Maja Djordjevic Belgrade, Serbia. Tell us about yourself. How did your work in art start? Hello dear ABSTRACT, my name is Maja Djordjevic. I love to paint, sing and entertain myself. An unwritten rule in Serbian primary schools is that there is always one person in each class who is really good at painting
In nineteen Suzanne Duchamp received a birthday present from her brother Marcel. The gift was an instruction; to hang a geometry book onto a clothesline, on the balcony of her Paris apartment. He wanted the theorems to “get the facts of life” by being exposed to the sun, the rain, the wind and the frost.
Tell us a bit about yourself. How did you understand that you want to pursue art? Best of my belief, you have a considerable experience in graffiti. I started with graffiti when I was about 12 years old, I understood quickly that I had an extreme need to express myself and almost became obsessed with
Please tell us about yourself and your background just a bit. Besides, what made you become an artist? I was born in Hull in the North of England. Straight after school, I worked on a Caravan site for a few years along with a few odd jobs in local supermarkets etc. The thoughts of becoming
Rod Barton is pleased to announce the group show of new paintings “Friends of Marvin Gardens” featuring the works of Melissa Brown, Meg Franklin, Alicia Gibson, Susumu Kamijo, Anthony Miler, Adrianne Rubenstein and Jennifer Sullivan. The show acts as a microcosm of the activity of painters within a vibrant and transactional collaborative environment that avoids
Luce Gallery presents Astonishing Alterations for the Anterograde Amnesic the second solo show by Peter Mohall at the gallery. The Brushstrokes painting series where the compositions are made through a plurality of identically molded brushstrokes is an examination of the aesthetic consequences of repetition. Recently, the series has evolved into included not only multiplied identical brushstrokes