September 16, 2018

FAIR-WEATHER SEPTEMBER ISSUE

If the incredulity of this summer’s humidity had you wondering if it would be possible to step outdoors again, believe that fall is prepared to rectify the social life that-was-not with a forecast of much art, artists and art fairs. Starting the season is the Affordable Art Fair New York, September 27-30 2018, The Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC where my works, “Chair 1” (2016) and “Equal” (2016), will show in advance ...

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April 19, 2018

WORLD, HOLD ON

With so many art fairs populating major cities, monthly it seems, it’s hard sometimes to distinguish one from the next and what venue aligns with your interests over another. Do you like quirky and odd or traditional and realistic? Contemporary or old-masters? Paintings or objects? Established or emerging artists? Or if you’re like me, do you like to be surprised? Enjoy the discovery of something old and something new? ...

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April 11, 2018

LOOKING BACK, FORWARD

A lot has happened since my show, Anatomy of Resilience, opened at Karsh-Masson Gallery, City Hall Ottawa a couple of months ago. The days got longer. Dots descended at the Art Gallery of Ontario (far more welcome than winter’s insistence much to the confusion of the Canadian geese prematurely decamped). And that which bellied on the fringes–ideas, attitudes, even people–came spilling forth fantastically, empowered by ...

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February 08, 2018

PAPER, PURPOSE, PERSEVERANCE

My first solo exhibit at a Canadian public gallery opens tonight at Karsh-Masson Gallery, City Hall; Ottawa, Canada. The show is titled, Anatomy of Resilience, and it features my signature paper objects and surfaces. However this time, the language of my artworks’ materials, constructions, patterns, shapes and colours propose art and creation as a kind of hardiness toward hardship. Recounting his own initial and ...

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January 25, 2018

A HIEMAL INTERLUDE

Guess who’s having a show at Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa City Hall, during Winterlude?! I’ll give you a clue. (See pic.) Details to ...

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January 25, 2018

STANDING STRONG

Almost seventeen years ago, BoxHeart Gallery set up shop at 4523 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA. Back then, the recent Carlow University grads–couple, owners and founders–Joshua Hogan and Nicole Capozzi staked whatever means they had in investing in themselves, the Bloomfield community and artists–local, national and international–to create the kind of venue they felt was wanting and that they could provide. Though ...

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