Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

‘Magaxat’ by Rudik Ovsepyan @ REISIG AND TAYLOR CONTEMPORARY

Posted on September 23rd, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Mr. Rudik Ovespyan introduces a new concept of red and an extension of a self-reliant media form with his archival opening Magaxat at Reisig and Taylor Contemporary. The modest scale and subject of his paintings permits the subject to absorb the stark contrasts of a sentimental pigment. This is one which is precious to Armenian […]

‘Bulb and Seed’ by Charles Hickey @ Monta Vista Projects

Posted on September 15th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Mr. Charles Hickey explores new industrial techniques towards fine artistry with his introduction of still life forms with 3D print penmanship with his Bulb and Seed opening at Monta Vista Projects. His fastidious and dangerous attempts successfully extend originality in the fine arts through the comfort of utilizing a technique for polishing or finishing off […]

‘From Joy to Joy’ by Teresa Baker @ de boer Gallery

Posted on September 8th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

In a poised showing of artwork which is brighter and bolder than her typical objectives, Ms. Teresa Baker further renders an appropriate quiet relaxation with her forms and media choices with her opening at de boer Gallery. It is in this difficult balance of a personal extension of bold colors with the cerebral attunement the […]

The 36th Parallel ft. Liz Miller Kovacs && Uma Rani Iyli @ Track 16 Gallery

Posted on September 1st, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Ms. Liz Miller Kovacs introduces a concept of waste, of misplaced expectations with her testimony of the Feminine Earth polluted with the poisons of industrial exposure during the refined ’36th Parallel’ opening at Track 16 Gallery. That the progenitive Earth and its recycling of growth – regeneration – can be corrupted with the extension of […]

‘Black Migration’ w/ Jamelle Wright Sr. ft. Ramekon O’Arwisters @ Patricia Sweetow Gallery

Posted on August 25th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

In a dazzling affair of sculptural affirmation, Mssrs. Jamelle Wright Sr. and Ramekon O’Arwisters demonstrate a self-reliant outward expression of African-American culture at Patricia Sweetow Gallery, in a way which mollifies with distinct paragonal perspectives of restless energies. For to be clear, the affirmation of life presupposes the affirmation of fine art – of that […]


Posted on August 19th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Mr. Salomon Emquies presents us with graceful imaginary forms against coarse yet subtlety delicate backgrounds with his recent opening Michael Kohn Gallery. His wise choice in providing a mysterious sense to each one, with their graceful extensions and pseudo-psychedelic movements which swirl in a way which is not taxing, gives us that taste of serenity. […]

‘Portals’ by Thomas Linder @ Praz-Delavallade

Posted on August 11th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Thomas Linder brings out a stunning testimony to industrial form with this layered and framed artistry in his Portals opening at Praz-Delavallade. It is in this bold direction, upon evaluating the possibilities of appreciating organic media from his childhood upbringing, where his efforts at affirming man’s rational powers at achieving a beautiful form beyond the […]

‘L.A. Oaxaca’ w/Demián Flores @ Craig Krull Gallery

Posted on August 4th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Demián Flores introduces us to the concept of nourishment with his corn concepts at his L.A. Oaxaca representation at Craig Krull Gallery. It is in this beautiful matrimony of indigenous subsistence with manufactured mass consumption which permits us to celebrate this novel extension of human imagination as it bounces along with these irreversible currents between […]

‘Out of the Blue’ by Jonathan Smith @ Danziger Gallery

Posted on July 28th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

Mr. Jonathan Smith irradiates a sublimely novel idea of water with his confident expression and variegation of the concept throughout his photography compositions at Danziger Gallery with his new opening Out of the Blue. His ability to treat with such distinction the idea of water and its apparent blandness with an overwhelming presence imbues with […]

‘It’s a Colorful World’ by Sarit Halo @ Tierra Del Sol Gallery

Posted on July 14th, 2023 by Joseph A. Hazani

In what can be best described as silly, Ms. Sarit Halo introduces us the vibrancy and sweetness of bright colors at her It’s a Colorful World opening at Tierra Del Sol Gallery. It is in the unabashed enthusiasm in embracing a wonderful view of life – that of necessary levity in brightening the mind’s eye […]