“Mukherjee’s [works]… attain a level of marvel that edges slightly towards the monstrous,” stated Peter Nagy of Nature Morte. Having seen them first hand, ‘marvelous monstrosity’ seems an apt description.
I’ll just say it now: At Peace Tea Factory’s Tea & Draw is the chillest drink and draw I’ve ever been to.
“The notion of the figurative takes on a new meaning when the organic merges with the synthetic to depict the body as something unfixed, malleable, and remote.” – Ruba Katrib,
The Morgan Library &Museum’s exhibition Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth feels like the missing piece of the Tolkien puzzle. Collecting a mass of his visual material together, the exhibition emphasizes that Tolkien’s holistic approach to his invented world went farther than map making. His illustrations draw from the same well as his writing and language creation, and complete the fantasy-fiction-as-historical-text that draws so many to Tolkien’s world.
Alexa Lim Haas, Agua Viva, 2017. 6 minutes, 46 seconds. Voice by Mengda Zhang. Courtesy of the artist. New York-based animator Alexa Lim Haas uses a fluid, improvisational line to create
Excerpts from “Interview” with Neo Rauch by Ena Swansea
It’s a quarter past seven on Wednesday night at Bat Haus Coworking Space, and already people are arriving 45 minutes early to grab a coveted seat at the drink and draw—stylized as “Drink N’ Draw” —hosted weekly at Bat Haus.
The Center for Urban Pedagogy. Making Policy Public 10th Anniversary, 2019. 5 minutes and 45 seconds. Courtesy of The Center for Urban Pedagogy. The Drawing Center’s 2019 Winter Term explores
Catherine Prowse and Hannah Quinn, Laymun, 2017. 4 minutes, 42 seconds. Compositions and sound design by Kalle Jurvanen. Courtesy of the artists. London based director and animator Catherine Prowse and
On-view through April 23, 2019 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future is the first major solo exhibition of the artist in the United