Nicholas Mangan

Nicholas Mangan, Ancient Lights, 2015. Production still. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and Artspace, Sydney. Courtesy the artist; LABOR, Mexico city; Sutton Gallery, Melbourne; and Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland. 3 July–30 August 2015 Chisenhale Gallery 64 Chisenhale Road London E3 5QZ www.chisenhale.org.uk Share Chisenhale Gallery presents a major new film installation by Melbourne-based artist Nicholas Mangan ...

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VIDEO : Peek into Bergdorf Goodman’s Holiday Windows

We're posting this video as a sneak peek into our upcoming blog post on Bergdorf Goodman's always-anticipated holiday windows, which this year offer a lavish tribute to the various forms of visual and performing arts. In case you're wondering, we used the Apple iMovie App's Blockbuster Filter to stylize and add music to this clip, a process which took less than five minutes from ... Continue reading ›

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Kara Walker : An Instagram Homage

Just sharing this Instagram photo I snapped en route to the Metropolitan Museum earlier this morning. As I walked up Fifth Avenue, I got to Grand Army Plaza and found myself admiring the Pulitzer Fountain backlit against the gleaming Plaza Hotel. The noontime sunlight had created a stark silhouette of the sculpture of Pomona, the Roman goddess of abundance, created by ... Continue reading ›

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Featured Artist: Johan Potma // Berlin

We're incredibly proud to count Berlin based artist Johan Potma as a BAP member. Johan's been featured as a BAP Artist of the Month and has had his work covered by Communication Arts. He's truly a gifted artist with a talent for creating creatures and scenes that you wish were real. Check out all of his ... Continue reading ›

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Contemporary/Modern: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Contemporary/Modern: Selections from the Permanent Collection brings together a selection of significant paintings and sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art's permanent collection that highlights the persistent influence of modernism. While recent works inventively reference and reinterpret the past—including both popular and obscure forms of painting, architecture, and design—earlier works, representing notable movements in abstract ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: Molly Crabapple, New York, NY

1. What inspires you these days? Caffeine. Naked girl parties, silly rich people, big canvases, pretty shoes that hurt. 2. Who are your heroes? Christopher Hitchens, Joan Sfar and Fatima Mernissi rock my socks. 3. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Sitting in my loft when the sun is shining just right drinking epic strong coffee and reading comics. 4. What ... Continue reading ›

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Artist Interview: 10 with Pieter Borst

Netherlands based artist and BAP member Pieter Borst creates surreal worlds of goodzillas and bad smurfs. Explore his work and get to know him a little better below. 1. What inspires you these days? The relationship between people, their emotions and their place in this crazy society. How we can act as a group and as individuals. Visually: ... Continue reading ›

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Nicholas Mangan

Nicholas Mangan, Ancient Lights, 2015. Production still. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and Artspace, Sydney. Courtesy the artist; LABOR, Mexico city; Sutton Gallery, Melbourne; and Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland. 3 July–30 August 2015 Chisenhale Gallery 64 Chisenhale Road London E3 5QZ www.chisenhale.org.uk Share Chisenhale Gallery presents a major new film installation by Melbourne-based ... Continue reading ›