SHANGHAI — The objects in Chinese artist Zhang Enli’s paintings are usually calm and even mundane. But he says they reveal his understanding of human emotions.Several new works were leaning against the walls of his Shanghai studio the day of ARTINFO...
For Lebanese painter, Nabil Nahas, memories of an experience in nature serve as inspiration for his optically-charged paintings of starfish and olive trees. For the last two decades, Nahas has continuously increased the variety of materials used on canvas -...
Craig Hubert, Kristen Boatright
André Gregory is a born storyteller, so much so that an entire film, “My Dinner with André,” was built around his oratory prowess. At the age of 78, you’d think that a person with the gift of gab would run out of things to say, or at least get tired of saying...
This week in our video series Eye on Art, Matthew Drutt, Executive Director of the Blouin Cultural Advisory Group, takes us along to three shows in Chelsea that all utilize technology and loud sounds at the core of the works on display. He checks out the...
The Cayman Islands is a popular tourism destination because of the country's beautiful beaches, water activities, and proximity to the United States. But as ARTINFO's Vanessa Yurkevich found out when she spoke to the country's Director of Tourism on the...
Chris Shott, Dion Tan
The first thing you notice about the Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis Concept is its imposing face.That futuristic four-bar grille is hard to ignore. It’s big. It’s aggressive. It’s complex.The glinting flat lines feature thin needle-like eyes on either side. Look...
When Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928-2007) composed “Oktophonie,” the father of electronic music was unable to perform it before his death due to the spacial limitations of a traditional hall — the piece requires a flexible space where eight speakers can be...
In just the second exhibition at Pavel Zoubok’s new Chelsea gallery, multidisciplinary artist Charles McGill, using vintage golf bags as his raw material, explores the intersections of race, class and politics. McGill deconstructs the bags and transforms the...
Eric Gonon, Aaron Sherman
From exotic hot rods and luxury sedans to fuel-sipping mini cars and gas guzzling trucks, the 113th New York International Auto Show features more than 1000 vehicles. Here's a quick look at 60 cars in 60 seconds on display at the Jacob Javits...
With spring temperatures finally here in New York, visitors and locals will be strolling the streets, enjoying the nice weather. Cuban-born artist Alexandre Arrechea hopes New Yorkers will like his city-within-a-city – a parallel creation - along Park Avenue...
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