Exploring Muslim femininity through the politics of love
Once, late at night after an opening, I somehow lost the tracks of the conversations around me so completely that I convinced myself it was time to ask frank and direct questions. Alex Hubbard was sitting next to me, and I could only think to ask how he felt about being categorized as an artist whose paintings and silkscreens have become associated with the “new abstraction.”
Quinlan’s photographs picture—literally—smoke and mirrors; Beshty makes photos without a camera. They meet on a New York Chinatown rooftop to discuss their work.
Jan Hendrix is a Dutch artist who has lived and worked in Mexico City since 1979.
Throughout her career, Brazilian artist Regina Silveira has investigated the tension between movement and spatial perspective.
Rivka Rinn makes art with a “kinda” new medium that artists on both sides of the Atlantic have toyed with, computer-scanned ink on canvas.
Four enamel paintings on metal, titled Lipservice, Fun House Mirror (White Series One), Cherrys, and Glory Hole, by Marilyn Minter.
Lithograph, screen print, collage and stencil piece on a folding, five panel screen of a table set for tea, Caribbean Tea Time by David Hockney. This piece appears in the portfolio The Folding Screen, curated by Ursula Helman.