As fear and chaos continue to engulf Afghanistan in the aftermath of the Taliban’s takeover of the country, more than 350 artists, cultural workers, and […]Read more
Kami ucapkan selamat datang di JAGO77 yang merupakan LINK KUMPULAN NAMA NAMA SITUS JUDI SLOT 2021 PALING GAMPANG MENANG TERBARU sekaligus DAFTAR AGEN BOLA RESMI SBOBET TERBAIK untuk permainan […]Read more
Zoe E Adams is an artist late to emerge in the autumn of her life. Using her spare time to learn about art, with lessons, […]Read more
Stephen is a former Observer music critic and a regular contributor to The Times, Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Independent and the BBC. He is the author of a major biography of Stravinsky and other books on Stravinsky, Bartók and Schumann. His most recent book is a widely praised biography of Debussy. He is an Emeritus Professor of Music, Cardiff University.Read more
LOS ANGELES — The act of birthing a child into the world elicits strong responses: incredulity, fear, joy, disgust. In a world full of differences […]Read more
The below essay is excerpted from A Black Gaze: Artists Changing How We See by Tina M. Campt, published with permission from the MIT Press. […]Read more
Coralie Huon is a multi-disciplinary creative, artist, and illustrator, exploring her passion for visual storytelling via various mediums, from illustrations, products, or larger scale installations […]Read more
Garielle Lutz is an author who makes at least part of her living writing and editing grammar textbooks. For 25 years she has published, as […]Read more
LOS ANGELES — Last Saturday morning, artist Cara Levine stood on a dusty hilltop in Malibu and staked one end of a seven-foot-long string in […]Read more
Noga Shatz is a London-based multidisciplinary artist specializing in painting and printmaking. She obtained her MFA degree with distinction from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London 2015, and her BA from HaMidrasha – Faculty of the Arts, Israel 2007. Shatz explores tensions between the defined image and abstraction. Key images in her work such as; a heart shape symbol, a hooded figure, a tangled forest, are being researched and then re-produced repeatedly in relation to their cultural heritage and origin. She relates to the images in her paintings as bodies in a state of conflict, a conflict articulated within the works through struggles between movement and stillness, depth and flatness, an image and its ruins.
The post Noga Shatz – Q&A appeared first on The Flux Review.