Thomas Scheibitz's brand of quirky abstraction presents a futuristic vision of opulence, where even the most pedestrian subject matter is reinvented as a product of high design. Described as 'post-cubist', Scheibitz's pictorial breakdown of flowers, suburban houses and ski resorts doesn't create actu
I am all about Art 2.0 which is really about applying the principles of Web 2.0, Stuckism and Kitsch( see Nerdrum) in a creative formula. The "2.0-ness" is not something new, but rather a fuller realization of the true potential of Art.
Justine Kurland's photographs are about adolescence, awkwardness, girls, the American landscape, secrets, and quiet, private dreams of community that hide behind tough exteriors and blank faces. Relatively large-scale, and often theatrically staged, Kurland's images position their subjects hanging ou
Lisa Yuskavage likens the characters she paints to the elusive killers in David Cronenberg's "The Brood." Now, the woman at the center of "The Brood" is locked up in a mental hospital, and in order to "treat" herself, she creates characters who escape her confinement and kill all the people persecuti