Paul Mpagi Sepuya: Dark Room

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Paul Mpagi Sepuya, an artist who calls Los Angeles his home, is backed by many major galleries and represented worldwide. Born in San Bernardino, California, in 1982, Sepuya graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the New York University Tisch School of the Arts in 2004. He also received a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California Los Angeles Department of Art in 2016.

Channa Horwitz: The Underlying Structure of Things

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In 2005 the LA-based artist Channa Horwitz declared that “if chance plays out long enough it will become structure.” She drew in order to find structure in the chaotic world that surrounded her. Logic lead the way, and she created a system of drafting compositions not knowing what would result on the pag.

Mary Obering in Los Angeles

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Last spring Kayne Griffin Corcoran in Los Angeles announced they were adding New York City based artist Mary Obering to their gallery and their first exhibition with her would be in the fall of 2018. Now that time has come, and they are using their first collaboration with the artist to showcase some of her early works from the 1970s, which she made shortly after moving to New York City.

Karen Margolis and the Deconstruction of “Apparent Order”

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Channeling the chaotic yet compelling aspects of the natural world in her mixed media watercolor compositions, artist Karen Margolis has added her artistic brilliance to various exhibitions in recent years. Her contributions to the 2015 “Apparent Order” showcase at the Garis & Hahn Gallery of New York underlined this splendor in a selection of works that exemplified the powerful harmony possible when various artistic voices come into creative concordance.

The fresh New Genres of artist Yung Jake

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Andy Warhol essentially forecast the Internet when he wrote, “In the future everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes.” The future is now, online, where it is possible to obtain unprecedented visibility through a distribution system of likes and shares. Millennial multidisciplinary artist, Yung Jake says he’s “from the internet.” Coming of age at the onset of user generated content and social networking culture, Yung Jake’s art takes a self reflexive look at life on the internet and the value of visibility.

Jennifer Guidi’s Art Market Hypnosis

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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 the Contemporary art world: the artist who dictates their market.

Meeting Robert Motherwell Anew

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Robert Motherwell is universally recognized as a leader of twentieth-century expression. As one of the key voices of the New York School and as an innovator who had particularly uncanny ability to blend art theory with the expressive process, Motherwell will forever be remembered for his unique style.

Romancing the Dot: The Art of Paul Kolker

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Pushing the potential of visual perception, Paul Kolker uses the streamlined form of the dot and the repetitive rhythm of the line to create a powerful array of new works. These compositions take center stage in “Flatland Reimagined…A Romance of the Line and the Dot,” on view at the Paul Kolker collection in Chelsea from 22 January to 21 February 2015.