“For his upcoming solo show, we perceive a pivotal, landmark moment for the artist.“ – JUXTAPOZ
“Inspired by concrete architecture, Vidal’s latest show, “Concrete,” explores functionalism and elimination of conventionalism and ornamentalism.”
Congratulations to artist Michelle Okpare for her featured interview in VoyageLA discussing her artistic career and creative voice.
“My practice is a combination of imagination and reality which aims to build cogent visual imagery which encompasses humanity, diversity, self-identity, women experiences, emotions, mental health, and societal essence.”
Surrounding Black children with jumbled masses of cartoon characters, doodles, and explosions of color, Chicago-based artist Kayla Mahaffey (previously) imagines adolescent daydreams and an array of playtime inventions. She infuses her acrylic paintings with a longing for carefree summer days, mornings spent watching the foibles of favorite animated characters, and hours left open for adventure, capturing feelings of joy and curiosity.Evoking Childhood Nostalgia, Color and Cartoon Commotion Burst from Kayla Mahaffey’s Paintings / Colossal
Andrew Hosner kicks off Moniker’s new podcast series Curators of Culture.
Andrew Hosner is the co-owner and curator of the Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles. Equally influencer and generator of inputs, he is regarded as one the most important authorities in all things new contemporary and urban art. Moniker’s Tina Ziegler sits down with Andrew to talk about the role of the curator, how Thinkspace gallery discovers new talent and works to profile and support artists.– Moniker Art Fair