Photos by G. Various Artists.
The C24 Gallery in New York has an interesting summer group show (yes, I realize those two phrases are mutually exclusive) at the moment called “Yell-o.” It features 4 artists and here’s a bit about each one. Nick Gentry from the UK (see above and below for a close up) uses old hard disks as a canvas.
Nick Gentry (close up)
American artist Adele Mills creates multi-dimensional artworks by combining slightly different photographs of the same object or two entirely different illusions, resulting in changing, seemingly moving image. She achieves this visual effect by creating a layered visual – a digitally printed photograph based on paper or linen, merged with painted acrylics on layers of transparent silk.
Ekaterina Panikanova from Russia paints across large spreads of old books and other documents mounted on wood.
Ekaterina Panikanova (close up)
Last but not least,
J Mikal Davis
American artist J. Mikal Davis, who is also known as Hellbent in the world of street art, paints geometric patterns that give his works a very cool 3-D effect.
If any of these works appeal to you, there are plenty more at the C24 Gallery, which is located at 514 West 24th Street in Manhattan. “Yell-o” is on display through August 23, 2014.
Photos by G. Art by Katja Loher.
If you like combining art and video installations, you should definitely head over to the C24 Gallery in New York to see “Bang Bang” by Katja Loher. You cannot see from any of these photos that the colorful images you are seeing are being projected and are in constant motion.
There are works of art in every size and shape, all cooler than the piece you saw before it.
Note: everything is moving in the actual art, so go see “Bang Bang”!
“Bang Bang” is showing until June 21, 2014 at C24 Gallery (located at 514 West 24th Street) in Manhattan.
Photos by G. Art by Robert Montgomery.
Head over to C24 Gallery in Chelsea to check out the first New York solo exhibition by British artist Robert Montgomery. The works are text based installations and they generally shown in public. This collection of his works vary from billboards to light works and his phrases are designed to make you change the way you think, or at the very least, examine new possibilities.
On a weekend gallery walk, I unexpectedly got to see the artist talking about his work, and if you know me (and my incredible sense of timing), you already know what happened next.
Robert Montgomery’s solo exhibition runs through October 19, 2013 at C24 Gallery (located at 514 West 24th Street). Find out more by clicking here.
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