Ancient Tools for a New Way of Seeing

David Rabinowitch, “Untitled (Périgord Construction of Vision)” (2012), wax, crayon, graphite, oil, and oil based ink on paper, 26 x 26 inches (all images courtesy Peter Blum Gallery) David Rabinowitch was born in Toronto, but since 1972 he has been living in New York, where his artistic output, mostly sculpture Continue Reading

Lo-Fi Art for the Internet Age

Installation view of Noh Sangho: The Great Chapbook II at Arario Museum in Space, Seoul (all images courtesy Arario Museum in Space) SEOUL — Noh Sangho’s solo exhibition, The Great Chapbook II, contains more than 1500 works. Hundreds of plastic ziplock bags containing Noh’s watercolor drawings hang on 11 chrome Continue Reading

Jim Osman’s Off-Kilter Arcadia

Jim Osman: The Walnut Series at Lesley Heller Gallery, New York: installation view, Peter Gynd (all images courtesy the artist and Lesley Heller Gallery, New York) Jim Osman’s suite of new sculptures in The Walnut Series, the artist’s sixth solo show at Lesley Heller Gallery, lures viewers into a charmed pathway Continue Reading

Artist Breathes New Life into Old Books by Turning Them into Stacked Sculptures

For years, we’ve been following Mike Stilkey‘s ever-growing collection of book art. Using disposed and discarded reading material, the Los Angeles-based artist crafts striking sculptures that breathe new life into overlooked stacks of old books. Stilkey’s one-of-a-kind creations range in scale, materializing as both table-top arrangements and monumental installations. While he Continue Reading