Valerie Hegarty: American Berserk

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We’ve seen Valerie Hegarty’s work before: a look at Fallen Bierstadt, and also West Rock Branches, two art works where Hegarty recreates a masterpieces but transforms it into something altogether different. So it was a bit of a surprise to walk into her exhibition titled “American Berserk” at Burning in Water Gallery and see this: […]

Running water, pots and pans … installation art by Subodh Gupta

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Here’s a short video of an installation art work by Subodh Gupta titled “This is not a fountain,” which we saw on view at the Hauser & Wirth Gallery a while back. We’ve featured this art work before – in our feature about “10 Challenging Art Works for Art Collectors” as well as our feature […]

An unusual move: a politician using graffiti to appeal to potential voters

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One does not typically associate Republican presidential candidates with graffiti, but that’s the approach Jeb Bush took with a campaign video featuring Antonio Asik Alonso, a Miami artist, spray painting “All In For Jeb” on a cargo container. Alonso believes this opportunity is a sign that graffiti is gaining public recognition as a legitimate art […]