October 19, 2016 - Catalog Essay by Arty Nelson
Surveying Dau’s work, it’s evident the artist places a high value on the handmade. That said, getting there Dau employs an exhaustive process using techniques from both the old world and the new; his formally rigorous compositions are vetted in depth both by hand and on the computer.
October 11, 2016 - Fiona Mcgowan | Manor
Mick Jagger is staring straight at you. Now I’ve got your attention, I’ll begin. In the 1970s, Carinthia West was a model and an actress. Having been spotted by an agent in Carnaby Street, she was thrust into a world of she was thrustinto a world of rock stars and actors. Her life became an endless whirl of travel and parties, hanging out with stupendously successful stars, but she never fully immersed herself into it.
September 1, 2016 - Arty Nelson | [Image: Rob Hofmann]
Starting in the 90’s, Bernie Taupin, already responsible for generating a massive and an extremely potent body of song lyrics over four or five decades, began pouring his creative energies into amassing a body of visual work. Drawing upon a voracious appetite for looking at art and studying art history, Taupin began working, predominately painted abstraction, the earlier works owing heavily to the post-WWII American canon with an emphasis on Ab Ex peppered with bits of Color Field and Pop (from that, a group of canvases resembling “dripped grids” stand out as particularly compelling and original). Elements of words, often drawn from popular culture, media blitz and current events would sometimes appear, effectively punctuating the abstractions. Another quite resonant aspect of Taupin’s work is the connection to “The American” and/or “Americana.” As the artist himself has commented, I’ve been referred to as a British-born American Artist and that’s fine by me.
August 23, 2016 - Vogue France
Ces sculptures hyperréalistes de Carole Feuerman bluffent le tout Saint-Tropez.
De passage dans la ville mythique de la Côte d’Azur ? Rendez-vous est donné au cœur de l’Hôtel de Paris où l’artiste new-yorkaise Carole Feuerman expose ses célèbres sculptures de baigneurs à l'apparence quasi-humaine. Saisissant.
August 4, 2016 - Lisa Derrick - Huffington Post
Carole Feuerman sculpts triumphant hyper-realist figures of women celebrating their physicality as they move through space, timeless and iconic. Her newest works, as well as her classic pieces, in a show entitled “Perceptions,” are on exhibition at KM Fine Arts through September 10th.
July 19, 2016 - Megan Meahan
New York artist Carole Feuerman is famous for her hyperrealist sculptures and is credited as a pioneer of the movement. Born in Connecticut and raised in Brooklyn, Carole yearned to be an artist from an early age and took art lessons at age eleven. She eventually had the opportunity to show her work and, from there, it gained popularity and won awards. Carole’s #Art explores classicism while also presenting common themes that occur in people’s everyday lives. The sculptures tell powerful stories of the experiences that the artist has encountered in her life and the universality of those experiences. Recently, Carole spoke about her experiences as an artist.
June 22, 2016 - Blouin Artinfo | Scott Indrisek
On the other side of the Greek food importer’s headquarters, a similarly long wall has been adorned by Victor Matthews. The two artists have been friends since the ’80s; they’re co-godfathers of Francesco Clemente’s daughter, a responsibility they assumed from Haring following his death in 1990. Matthews’s mural took nearly a month to complete, since, unlike Scharf, he favors traditional brushwork. In the midst of working on it, he was also juggling a solo show of new paintings, on view through July 9 at KM Fine Arts, the gallery instrumental in facilitating the Krinos project.
May 6, 2016 - Vanity Fair Magazine - Audrey Noble
When Sonia Kashuk came across the artwork of Dana Louise Kirkpatrick at Art Basel last year, she came up with an idea for a collection that all of us women are excited to stand behind.
March 18, 2016 - Fashion Week - May Chan
If you’ve browsed through the beauty aisles at Target, you will know that Sonia Kashuk is synonymous with the retail giant.
Sonia’s Kashuk’s newest #KOBeauty campaign, however, has drawn support from supermodel Cindy Crawford for the right reasons.
Released on March 6, the Knock Out Beauty line, ranges from make-up bags to lip products, but what distinguishes the 16-piece line from others is the boxing illustrations depicted by artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick.
March 18, 2016 - POP SUGAR - Aimee Simeon
Sonia collaborated with artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick to create a line to empower women. The "knock out" theme was sparked when the girl boss fell in love with Dana's artwork at Art Basel in Miami. Her painting of a female fighter flashing her red boxing gloves immediately caught Sonia's eyes, and she purchased a piece of her work on the spot. It was then, and with some inspiration from her teenage daughter, that the vision for her new assortment was hatched.