You're currently not signed in.  

Join now free Sign in  
search canakkale vergi mevzuati bagimsiz denetim Mevzuat Kanunlar web security engelliler bilisim teknoloji sgk bagimsiz denetim bagimsiz denetim sorgulama internet security mevzuat vergi ve sgk mevzuati

Editorial Archive


Filter by features, profiles, reviews, recommendations, previews, reports, audio, video, news or everything.





“Excerpts from the Natural World”
Three Bay Area artists reference natural forms and materials as the stimulus and subject of their work. More...


Lena Moross
Working with watercolors Lena Moross has spent years paintings the transgender Carmine Messina. It is a study in empathy and a celebration of the joyous assertion of self identity against the odds. More...


Michael Brophy
Michael Brophy's acclaim as a painter of the habitat of the Pacific Northwest receives a fresh boost in these pictorial vistas of manmade devastation. It is a dark vision presented with smoldering intensity, and it moves us. More...


Ballad of a Free Man
Krems, Austria is not your normal tourist destination. James Yood heads there this summer for an artist residency program, which is about more than just his own creative work but also the serendipity of interacting with generally like minded creative strangers. More...


“Text”
“Text” is an off-the-grid group exhibition exploring the ways we use the written, printed, spoken, sung and texted word. More...


“Subduction”
Harold Mendez, Sharon Koelblinger and Ronny Queued were select for "Subduction" to highlight the labor involved in material transformation. Think the countless unseen transformations associated with the movement of the earth's tectonic plates. More...


On Globalization
Globalization was not long ago considered both necessary and desirable, but it has come under attack this political season. The art world offers both a model and metaphor for the significance of globalization as more than merely a force for economic or political progress. More...


Peter Combe
The patriotic title notwithstanding, Peter Combe’s "Stars and Stripes" is less about Independence Day than the mysteries of appearance and representation. More...


Nina Tichava
The dazzling motion achieved in the mixed media works of Nina Tichava is produced by working layers of pigment, paper and resin to build compositions full of intersecting stripes and polka dots. More...


ArtScene Visual Radio presents
<object classid='clsid:02bf25d5-8c17-4b23-bc80-d3488abddc6b' codebase='http://www.apple.com/qtactivex/qtplugin.cab#version=7,3,0,0' width='300' height='30'> <param name='qtsrc' value='http://www.artscenevisualradio.com/podcastfiles/AVR/AVR0716.mp3' /> <param name='src' value='http://www.artscenevisualradio.com/podcastfiles/AVR/AVR0716.mp3' /> <param name='bgcolor' value='#ffffff' /> <embed type='video/quicktime' width='243' height='19' src='http://www.artscenevisualradio.com/podcastfiles/AVR/AVR0716.mp3'> </embed></object> More...


Amy Sherald
Know for her portraits of African-American subjects, Amy Sherald brings down the emotional temperature and emphasizes the larger context from which she sees each individual. More...


Cindy Sherman
The numerous personas of Cindy Sherman have formed one of the most provocative and relevant bodies of work by a single artist over the last four decades. More...


El Mac
Well known for his murals, El Mac excels in the ultra-close-up depiction of ordinary people in a distinctive style of contoured lines. This show casts light on a number of influences, as acknowledged explicitly in the works' titles. More...

© 2016 Visual Art Source. All Rights Reserved.