Flash Art April/May 2020
15,00 € inkl. MwSt., zzgl. Versand
Flash Art’s cover-story-artist Tala Madani worked on a special project addressing issues of fear, isolation, and illness in conversation with Nathaniel Mellors. more
Ingrid Luquet-Gad explores the boundaries between sculpture and painting in Jana Euler; Issy Wood offers a visual essay that reflects on gratitude in the time of the virus. Franklin Melendez considers steam as technological marker in Avery Singer’s seductive “hands-free” paintings. Natasha Hoare identifies Emily Mae Smith’s paintings as “reliquaries of art history and pop culture.” Peter Benson Miller writes about how Oscar Murillo’s practice maintains “one foot firmly planted in his studio” while attempting to reduce the gap between art and life.