Kasper Bosmans is a multimedia artist living and working in Brussels, Belgium. You can see more of his work at Marc Foxx Gallery.
*All images from Marc Foxx Gallery
The work of London-based artist Neil Raitt.
From Anat Ebgi gallery: Neil Raitt’s paintings are compositions of endlessly repeated cabins, mountains, ponds, trees and other natural motifs. Exploring the idea of repetition itself as a form of abstraction, Raitt’s work addresses landscape painting and the accessibility of its figurative form. With gestures adopted from Bob Ross’ television program The Joy of Painting, Raitt utilizes identifiable imagery in his intricate patterns that suspend the atmospheric effect of landscape and its illusion of space, dispersing any sense of perspective. [...] While Raitt’s work implies an accelerated machine-like production process, his work is borne of time-consuming and heavily labored oil painting. Raitt’s technical skill in painting modernizes the traditional landscape, deconstructing its figurative language with an approach that is neither wholly kitsch nor fully abstracted.
*all images from Anat Ebgi
Sadie Barnette is from Oakland, California. She received her BFA from CalArts and her Masters in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego. Barnette recently completed a year as Artist-in-Residence at The Studio Museum in Harlem. She has shown her work in venues including Charlie James Gallery, The Mistake Room, Self Help Graphics, and Papillion in Los Angeles; Ever Gold Projects in San Francisco; Studio Museum in Harlem; and Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg, South Africa. Commissions for public works include projects for UCSD’s Thurgood Marshall College and for New York’s WNYC public radio. Named as one of the “Black Artists: 30 Contemporary Art Makers Under 40 You Should Know” by the Huffington Post, Barnette has been featured in The New York Times, SFAQ (San Francisco Arts Quarterly), The Los Angeles Times, Artnet News and Art Forum. Her work is in the permanent collections of museums such as The Pérez Art Museum, Cornell Fine Arts Museum and The Studio Museum in Harlem. Barnett has an exhibition up currently at Jenkins Johnson Gallery from sept 17 – oct 29th
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*all images & bio taken from sadiebarnette.com
Hanna Barczyk was born in Germany and currently divides her time between New York City and Toronto, Ontario. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design with a bachelor of Design. She creates conceptual illustrations for major publications such as The The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe and The Los Angeles Times, among many others. Inspired by her family’s Hungarian folk art traditions, vintage Polish film posters, German Expressionism, memories, love, music, movement, and a passion for dance, she often illustrates emotional driven solutions that are bold, conceptual, and delicate at the same time. Hanna combines a variety of media, including pen and ink, acrylic paint, woodblock, and digital.
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Emma Crockatt is a UK-based artist who uses drawing, collage, and ceramics to invoke a sense of childhood wonder and nostalgia in her work. You can see more on her website.
*All images from emmacrockatt.com
*All images from artist’s website
Barbara Dziadosz is a freelancing illustrator. Originally from a little town in northern Poland, she is finishing up studies in Hamburg, Germany. Over the years she has specialized in printmaking, editorial, illustrated recipes and character design. To see more of her work, click here.
Laylah Ali was born in Buffalo, New York in 1968 and lives and works in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
The precision with which Ali creates her small, figurative, gouache paintings on paper is such that it takes her many months to complete a single work. Her most famous and longest-running series of paintings depict brown-skinned and gender-neutral Greenheads and have been included in the Venice Biennale (2003), and the Whitney Biennial (2004) and were the subject of a major touring exhibition in 2012-2013 that originated at the Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA and traveled to the Weisman Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Ali’s works are included in the permanent collections of numerous public institutions, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, IL; the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, among many others.
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* images and text from Paul Kasmin Gallery’s website
Dana Hemenway is a San Francisco-based artist, curator and co-director at the Oakland artist-run project space, Royal Nonesuch Gallery. She currently has a show, All That Glows Sees, up at Eleanor Harwood Gallery in SF until October 29th. Check it out!
To see more, visit her site here
*images from artist’s site and eleanorharwood.com