Mike Dargas Workshop

A practical tuition session covering the steps to produce and execute a hyperrealism painting, including a LIVE pouring of honey on a fashion model and photoshoot by Mike Dargas!

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MIKE DARGAS, TRANSFORMATION on Yatzer

His latest series, “Transformation”, showcased at the C24 Gallery in New York until February 25th, explores the process of change through “people’s search for identity and personal conflicts” by attempting to visualize the struggles, hopes and fears of personal transformation.

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Carole Feuerman interviewed on Curator

With a prolific career spanning four decades, Carole A. Feuerman is considered one of the world’s most prominent hyperrealist sculptors.  She sculpts and paints miniature, life-size, monumental and public works in bronze, resin and marble. 

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Dil Hildebrand at BONAVISTA BIENNALE 2017

Curators Catherine Beaudette and Patricia Grattan bring together works by 25 leading Newfoundland and other Canadian artists for Canada’s 150th anniversary with art by both newer and established artists including Dil Hildebrand.

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Regina Scully at NOMA

Exhibition to feature Regina Scully paintings and Japanese art from NOMA

Now slated for April 2017, the exhibition will mix contemporary works by Scully and a selection of Japanese paintings dating from the 17th century through the 19th century.

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KATJA LOHER ON SPOILED NYC

VUELA VUELA” is the second solo exhibition by Swiss artist Katja Loher. The exhibit is an all-immersive installation experience that explores the four elements of nature.

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C24 Gallery Mentioned in The Art Newspaper

The number of galleries participating in last month’s Contemporary Istanbul fair dropped from 94 in 2015 to 70, while the percentage of foreign galleries fell by 19% compared with 2015. 

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KATJA LOHER IN FORBES

As Art Basel, the world’s premiere art fair, kicks off this week in Miami, the tropical air is ripe for a tour of tantalizing installations that showcase the extraordinary public art trend at luxurious condos and hotels.

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VUELA VUELA featured on Blouin ArtInfo

Artist Katja Loher’s exhibition “Vuela Vuela” at C24 Gallery, New York is an all-immersive installation experience that explores the four elements of nature by relating each one to creatures infused with mind and spirit. 

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WALLPAPER MAGAZINE MENTIONS KATJA LOHER

From the Markus Linnenbrink gigantic city facade to the video installations of Katja Loher, the mysterious sculpture of Bernardí Roig and the fantastic Ray Smith canvases in the residential lobby, we have filled the project with world-class museum art,' says The Related Group’s Carlos Rosso.
 

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THE CREATORS PROJECT DISCUSSES VUELA VUELA

Loher’s works are playful as they reverberate with a blissful back-noise. The exhibit VUELA VUELA, takes its name from a song sung by the Peruvian Ashanika healers; in its message, it speaks of a link between Earth and the universe.

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