynamics occurring when adding empty space to a canvas, Mathias Malling Mortensen is constantly exploring spatiality, texture, form and poetry in his abstract paintings. The balance between surfaces and lines make up the subject in the intense non-figurative paintings. Mortensen recently resumed painting after […]

Nils Bleibtreu on Sunday-S

Nils Bleibtreu on Sunday-S Having grown up in the post-industrial Ruhr area, Nils has always taken his incentives from the assumedly wrong and broken. The imperfect and the flawed are central vantage points of his work. During his studies at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in Tal R’s class, he continued to search for a form of painting-oriented […]

Julia Selin on Sunday-S

Julia Selin on Sunday-S Julia Selin works with painting. She keeps the canvas flat on the floor, sitting, standing and walking upon it while working. This approach opens up for the unexpected, like a shoe print, or a mark made by a hand or knee on the ”wrong” spot. These missteps move the work forward […]

Josef Zekoff on SundayS

Josef Zekoff on Sunday-S “The Souvlaki-specialist and Greece-connaiseur Mr Zekoff has begun to exist as a philosophical painter and overall craftsman serving Eros and Aletheia already since a long, almost historical time. His works made out of magic and dark reflection are testimonies of truth, brain and beauty. He has been in love with mankind […]

Ethan Cook on SundayS

Ethan Cook  – On Sunday-S One really can’t have a clear sense of the project without understanding the material processes involved. First, using a four-harness floor loom, Cook manually fashions pre-dyed cotton and linen fibers into a plain weave, the same simple, overlapping pattern used to produce traditional artist’s canvases. Almost like a drawing, a […]

Wolfgang Voegele on Sunday-S

Wolfgang Voegele on SundayS Wolfgang Voegele’s work shows a process from concept to intuition – always focussing the painting itself. Drawing on the very beginning of painting and art, Voegele creates an own vocabulary by using archaic and simplistic forms and lines. These compositions are based on a computer-generated sketch, which then are applied to […]

Otis Jones on SundayS

Otis Jones on Sunday-S Otis Jones’ works contain an ineffable quality allowing the viewer to focus on their essence. His abstract, circular wall pieces are provocative and engaging without leading the viewer by the hand. Jones liberates his audience by leaving them to consider the formal elements of color, scale and composition to achieve a […]

Albert Grøndahl on SundayS

Albert Grøndahl on SundayS Danish artist Albert Grondahl works with photography, departing from traditional documentarism in his focus on the relationship between the photographer and his subject. His main concern is the interaction with a given social context. In his work, the artist invests himself as he goes along, allowing for an exchange between personal narratives […]

Daniel Levine on Sunday-S

Daniel Levine on Sunday-S Since 1990 Levine has created monochrome paintings. By slowly building up layers of paint, he exploits difference: for each work the canvas is often a slightly different color, tone, or weave; it may be stretched at different depths, creating thinner or thicker profiles; the shapes are almost but not quite square; […]

Koen Delaere on Sunday-S

Koen Delaere on Sunday-S Koen Delaeres approach to painting comes within reach of the performative moment of music. As in musical productions, it is in his works that one perceives a “live” performance. A spontaneity that is reflected throughout a concert. There is a randomness, an improvisation and a controlled chaos. We find traces of […]

Manor Grunewald on Sunday-S

Manor Grunewald on Sunday-S Manor Grunewald focuses on the process of transforming images, whereby the printing process itself, as well as the results achieved with various printing techniques, plays a special role within his compositions, in which order and chaos, the creating, breaking, interrupting and dissolving of structures, are all key elements. With his most […]

Augustus Nazzaro on Sunday-S

Augustus Nazzaro on Sunday-S Augustus´s monochromatic paintings explore the ideas behind various forms of image making and the power to define the time in which we live in. Through the use of various media sources, the work represents our need to uncover and better understand reality as it is defined by images. Ranging from fringe revolutionary […]

Ryan Wallace on Sunday-S

Ryan Wallace on Sunday-S Like a patient gardener, Ryan Wallace cyclically tends, gleans, and prunes his work as former efforts become a soil that cultivates the new. His projects are sustained through continuous cycles of creation, destruction, flattening, and rebuilding. In paintings constructed from strips of canvas, screens, tiles, metallic tapes and errant found objects, […]

Ivan Pérard on Sunday-S

Ivan Pérard on Sunday-S The future is present in the works of Ivan Pérard. Time seems to reverse as the works reveal themselves as archaeological artefacts from a forthcoming era. Floating a few inches off the wall his reliefs – seemingly aerodynamic shapes, cuts and curves constitute the shape of the objects – exist in […]

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