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Collage Art

Exploring Concealment and Display Through Counter-Camouflage and Corporeal Collage

Annabel Osberg | Posted 07.23.2014 | Arts
Annabel Osberg

Though their focus and techniques differ, both artists, Mike Parillo and Ashkan Honarvar, explore notions of concealment and display in pictures that straddle balefulness and beauty.

My Interview With Artist Young Sam Kim

Hayley Rose Horzepa | Posted 06.19.2012 | Arts
Hayley Rose Horzepa

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Envelopes With Attitude: Let's Get Crafty

Posted 01.17.2012 | Arts

To start off the new year with a curatorial bang, Known Gallery has enlisted the help of artist Sage Vaughn to bring a refreshing flavor to Known's wh...

Specters And Familiar Faces In Eddie Martinez's Studio

Posted 01.08.2012 | Arts

Beautiful/Decay: Eddie Martinez invited Beautiful/Decay over to his sunny Brooklyn studio to check out his new body of work. The next day the show w...

PHOTOS: Got Zoots?

Posted 12.28.2011 | Denver

It's not too often one gets the opportunity to attend an opening art reception where that artist is deejaying. Then again, what is commonplace about a...

Behind the Scenes With Tony Fitzpatrick

Elysabeth Alfano | Posted 08.21.2011 | Chicago
Elysabeth Alfano

It's hard to think of a truer Chicago character than Tony Fitzpatrick. He has been a figure in the art scene for decades: an renowned collage artist, a poet and author, a former radio host, an actor and a playwright.

Kaleidoscopic Porno Art

animalnewyork.com | Posted 05.27.2011 | Arts

Rebecca Cooper's pornography collage art ranges in size from dirty little snowflakes of mirrored xxx mouthfuls to grand, kaleidoscopic, mutated orgies...

Studio Visit: Michael Anderson's Wild Collages On Beautiful/Decay

Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts

(From: Beautiful/Decay) One of the highlights for me during the last couple months was hearing Michael Anderson shut down a pessimistic discussion ...

A Collage of Artists: Presenting the Lou Beaches

Lisa Adams | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Lisa Adams

There is definitely an argument for working in close proximity to other artists -- that's why they invented art colonies. The Lou Beaches demonstrate that the family that glues together sticks together.