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ATI MAIER

Ati Maier is one of the favorite artists of this website as seen by glowing reviews here and here. Her work skirts the line between the liberal (bourgeois) arts and the conspiracy-filled world of subculture by virtue of its mix of action-painting technique and an openness to the mysteries which lie beyond the purview of...

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ART EPHEMERA TV: Orange Crate Art (Interview)

Orange Crate Art (née Tobias Bernsand) has been the soundtrack composer for our two latest episodes of Art Ephemera TV (#3 and 4, seen here and here). His music has not only become a central component of this short documentary series but is now a source of fascination for many of the followers of this site....

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JEN HITCHINGS

The din of partisan rhetoric being what it is these days, the one thing everyone seems to be able to agree on is that the system works for a privileged few, to the exclusion of everyone else. Whether a new exhibition by artist Jen Hitchings, titled “Cry Me a River” (at the MEN Gallery in Chinatown), deals...

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ART EPHEMERA TV: EPISODE 4

Episode 4 of “Art Ephemera TV,” this website’s short documentary series on Vimeo and YouTube, is now complete! It chronicles the New Zealand-born artist Susan Te Kahurangi King who lost her speech between the age of four and eight and has spent the last 50+ years creating a compendium of observations, feelings, and imaginary worlds through...

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ART EPHEMERA TV: EPISODE 3

Apologies to our loyal followers for not posting the below video prior. It is Episode 3 of “Art Ephemera TV” and has been available online for over a year now. Ooops! The video is a seven-minute documentary about the life, art, and process of Matt Marello, a mainstay of this website’s coverage. Check it out and let...

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JOSEP BAQUÉ

While even the most rigid art critic would have to concede the role of the beholder in matters of taste, rarely has a body of work addressed this concept so directly as that of Josep Baqué’s oeuvre. Comprised of 1,500 numbered illustrations of imaginary creatures, the Catalonian artist (1895-1967) assembled them in a bound bestiary sometime before...

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