"La lezione bianca", "La lezione nera" , grés, Argillà 2014 - Riccardo Biavati.
Naoko Yamaji, Bird woman (cut paper)
Manus Groenen’s show Cryptographics: A Tribute to the Voynich Manuscript was selected as the winner of ArtSlant’s Curator’s Open, where we asked readers to use our massive database of art to design an exhibition. Now showing at EXPO CHICAGO Art Fair, Groenen’s Cryptographics brings together twelve unique artworks exploring different forms of marking, both linguistic and pictorial. Reflective of the mysterious text his show honors, Groenen’s Cryptographics features works touching on the cosmological, the obscured, and the occult. We caught up with Groenen over email to chat aboutCryptographics and what it was like designing a show through our Curator’s Open.
Read the interview here
Artist Rose Wylie wins the John Moores Painting Prize, one of the UK’s most prestigious art awards, at the age of 80. via BBC News - Entertainment & Arts
We recently enjoyed a visit to the new Jerwood Gallery in Hastings - now permanent home to the Jerwood Foundation’s collection of Modern British Art, as well as a programme of changing curated exhibitions.
Designed by architects HAT Projects, the building shows great sensitivity to…
Air oil on canvas
The British artist has been enjoying some deserved attention in the last years although she has been working on her idiosyncratic paintings for decades. The large-scale work with very humane representations are very impressive.
Rose Wylie is finally being talked about as an up-and-coming artist – at 77.
”I’m not crazy about money. I don’t buy stuff. I almost buy nothing, other than paint, canvas, wood and staples.” She would like to have enough money to employ someone to help her stretch the canvases and cut the grass, she says, but that’s about it.”
The Artist Rose Wylie. Shot for Article Magazine.