Bhakti Baxter: First Light at Nina Johnson Gallery

Bhakti Baxter’s third solo exhibition at Nina Johnson Gallery (formerly Gallery Diet), entitled “First Light,” serves as an ode to the Florida landscape. The exhibition features a new series of water-based drawings, hand-made surfboards, and sculptures made from detritus found in and around the Biscayne Bay. The unifying element of the works in “First Light: […]

An Interview with Clara Varas

Your art blurs the lines between painting, sculpture and installation. What is the starting point for your works? I think for me, there is no particular reason to choose either painting or sculpture. I think for me, one dictates the other. It usually has to do with whatever material I find or sometimes the work […]

An Interview with Joana Fischer

Joana Fischer’s paintings evoke curiosity and invite to explore life and roam freely beyond the canvas. As the viewer experiences dream-like landscapes unfolding on layered Mylar, with partially hidden details peeking out from behind, Fischer creates not just visually complex and beautiful artworks, but also creates engaging narratives that inspire to think, dream, discover, and […]