Gabi Trinkaus - Paradise with a Limp, 2014Collage, printed matter and drawing on Toile, paper
Did you know Kanye West used to have an art blog? He doesn’t update it anymore, but when he did, Gabi Trinkaus was one of the artists he posted about. Trinkaus has an exhibition of new work opening on May 1st called “Paradise with a Limp.”Check out the article on Kanye West’s old blog here: http://bit.ly/Pc9iXX

Gabi Trinkaus - Paradise with a Limp, 2014
Collage, printed matter and drawing on Toile, paper

Did you know Kanye West used to have an art blog? He doesn’t update it anymore, but when he did, Gabi Trinkaus was one of the artists he posted about. Trinkaus has an exhibition of new work opening on May 1st called “Paradise with a Limp.”

Check out the article on Kanye West’s old blog here: http://bit.ly/Pc9iXX

Andrew Erdos has been working on a new direction for his glass sculptures.  He sent us these shots from his studio showing some of his works in progress.

Also, his sculpture “Ghost Under Infinite Darkness” is on the cover of the new issue of New Glass Review.  The journal also includes an interview with the Artist.

Judith Schaechter sent us images of this work in progress from her studio.  She explains that “in order to make a red figure, one must engrave blue glass.”  The Artist begins with a preparatory drawing (seen at the bottom), then engraves the drawing directly onto the blue glass.

Schaechter will have a new exhibition at the gallery in September. Stay tuned for more updates from her!

Last week, Diggs & Hillel were at the New York Photo Show signing copies of their recently published “125th: Time in Harlem.”  The show featured some of the most preeminent dealers specializing in photography ranging from daguerreotypes to digital images.

Last week, Diggs & Hillel were at the New York Photo Show signing copies of their recently published “125th: Time in Harlem.”  The show featured some of the most preeminent dealers specializing in photography ranging from daguerreotypes to digital images.

Gabi Trinkaus - Live, Survive, Protect, 2012
collage, printed matter on canvas

Our upcoming exhibition features a whole new direction by Austrian artist Gabi Trinkaus.  Taking thousands of clippings from high-gloss magazines, advertisements, and flyers, Trinkaus composes an incredibly detailed world that is reminiscent of architectural sketches and renderings.

#NorbertBrunner sent us some really great details of the installation at the new #Guerlain store on the #ChampsElysees. Brunner uses #swarovski crystals and LED lights to make #art works in which the viewer’s reflection becomes part of the performance.

#NorbertBrunner sent us some really great details of the installation at the new #Guerlain store on the #ChampsElysees. Brunner uses #swarovski crystals and LED lights to make #art works in which the viewer’s reflection becomes part of the performance.

Lisa Alonzo | “Brick Wall Interview” series

We interviewed Lisa Alonzo about her current exhibition, “Vanilla Scented Sovereignty.” Find out how she makes these realist paintings and why she paints guns and tanks.