Meet Blair Clarke, the force behind Voltz Clarke Gallery. While she’s been a New Yorker for nearly two decades – even staying in the city through the lockdown – she remains a true Southerner at heart. As we await the return of in-person interactions (read: hugs), Blair found a few ways to embrace the change, including a new gallery space in the LES. Read on for their upcoming shows, plus a few of Blair’s faves, from face masks to reading material.
Travel and landscapes inspire artist Heather Chontos as she transforms the view of European mountain ranges into abstract forms on the surface of her canvases, focusing her Abstract Expressionist work on penetrative marks and saturated fields of color.
How can photographers capture human connection in the age of coronavirus?
Amid a global pandemic that is forcing vast swathes of society to stay at home, photographers around the world consider what this means for visual storytelling.
Mari Quiñonero is part of AD March in its special edition Best of Spain:
In its March issue, the decoration and lifestyle magazine Condé Nast pays tribute to Spanish talent, which brings together the most outstanding names on the national scene.
“Math, science, and the mysteries of the cosmos all feature into the mesmerizing work of this emerging New York artist”
Abstract artist Field Kallop is primarily interested in complexity—specifically, how natural forces such as the planets, seasons, and cosmos impact and augment our daily lives. At her studio on Second Street, in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, Kallop reveals a group of paintings that will be presented later this year at her solo show with the Voltz Clarke Gallery at the Marfa Invitational.