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Exclusive Interview: Contemporary realist Dina Brodsky has a new show that celebrates her “twin passions” of bicycling and painting miniature landscapes on copper. The exhibition, titled “Cycling Guide to Lilliput,” will feature a collection of these miniature paintings. Each of them, the artist tells us, “is an attempt to capture a specific moment throughout my travels that I can return to vividly in my memory.”
Fine Art Connoisseur had the pleasure of attending the recent opening-night party at the 23rd annual LA Art Show, Modern and Contemporary. Go behind the scenes in this exclusive review.
Peter Freeman, Inc. is the host of an exhibition of art by Catherine Murphy, whose “career-long interest has been in decoding reality as a place of constant and inevitable change, realizing abstract ideas through the exploration of everyday objects and situations."
“Theseus” is a new exhibition at Marlborough Gallery, featuring 10 works from Vincent Desiderio that range in size from 5 feet, 9 inches to nearly 14 feet long. The artist has described his approach as "trying to create a sense of what it feels like to be at the threshold of dream images coalescing into sequentiality with no loss of their dreaminess, as it were."
Surveying the Washington, D.C. war memorials, one quickly realizes how unusual Sabin Howard’s “A Soldier’s Journey,” a World War I memorial destined to be placed in Pershing Square, is. Bonus: Watch a behind-the-scenes clip of Howard's work.
At Robert Lange Studios, inspiration is one of their art exhibition goals. “If you are a watercolorist perhaps you’ll find renewed inspiration for your medium of choice, and if you are a collector, perhaps you will purchase your first watercolor piece,” says Lange, artist and gallery owner. “We have really tried to find artists with unique voices for our group exhibits. No two are alike in their approach and specifically for this watercolor exhibit we wanted to find painters that didn’t create traditional watercolor scenes.”
Alexis Rockman, who is known for his critically acclaimed ecology-based works of art, has a multi-faceted solo exhibition of new works that bring attention to the ecology of the Great Lakes region. The collection celebrates the majesty and global importance of the lakes while identifying factors — visible and invisible — that threaten the system.
The Ann Korologos gallery in Basalt, Colorado, is home of the exhibition “Winter in the West.” The show features the works of five artists who capture the colors, textures, and mood of the season.
Following conservation of two paintings by the Venetian master Paolo Veronese (1528–1588), the Frick Collection is presenting a focus exhibition that highlights their creation and their creator’s career.
With an increase in diverse programming and exhibitors, the LA Art Show identifies compelling artists, performances, exhibitions, and movements from around the world.
In an exhibition titled “The Holy Name, Art of the Gesù: Bernini and his Age,” the Fairfield University Art Museum will soon showcase masterpieces from Rome’s Church of the Gesù — the splendidly decorated headquarters of the Jesuit order (Society of Jesus) and a key monument of the late Renaissance.
“Neapolitan Moods: Florida Through Russian Eyes” is a colorful collection of plein air impressionist works. The Russian-born artists who are featured created the collections on location specifically for East West Fine Art, which is hosting the exhibition.
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