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          Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          May 18th, 2021|Comments Off on Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          Art should not be racist, classist, transient. That’s what I thought when I looked at the paintings of [...]

          Balance in Times of Crisis

          March 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Balance in Times of Crisis

          His work clearly calls attention, but more so it creates tension. Colombian artist Jose Olano uses everyday life [...]

          The Art of Memory

          January 15th, 2021|Comments Off on The Art of Memory

          Memories are fleeting, they change over time. Sometimes they are unreliable, often they form part of what we [...]

          Cities or puffs of smoke

          April 6th, 2020|Comments Off on Cities or puffs of smoke

          Just by looking at her paintings, you’d know who Ana Maria Velasquez is… A woman who cannot help [...]

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          Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          Art should not be racist, classist, transient. That’s what I thought when I looked at the paintings of the American artist Henry Taylor. Some people say that black art is having its moment, finally; others insist that the rising presence of black artists began a decade ago. Whatever the case, artists should have their moments and we, as the viewer, [...]

          1805, 2021

          Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          May 18th, 2021|Comments Off on Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          Art should not be racist, classist, transient. That’s what I thought when I looked at the paintings of the American artist Henry Taylor. Some people say that black art is having its [...]

          603, 2021

          Balance in Times of Crisis

          March 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Balance in Times of Crisis

          His work clearly calls attention, but more so it creates tension. Colombian artist Jose Olano uses everyday life spaces in the way a painter uses their canvas to make art with whatever [...]

          1805, 2021

          Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          May 18th, 2021|Comments Off on Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          Art should not be racist, classist, transient. That’s what I thought when I looked at the paintings of the American artist Henry Taylor. Some people say that black art is having its [...]

          603, 2021

          Balance in Times of Crisis

          March 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Balance in Times of Crisis

          His work clearly calls attention, but more so it creates tension. Colombian artist Jose Olano uses everyday life spaces in the way a painter uses their canvas to make art with whatever [...]

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          Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          May 18th, 2021|Comments Off on Henry Taylor, A Real Moment

          Art should not be racist, classist, transient. That’s what I thought when I looked at the paintings of the American artist Henry Taylor. Some people say that black art is having its moment, finally; others [...]

          Balance in Times of Crisis

          March 6th, 2021|Comments Off on Balance in Times of Crisis

          His work clearly calls attention, but more so it creates tension. Colombian artist Jose Olano uses everyday life spaces in the way a painter uses their canvas to make art with whatever objects he finds. [...]

          The Art of Memory

          January 15th, 2021|Comments Off on The Art of Memory

          Memories are fleeting, they change over time. Sometimes they are unreliable, often they form part of what we call history. The notion of memory as something ephemeral which can be constantly influenced, reshaped and redefined [...]

          Cities or puffs of smoke

          April 6th, 2020|Comments Off on Cities or puffs of smoke

          Just by looking at her paintings, you’d know who Ana Maria Velasquez is… A woman who cannot help being sensitive and meticulous. According to her, three words define her: paper, scissors and receipts. Her hands [...]