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|Onward/ Forward 2020: Kim Foster Gallery opens 2020 with a group exhibition|
NEW YORK, NY.- 2020 is the start of a new decade, a chance to move onward, repair and invigorate, to bring forward art that challenges the norm.
Crayons are a creative tool for children. However, Christian Faur has made them static with a digital mapping color coded system to realize his subject matter, broadening out the way art can be made.
Jacques Roch instilled a liveliness in his art that keeps on entertaining us with his energetic spirit and mischievous humor.
Glass always engages us with its infinite perspectives. Like a crystal ball, Kathleen Mulcahys glass drops take you wherever you wish to go.
Paul Glabickis drawings are a relentless accumulation of imagery and data existing in an abstract space. The completed drawing becomes a unique configuration and multilayered collage to be read, discovered and explored at each viewing.
Margaret Evangelines gold aura could be a thing of kings. However, her use of gold is as a veil where one can view the future not without challenges. It glitters on the surface and allows us to look beyond.
Moon Beoms medium is his hands constantly making split decisions into the unknown. He transforms historical Korean landscape painting into the present.
Blanche Nettles Powers has the unique ability to create colors and textures that never existed before, through layering, scratching and taking away. Allowing the viewer to be more inquisitive in finding new ways of interpreting art.
January 10, 2020
Viking runestone linked to fears of climate change: study
French architects want Notre-Dame roof rebuilt in wood
Pace Gallery announces representation of Beatriz Milhazes
A Polish museum turns to the right, and artists turn away
Buck Henry, who helped create 'Get Smart' and adapt 'The Graduate,' dies at 89
The Met acquires works by Pakistani artist Lala Rukh
Climate change threatens Afghanistan's crumbling heritage
The most technologically advanced motor car to come out of Britain pre-WW2 for sale
Nationalmuseum Sweden acquires 'Adam in Paradise' by Kristian Zahrtmann
The Metropolitan Museum kicks off 150th anniversary by inviting all to share "Met Stories"
Long-time Minneapolis Institute of Art Curator Patrick Noon retires
Sotheby's unveils 'Mario Buatta: Prince of Interiors'
RISD Museum receives gift of artworks from Avo Samuelian and Manuel Gonzalez
Estella Chung appointed Chief Curator of The Wisconsin Historical Society
Friedman Benda presents its sixth annual guest-curated exhibition entitled Comfort, curated by Omar Sosa
Heritage Auctions' Comics Department sets new record: $79 million in 2019
kaufmann repetto opens 'Muses', Billy Sullivan's fifth solo exhibition with the gallery
Philbrook welcomes Sara O'Keeffe, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art
Phillips' 2019 Watch Auctions total $111 Million
These composers are maestros of menace
Adela Holzer, whose fall from grace was theatrical, is dead
Exhibition features paintings from different series created over a 15-year period by Mike Kelley
Onward/ Forward 2020: Kim Foster Gallery opens 2020 with a group exhibition
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