Our 10 Favorite Exhibitions of 2015

As the year comes to an end, many of us think back on our fondest memories. For us, many of those memories were made seeing some of our favorite art shows. Some of these shows presented works by our favorite artists and others presented new artists that quickly become favorites. Through the year we’ve met …

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Frazier, Landscape of The Body (Epilepsy Test), 2011

Go Forth Where?

The 2012 Whitney Biennial featured LaToya Ruby Frazier’s response to Wieden + Kennedy’s 2010 “Go Forth” ad campaign for Levi’s jeans. The films and posters attempt to persuade our American youths to take up the pioneering standards of our forefathers with luscious views of derelict pastorals, voiceovers of canonized poetry, and slogans veiled as maxims like, …

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SLATES: Francisco Moreno at Erin Cluley Gallery

Artist Francisco Moreno has made a name for himself in the Dallas arts scene with popular projects such as Painting Debt and WDC Project. A Texas based artist represented by Erin Cluley Gallery, Moreno’s work has been celebrated nationally in various galleries in New York, Vermont, Texas, and Puerto Rico, and he has recently received …

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Untitled from Memento Series_ Jaime Alvarez

Young Latino Artists 20: WITHIN REACH

Latino, Chicano, Hispanic, or any other term associated with Americans of Latin American and Spanish origin engages a polarizing discussion of identity within the contemporary art world. Never to suggest a right or wrong in a situation of self, terms that define personal heritage are often misconstrued with stereotypes perpetuated by popular culture. Whether these …

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The Expansion of Digitalism and the New Reality

Whether we’ve admitted to it or not, we live in an extremely digital world. As you read this, I am able to communicate with you digitally. It is an expansion ubiquitous to technological advances and our enhanced lifestyles. So what does this term “digitalism” mean for the art world? Today, it means a change. Art …

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Artist Discourse: Laurie Simmons

Laurie Simmons is an American artist based out of New York known for her accomplished photographic series and other practices in film that have brought many of her famous images to life. She is a recognized member of the Picture’s Generation, developing a critical dialogue on topics such as identity, politics, and stereotypes that are …

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Heraclitus’ Doctrine of Flux and the Metamodern Discourse

Throughout art history we have witnessed different movements, each categorized by their own individual and expressive nature. Most recently we have been witness to the postmodern era, where we see a distinct rise in consumer culture and an ever-increasing interest in popular culture. Postmodernism has also been characterized by distrust of a central and authoritarian …

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When creatives come together for a common goal, and share similar visions — good things happen. The Bauhaus was founded by an architect named Walter Gropius in 1919 and aimed to create an art school that would catalyze the modern arts, design, architecture and other disciplines. When Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in 1998, …

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