Art Review

‘Synonym’ by Justin Williams @ Roberts Project
Mr. Justin Williams introduces us to a planar perspective with idyllic ideas with his Synonym opening at Roberts Projects. The anthropocentrism in each of the proudly large canvases provides us with that visibility on what would otherwise be considered bromidic or insipid; nothing that aims at attempting to breach the surreal or imaginatively transcendent. Yet,
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My Colors by Omar Mendoza @ Steve Turner Gallery
Mr. Omar Mendoza brings a strong encouragement of highness to his mighty demonstration of fine art with his My Colors opening at Steve Turney Gallery. The inventive and daring, if not dangerous, overcomplication of indigenous media is a smashing triumph of the experimental with the experienced to bring out the exquisite to representing true beauty.
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‘Signal to Noise’ curated by Michael Slenske @ Diane Rosenstein Gallery
Diane Rosenstein Gallery offers a refined collection of fine art curated by Michael Slenske with their Signal to Noise opening. Amidst the healthy appetite for playing with material on canvas, there is the strength in being delicate with the appearance, to inform the subject with what is fine in fine art.   And that is
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‘Endless, Nameless’ by Han Sungwoo @ Helen J Gallery
Mr. Hun Sungwoo at Helen J Galley paints us a stronger idea of more than color with his works which extend the imagination as it pertains to experiences of texture, color, scale, and brustroke with his opening at Helen J Gallery. The impressive feat is in the ability to play with decades of efforts at
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Chapter 2: A Long Way Home by Suwichada Busamrong-Press @ Reisig and Taylor Contemporary
In a resoundingly confident demonstration of the color yellow at Reisig and Taylor Contemporary, Ms. Suwichada Busamrong-Press resonates with her intimate memories of her past life in Thailand, particularly with her originally daring application of turmeric to fine art. It is through this medicinal application from her father where sentiment and beauty coalesce, to, with
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‘Faith in Doubt’ Sean Sullivan @ Chris Sharp Gallery
The movements of artworks by Mr. Sean Sullivan in his new opening at Chris Sharp Gallery is one which is compelled into the mystery of fate. It is here where the need for experiencing color and figure, as well as space, are coalesced into the medium of a serious poise in grace. For with grace,
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‘Storyteller Yellow’ by Jiha Moon @ Shoshana Wayne Gallery
Ms. Jiha Moon brings out the most brilliant ideas of yellow in her Storyteller Yellow opening at Shoshana Wayne Gallery. In not simply the actual representation of the color, but as well as its distant relation to the echoes of her personal experience and pride as an Asian-Am woman. Through the outstandingly gorgeous ceramics, there
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Anthem, Arena, Sanctuary by Joe Koppal @ Lauren Powell Projects
What is mesmerizing to find in Mr. Joe Koppal’s artworks presented in his Anthem, Arena, Sanctuary opening at Lauren Powell Projects is their proud independence. If there is one word to define the American Spirit, it is precisely this; and Mr. Koppal’s exuberant free spirit paints the mind with such medium of mania that we are left
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‘On Fire’ by Tony Marsh @ Patricia Sweetow Gallery
Mr. Tony Marsh scintillates in a brilliantly eruptive display of ceramic earthenware at Patricia Sweetow Gallery. It is not an explosion which imposes erratica but instead is a wondrously graceful volcanic finish to his dynamic danger in working with the kiln. In his flamebrush master strokes, we are given a confidence in the inner mysterious
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‘Cadences’ by Ha Tae IM @ Helen J Gallery
On a meditation on passing, Ms. Ha Tae-Im showers the world with a wonderfully inventive display of harmony in the flow of time with her ‘Cadences’ opening at Helen J Gallery. This balance with its unequivocal passing is beyond preconceived notions of a static equilibirum perspective; yet it is precisely in this idea of balance
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