Teeny Tiny Woman

Amanda Ross-Ho explores the disparate cultural connections through myriad media

LA-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho creates works that feel a little bit like a good trip. The myriad ways in which she explores space and scale often seem to delude the eye, making it hard to distinguish where the work begins and where it ends. Cut-out textiles conflate the background with the foreground and over-sized objects distort perspective and put such a curious emphasis on form …

Georgi Tushev

Magnetized paintings expose eerie abstractions

Bulgarian artist Georgi Tushev creates magnetic landscapes, his forms simultaneously recalling nebulous cells and galactic moonscapes to strike a precarious balance between painting and sculptural art. With a body of work that ranges from pixelated paintings of vintage porn stills to portraits of Victorian-style rock stars, Tushev now presents “Ace of Spades“, a collection of new work at the Fitzroy Gallery in SoHo that explores …

Bauhaus: Art as Life

An exhibition pays tribute to the human aspect of the influential school

Beginning tomorrow, London’s Barbican Art Gallery will kick off a several-month-long Bauhaus-themed exhibit—the UK’s largest in four decades—in Bauhaus: Art as Life. The 400-piece show will cover a wide swathe of topics, from art (paintings, ceramics) to society (photographs of social events), featuring major Bauhaus contributors such as Josef Albers, Paul Klee and Marianne Brandt. To make the show even more dynamic and interactive, extensive …