Jennifer Guidi’s Art Market Hypnosis

Jennifer Guidi is the new darling of the art world. Highly coveted by collectors, her abstract mandala-like sand paintings have become a must-have for many building an art collection. However, not all art critics and advisors are fans, and her career trajectory illustrates an interesting facet of…


Mary Weatherford Steps into the Light

David Kordansky Gallery presents a new exhibition by American artist Mary Weatherford (b. 1963) titled like the land loves the sea. Born in Ojai, California and currently residing in Los Angeles, Weatherford has been painting quietly over the years while working as a bookkeeper, among other day…


Roland Kulla’s Queens Plaza

When we look at the paintings of Robert Kulla we see not only urban landscapes with their moving parts – subways, bridges, taxis – we see the shapes they form. When creating a composition Kulla finds the abstract in his framing. In Queens Plaza, Kulla uses the green painted train tracks to guide…