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Katherine Richmond, "Ludivine".


CORNERED: KATHERINE RICHMOND

by Brian Goslow Katherine Richmond is an adventurer and international award-winning fine art photographer based in Gloucester, Mass. Her work reflects her passions; land and seascapes, wildlife, documentary, portrait and abstracts. Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow exchanged questions with her via email in advance of the “Expeditions: From Iceland to the Gobi Desert” exhibition that […]


Lisa Lebofsky, "Melting Iceberg 4", oil on aluminum, 25” x 40”.


CORNERED: LISA LEBOFSKY

by Brian Goslow Lisa Lebofsky is a painter from New York who is currently in the midst of an 18 to 24-month long mission of residency hopping across The United States and Canada. Her paintings explore the emotional and physical human relationship with nature. Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow exchanged questions with her via email […]


Maggie Stark, "Boomerang".


WORDS BITE AT HALLSPACE GALLERY

by Lisa Mikulski As a writer, I love the power of words but I will freely admit, there are times when the words we write, read and speak can seem like a minefield of misinterpretation or a source for derision. This has never been truer than in today’s social and political climate. “Words Bite,” now showing at Hallspace Gallery, […]


Ann Morgan Spalter, "World of Water", still from video.


INVIGORATING THE SENSES: ON AND ON AT WHEATON

UNIVERSITY SPOTLIGHT ON & ON: ARTS WITHOUT END & COLOR-ISM BEARD & WEIL GALLERIES WHEATON COLLEGE 26 EAST MAIN STREET NORTON, MASSACHUSETTS JANUARY 24 THROUGH FEBRUARY 23 by Suzanne Volmer The professional hats worn by Elizabeth Keithline include artist, public art consultant, critic, writer and teacher. This past autumn, she was appointed as interim director […]


Ethan Hayes-Chute, from the series "Beacons", 2015, Digital C-Print.


LIVING DELIBERATELY IN MAINE: CELEBRATING THE IDEA OF THOREAU

FEATURED MUSEUM MAINE MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS USM GLICKMAN FAMILY LIBRARY 314 FOREST AVENUE PORTLAND, MAINE THROUGH JANUARY 27 by Taryn Plumb At first, it appears to be a touching image of mourning: A man lies on his belly in a pastoral cemetery, leaning in so close to a gravestone that his head nearly grazes […]


Mary Terrizzi, "Electromagnetic Waves", archival pigment print.


ALL IN THE FAMILY: CONNECTICUT’S TERRIZZI-BRICHERS

ARTISTS PROFILE THE TERRIZZI-BRICHER FAMILY by Kristin Nord Not too long ago, the South Kent household of Terrizzi-Bricher served up a sumptuous mix of color, texture, warmth and light, at a time of year when the Connecticut woodlands are a sea of greys, sepias and ochres. Matisse would have happily sunk into the deep pink […]


Installation view of Anna Kunz: Venus exhibition (Image courtesy PC-G; photograph by Scott Alario).


WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS?: ANNA KUNZ AT PC GALLERIES

REVIEW ANNA KUNZ: VENUS REILLY GALLERY SMITH CENTER FOR THE ARTS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 63 EATON STREET PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND THROUGH FEBRUARY 24 by Suzanne Volmer Known for its theater, Chicago has a cadre of contemporary visual artists garnering national and international attention due to their performative edge. New England audiences can explore a ripple of […]


Ryan Wallace, "Slo Crostic", at the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art.


JAN/FEB 2018 CAPSULE PREVIEWS

by Brian Goslow “Off the Wall,” on view from January 18 through February 23 at The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, 522 Congress St., Portland, Maine, pays trib-ute to German-born American sculptor Eva Hesse’s ground-breaking work and its influ-ence on contemporary artists through the recent paint-ings and sculpture of Rosy Keyser […]


Maria Berrio, "Syzygy", 2017, collage with Japanese paper, watercolor, and charcoal on canvas, 96” x 140” (Courtesy of the artist and Praxis Gallery, New York and Buenos Aires).


MAKING CONNECTIONS: WITH DONNA DODSON

by Donna Dodson According to the Biennial Foundation, Prospect New Orleans is one of only 20 biennials/triennials in the United States out of approximately 200 internationally. The current edition, Prospect.4, is curated by Trevor Schoonmaker, who is also the curator of contemporary art at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art. Looking at New Orleans as […]


Doug Powell, "Liberty", 2017, upcycled computer keys, 76” x 100”, at Spectrum Miami.


IT DOESN’T HURT TO ASK: MIAMI 2017 SATELLITE FAIRS

EVENT MIAMI ART WEEK ART MIAMI ARTMIAMI.COM CONTEXT ART MIAMI CONTEXTARTMIAMI. COM RED DOT MIAMI REDDOTMIAMI.COM SCOPE ART SHOW SCOPE-ART.COM SPECTRUM MIAMI ART SHOW SPECTRUM-MIAMI. COM UNTITLED ART FAIR UNTITLEDARTFAIRS. COM by Nancy Nesvet Taking advantage of the huge crowds of art collectors in Miami and Miami Beach for Art Basel Miami 2017, the artwork […]