Francoise Nielly studio

Did you like Francoise Nielly’s paintings? Do you want to buy a portrait painting using this painter? I have no idea if Francoise take on commission job? But in the case she do, i bet the charge are going to be super expensive since most of her artworks are selling $10,000 to $30,000. Therefore, generally, […]

S, M, L, XL, New York

Nelaart Art walk NELAART 2010 Art Walk Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rem Koolhaas, Bruce Mau, S, M, L, XL, New York: The Monacelli Press, 1995, 1344 pp., ill. b. & w. & col. S, M, L, XL is an anthology of the polemical work of Rem Koolhaas and his Rotterdam-based Office for Metropolitan Architecture that […]

Barbara Cole’s exhibition

At first glance, Barbara Cole’s exhibition, “Bolster,” seems to be about sex. Pinned to the wall opposite the door of the gallery is Stretched Klein (1996), a black Calvin Klein g-string stretched as far as it will go. On the facing wall hangs Package (1996), a black bicycle tool bag looking suggestively like the “basket” […]

The War of Desire and Technology

Allucquere Rosanne Stone, The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical Age, Cambridge, MA, London: MIT Press, 1995, 212 pp. Nelaart event Saturday October 14 one day exhibition Allucquere Rosanne Stone has produced a book which grasps, through a remarkable application of intellectual insight and seductive storytelling, virtual systems that influence […]

Here is a Quick Way to Commission a Painting Online

So, you are interested to create some impressive artworks? There is a long list of ideas for paintings, it might be depicting a story about any memorable moment of your life, a portrait of your pet, a funny image of your kid doing some crazy activities, family portrait commission or an imagination deep inside your heart. […]

J Roybal’s exhibition

Not too many people know the artist J Roybal, but her artworks are selling everywhere on ebay, amazon, etsy, and many online art galleries and art sites. J Roybal’s exhibition of recent oil paintings depicts a quartet of children who are playing various instruments. Save for a small painting in Klein blue at one end […]

William Cooley exhibition

From an environmental perspective, the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident was unprecedented in human history. An estimated 8,000 people died in the explosion’s immediate aftermath, and soil and ground water within a thirty kilometer radius of the city were severely contaminated with radioactive particles, some of which will not decay for millions of years. In August […]

The idea and nature of cultural exchange

Jamelie Hassan’s deceptively simple-looking Even Onto China questions the idea and nature of cultural exchange as well as the idea of the replica-memento and its meaning for the museum visitor. Comprised of a display stand topped by a Plexiglass case divided in two, one side of the case was filled with specially packaged hairpins which […]

Brute cultural force

Is it any wonder that this sort of brute cultural force has sprung up in the guise of cloned museums? From Germany to Canada to Spain, similar museum collections and exhibition programs have proliferated. In Spain, we too, like “the West,” are dissatisfied with these museums, but for a different reason: the museums contain only […]

Deleuze’s terminology

Deleuze’s terminology graphically evokes the way in which elements from the past may disrupt the present signified in an image. A recollection image is an image that exists on the plane of the present but has the power to evoke a plane of the past. If an event is represented as a smooth, consistent plane […]