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Ben Wolf Noam - Bushwick

Ben Wolf Noam – Bushwick

Ben Wolf Noam, is an artist who splits his time between studios in New York and LA. Overwrought with ivy, the facade of Ben’s Bushwick studio building is reminiscent of a decrepant New England Mansion . Perhaps it was a nod to his Massachusetts upbringing or maybe it was just the right space for the...
Bushwick Open Studios 2013

Bushwick Open Studios 2013

Bushwick Open Studios is this weekend May 31 – June 2 and there’s an overwhelming number (599!) of group shows, open studios, and performances in the East Williamsburg/Bushwick area. Here are some of our top picks by the next big artists you don’t want to miss. • Parallel Art Space presents: What I Like About...
Trudy Benson - Navy Yard

Trudy Benson – Navy Yard

Walking into Trudy Benson‘s studio, I was struck by the tactile quality in her paintings and how the surface of the paint played a crucial role in reading and understanding her work. I immediately associated with the digital ‘space’ to her paintings which act almost like computer screens. The conflict between the flatness of the...
Christopher K. Ho - Y Gallery

Christopher K. Ho – Y Gallery

Christopher K. Ho is a New York based artist. We visited him while he was finishing installing his current show “Demoiselles d’Avignon” at Y Gallery. Utilizing 3D printed ceramics, antique glass and Color-aid paper, Chris creates art objects that vacillate between utilitarian coffee table-like sculpture and constructed painting. Following the path of his last show...
Bradford Kessler - Bushwick

Bradford Kessler – Bushwick

We met with Bradford Kessler at his live/work space located in Bushwick, New York. His work, comprised of pieces from installations and performances, were organized to one side of the loft. During our conversation, we gathered around his computer screen to view his extensive body of work. Bradford Kessler is currently in his second year...
#ffffff Walls @ The Armory Show

#ffffff Walls @ The Armory Show

Last week the Armory Show went up on Pier 94 and 92. We checked it out and here are some of the works that caught our eye. If you happened to have missed the fair you can check out Artsy.net/thearmoryshow Tom Duncan @ Andrew Edlin Gallery Tom Duncan from ffffffwalls on Vimeo. Jim Campbell @...
Sarah Sieradzki - East Williamsburg

Sarah Sieradzki – East Williamsburg

Sarah Sieradzki is a native New Yorker who received her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Photography. She is currently living and working in East Williamsburg and delving into the world of painting using photography as her tool. Her studio visit took place in an immaculate basement space shared with...
Studio Visit Etiquette

Studio Visit Etiquette

Paper Monument’s I Like Your Work: Art and Etiquette talks about the do’s and don’ts of the art world through personal accounts and excerpts. It’s an interesting read but the general consensus of those who provided an account, is that there is no social norm for the art world. There is no set guide for...
James Payne - Williamsburg

James Payne – Williamsburg

James Payne is a sculptor with a particular interest in light, space, and texture. We’ve visited his studio several times before while James was working, but for this visit, he cleared out his in progress concrete molds and set up his space to showcase his more completed works. The only sources of light in his...
Michael Aitken - Williamsburg

Michael Aitken – Williamsburg

Michael Aitken is a painter currently living in Queens and working in Brooklyn. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design for Painting in 2010. His studio building is a block from the East River where the skyline of Manhattan runs undisrupted. Located in the basement, Mike’s “cave-like” studio is dark and secluded, a...
Happy New Year from #ffffff walls

Happy New Year from #ffffff walls

As 2012 is about to end, we would like to thank you for your readership, support and for an amazing first year. We started this blog as a way to showcase a community of working artists and along the way, we were able to meet some truly talented people. For 2013, we are excited to...