Artist David Salle’s “How to See” Book

A guide to viewing art as artists themselves would describe it

For some, a work of art in a museum or gallery can require substantial consideration. For others, a passing glance will do. One can choose to read into symbolism, coloration and more—or purely enjoy (or despise) any type of art for aesthetic reasons. For all the aforementioned, and everyone in between, acclaimed painter David Salle‘s forthcoming book “How to See” offers a helping hand. A …

Painter Ryan Hewett’s Preview Exhibition at Unit London

A glimpse at the eerie, impressive work from the South African portrait artist

By Joanna Della-Ragione Muted color palettes, thick impasto and distorted features are all common elements of Ryan Hewett’s recent work, marking a new direction for the South African painter. Best known for his iconic portraits of notable figures from Winston Churchill to Warhol’s poster girl Edie Sedgwick, Hewett describes his week-long preview show at Unit London as a “stepping stone—traversing past, present and future.” The …

Radouan Zeghidour’s HYPOGEA at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery

A young Parisian artist's vision of ephemeral art in hidden locations

One would fear, when putting an artist who has become known for temporary works in extraordinary, secret places within the walls of a gallery, that the magic would be lost. Fortunately, this isn’t the case with Radouan Zeghidour‘s “HYPOGEA” at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery—for a few reasons. The young Parisian artist has made a name for himself over the last few years because of his temporary …