Expressionism, Now with Added Black
"LA is like death in the sunshine." Even when he's being "optimistic," German painter André Butzer can't keep his dark side in check for long. But returning to the city after a lengthy break, the artist has made positive use of his impulse to destroy.
Rashid Johnson Turns to Color as a Respite From Politics
The celebrated artist turns from his own explorations of race and controversy to curate a vibrant exhibition at Rental Gallery.
The Steoples' New Music Video Is Like an Animated Expressionist Painting
"From The Otherside” is the latest from The Steoples, a collaborative new project from Stones Throw Records.
Bernard Buffet’s Existentialist Paintings Will Definitely Bum You Out
Post-war paintings of a personal world of angst.
[Premiere] The Forgotten Master Who Brawled With Jackson Pollock
A new video by Sotheby's profiles Abstract Expressionist Roy Newell, a largely unknown character of the art world.
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Celebrating the Birth of Expressionism at a New York City Art Show
Galerie St. Etienne is showing 18 pieces of early Expressionist art in their booth at the Park Avenue Armory this weekend.
Jacob Felländer's Breaking Photography | Studio Visits
The mixed-media photographer talks Einstein, virtual realities, and the artistic beauty of making mistakes.
See van Gogh's France Become Stunning Digital Abstractions
Quayola's digital paintings 'Pleasant Places' blur the boundaries between representation and reality.
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Nell Zink's Plan for World Domination
We met with the suddenly prominent 'Mislaid' author for a frank talk about money, sex, marriage, and the Great American Novel.