January 15, 2014, 8:46am

Annie Lapin at Honor Fraser

You have seen Annie Lapin's (NAP #91) work in our magazine, and on our blog. See her work, in the flesh, at Honor Fraser in Los Angeles. Her exhibition, Various Peep Shows, is one of our Must-See shows for the month of January!

Check out this video we produced about her a couple of years ago with Future Shipwreck. And, below the jump, read more about her current exhibition.

Listed under: Noteworthy, Video

August 17, 2012, 8:30am

Beautiful/Decay's Allison Schulnik Studio Visit (VIDEO)

Thanks to Beautiful/Decay we get a peek into Allison Schulnik's studio. Schulnik is one of our favorites...We were introduced to her when she was featured in New American Paintings #55 back in 2004 (Schulnik was also selected for #79 years later).

Listed under: Video

July 26, 2012, 8:15am

Iva Gueorguieva at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects

We hope you have a chance to view new works by Iva Gueorguieva at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects this coming weekend, or through August 23rd. This show is not to be missed! Gueorguieva was the focus of our Spotlight in edition #91 of New American Paintings. She opened up about her process, the importance of cutting in her work, and how something as simple as sound informs the paintings she makes.

Listed under: Los Angeles, Video

July 24, 2012, 8:29am

James Kalm Presents Dana Shutz Piano in the Rain (Video)

You already know we enjoy James Kalm videos on our favorite artists. Dug up a few more that we'll share over the next few days. This one on Dana Shutz covering her show, Piano in the Rain at Friedrich Petzel Gallery back in June.

Listed under: Video

July 18, 2012, 8:00am

James Kalm Presents Nicole Eisenman, Woodcuts, Etchings, Lithographs and Monotypes (VIDEO)

"James Kalm dodges into the Leo Koenig Gallery, and captures some video of the opening of Nicole Eisenman: Woodcuts, Etchings, Lithographs and Monotypes. Though Eisenman has received extensive critical attention for her painting, this show reveals an abiding attachment and pursuit of, the grand tradition of classic printmaking. While the monotypes display a very painterly sensibility. Eisenman's etchings and lithographs highlight the artists wonderful facility with linen and tone."

Thanks to James...And to you readers, Enjoy!

Listed under: Video

April 20, 2012, 10:00am

James Kalm Presents Forrest Bess at Christie's and Whitney (VIDEO)

We are pleased to present a new video from James Kalm, aka the painter Loren Munk. In this installment, James provides "...this program for hard-core Forrest Bess fans only. As one of the most mythic and eccentric American painters of the Twentieth Century, Forrest Bess (1911-1977) exerts a force over contemporary art that is hard to measure. Working in isolation and on a small scale, he was nonetheless able to garner the attentions of critical and art world heavyweights.

Listed under: Video

November 21, 2011, 10:45am

Katy Moran at Andrea Rosen Gallery (Video)

We are pleased to present another video “gallery visit” from James Kalm, aka the painter Loren Munk. In this installment, James provides "...a quick view of the new paintings by Katy Moran. Small, scrappy and authentic, these works seem to echo the influences of early American masters of modernism. Among those nuances are Ryder, Dove, and the assemblage works of Rauschenberg, Berman and Lauri.

Listed under: Video

October 28, 2011, 8:00am

Gerhard Richter And His Squeegee (VIDEO)

We saw this awesome video of Squeegee master, Gerhard Richter, on and had to share. The film is by Corinna Belz. Enjoy!


From the NOWNESS.COM website:

A New Film Captures the German Impasto Master at Work with His Squeegee

Listed under: Art World, Video

October 25, 2011, 8:00am

Andrew Masullo at Feature Inc. (VIDEO)

We are pleased to present another video “gallery visit” from James Kalm, aka the painter Loren Munk. In this installment, James visits the 2010 Feature Inc. exhibition of Andrew Masullo’s work in New York’s Lower East Side. Andrew has had a 25+ year career making paintings that are notable for their intimate scale and and sophisticated use of color and form. Largely ignoring the trends and fads that have washed over the art world in the past two decades, Andrew has steadfastly produced a highly personal body of work that now seems more relevant than ever.

Listed under: Art World, Video

October 17, 2011, 10:29am

Pew Center for Arts & Heritage presents Charles Burwell (Video)

I ran into this video interview of Philadelphia's Charles Burwell (NAP #8 and #51) in his studio while researching his work. In 2008 the Pew Fellowship granted Burwell a fellowship for his paintings that are "..large scale formally rigorous and visually stimulating." All true.

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Listed under: Art World, Video


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