November 6, 2014
Geoff McFetridge recently created an animation for Patagonia to promote awareness of the brand’s humane process of obtaining goose down. Enjoy this adorable video and the full article over at Esquire.
November 6, 2014
Stephen Powers recently gave a talk on his exciting transition from a young graffiti writer to established artist, and the trials and successes of the popular Love Letter series. The talk is one of a series of lectures put on by Creative Mornings, held at MoMa.
November 1, 2014
"I look at my source image, say the Starbucks logo, and I free-associate based on the shapes it contains...Once I have an idea in mind, say a Greek vase for the body of the Starbucks siren, I do various image searches, looking for something that will best fit the contours of my image." Cool Hunting caught up with Alfred Steiner this week to talk about the processes behind each piece exhibited in Likelihood of Confusion. Please enjoy this wonderful feature of the show.
October 30, 2014
Goldfish fanatic Riusuke Fukahori has a new interview up on Artnet News this week for the news site's Artnet Asks series. From the interview: "To me, goldfish and people are very similar beings. The goldfish that I draw are not really goldfish, but representations of people. People are just goldfish living in the fish tank called Earth."
October 17, 2014
The opening receptions for Tiffany Bozic's Qualia and Alfred Steiner's Likelihood of Confusion brought an excited crowd to view our October offering. Admirers of Tiffany's beautiful work were eager to see the artist's latest, gorgeous creations. Qualia is Bozic's third solo exhibition with the gallery and quite possibly her best work to date. The artist was missed at the reception, due to it coinciding with an important expedition to Namibia!
Our guests were equally excited to join us in celebrating the opening of Likelihood of Confusion, Alfred Steiner's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Steiner's latest body of work certainly reflects his incredible wit and eye for detail. Thank you to everyone who joined us on the evening, please enjoy these opening photos. | Photos »
October 11, 2014
Published on the final day of Invisible Ruler, this interview from The World's Best Ever was the perfect ending to such a wonderful exhibition. Enjoy!
September 24, 2014
"Choosing his words carefully, and often humorously, the once dull landscapes are transformed into surreal and strange images that take on a new life of their own." Thank you Jennifer Deppe Parker for this wonderful review of Invisible Ruler! Enjoy the full article over at Sixty Hotels' Art+Design Blog.
September 18, 2014
Last Wednesday, Joshua Liner Gallery hosted a special screening of Neil Berkeley's Beauty is Embarrassing at SVA Theatre, in celebration of Invisible Ruler. A Q&A with artist Wayne White, designer Todd Oldham and curator and arts writer Miriam Katz followed. If you couldn't make it on the night, you can now enjoy the Q&A online. Special thanks to Wayne White, Todd Oldham, Miriam Katz and SVA Theatre for making this wonderful event possible!