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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: ERIC DROOKER

by greg dybec For many of us New Yorkers, our ever-expanding, forever changing, perpetually intriguing city is something we have become accustomed to. Not that we don’t appreciate our fascinating confines, though it may be safe to say that we don’t all keep an eye out for wonderment when commuting to work or running errands. [...]

FRANCIS BACON @ AT THE MET THROUGH 8/16

by marissa bea In a strange, brightly lit interior, lurk images of human passions, vices and deformations. I have not seen a retrospective of an artist’s work that I have loved so much than this exhibition of Francis Bacon at the Met. With what seems like a small number of his own works (only 65 [...]

LYRICAL ABSTRACTION

by phil I recently stumbled across a painting that really intrigued me. It’s called “Les Capitiens Partout,” painted in 1956. Researching the piece, I’ve found that the artist is a pretty amazing individual. This would be French painter, Georges Mathieu. Known for his unique style of lyrical abstraction, his bizarre attire and ability to create [...]