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TOM BURCKHARDT

In honor of this week’s Art Book Fair at MOMA PS1, I thought I’d direct your attention to an artist who has done paintings on discarded book covers. A whole series, in fact. His name is Tom Burckhardt and my favorite of his is titled The Church at Home (see below). The painting transforms an old book...

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GARY PETERSEN

Gary Petersen is originally from Staten Island, has a studio now in Bushwick, and lives full-time in Hoboken, NJ. Yet the artist’s statement on his homepage states an interest in forging a “California/pop sensibility.” He’s done it. A few new works recently showed at the Madelyn Jordan Fine Art Gallery‘s “Survey of Brooklyn Art” in Scarsdale,...

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ANOKA FARUQEE

There is a design element to Anoka Faruqee‘s work that makes it easy to mistake for machine-generated art. Not that it matters. (They’re actually handmade.) Her last show in San Francisco saw the artist dub her work “moire” (after the effect created when two or more offset patterns are overlaid). She splits her time between...

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BRIAN WOOD

There are two contemporary artists named Brian Wood (maybe more), whose work could not be more different. And while this blog regularly covers comic book illustrators, the Brian Wood of interest here is the abstract painter, currently living and working in NYC. He is originally from Saskatchewan and claims his childhood amidst the harsh weather of...

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DARINA KARPOV

The Russian-born, Brooklyn-based Darina Karpov is another artist who exhibits at Pierogi Gallery in Williamsburg. It’s a good fit, as her paintings and drawings on paper are just the kind of dense, process-driven psychedelia that Pierogi is known for. (Her show ends today.) Karpov blends the figurative and the abstract into fantasy-like dreamscapes. Her muted tones...

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