Ultra chrome ink printed on canvas
100 cm x 80 cm
Courtesy EJMQ, Seoul
Art Miami Director Nick Korniloff, who helms a family of Fairs which of course includes CONTEXT and now Aqua, comes keen for Heike Dempster at MiamiArtZine; if possible adding even more anticipation to what promises to be the most spectacular Art Week Miami has ever seen!
(Photo courtesy Biz Journals)
Fuck You (Camel Blue)
oil on canvas, 45" x 60", 2012
"FOR WHICH IT STANDS, Americana in Contemporary Art,"
Carla Sakamoto, The Curated Collection, Farameh Media.
34.3 x 24.8 cm / 13.5 x 9.75 inches
400 pp. hardcover
Over 200 color photos
"UNCENSORED," new works by Kevin Berlin, Mark Miller Gallery, AQUA Art Miami, 2013.
Courtesy Mark Miller Gallery, New York
Self Portrait as a Venetian Gentleman
48 x 39, 2012, epoxy resin, mixed media on wood
Artist Biography :
Eric Finzi was born and raised in New York City. His art career started at age ten after his art teacher accused him of cheating on a book cover project. She believed he must have stenciled a copy of the Egyptian mummy he drew free hand. To convince her, he created a new cover in a different size. His parents decided then to get him private lessons in oil painting.
When Finzi turned 13, he received a scholarship to a life painting class at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. By the age of 15 he was studying with Harvey Dinnerstein at the Arts Student League in New York City. Finzi then received another scholarship to Greenwich House School of Pottery in New York. At age 16, Finzi taught ceramics at Cornwall Summer Workshop in Connecticut and started college in the fall at the University of Pennsylvania where he studied biology and fine arts. Finzi began taking evening classes at the Art Students League under the tutelage of Vincent Malta and Raphael Soyer.
After receiving his PhD on yeast mitochondrial protein synthesis in the fall, he enrolled full-time in the Art Students League with artist Knox Martin. Finzi then moved to Montpellier, France to paint. He moved back to America to finish his medical studies and began a full time position as a Laboratory Fellow at the National Cancer Institute. Shortly thereafter, he started a weekend sculpture class at the Corcoran in Washington, DC.
Finzi’s art career got its next boost when he was kicked out of the research laboratory at the National Cancer Institute for spending too much of his free time making art. He left the lab to start his residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Dermatology department. After completing his residency in 1991, he began pursuing a mixture of painting, sculpture and dermatology. In 2003, Finzi began exhibiting his unique epoxy resin paintings in New York. Since then he has had solo exhibitions in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Cologne, Germany.
Finzi's work was recently selected for Issue #100 of New American Paintings. Sloan Fine Art will exhibit his work at the Scope Art Fair, Art Basel Miami, 2012. His book, “Face of Emotion: How Botox Affects Moods and Relationships,” will be published by Palgrave-MacMillan in January, 2013.
Courtesy Perihelion Arts, Phoenix AZ
Jonathan Langfield (Fall River, Mass. Feb. 1987)
There Once Was a Man From Nantucket
Oil on canvas
72 x 72 in.
Courtesy JAG Modern Art, Philadelphia
Woman In White Perpetually Turning
23" Monitor Triptych, perpetually looping gif
Kasumi, a 2011 Guggenheim Fellow, is an artist working primarily in film. Kasumi has won global acclaim for her experimental films and video performance pieces, receiving, among other awards, the 2010 Vimeo Remix Award, the Thomas Edison Black Maria Film Festival Director’s and Program Staff Citation, the Sapporo International Short Film Festival 1st prize in Experimental film, the Adriano Asti Award, and the Chicago IFP Best Experimental Film award. Kasumi has performed and held large solo installations in settings including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Württembergischen Kunstverein Stuttgart, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Chroma Festival de Arte Audiovisual and has collaborated with artists as diverse as Grandmaster Flash, DJ Spooky, Modeselektor, the New York Philharmonic, members of the Cleveland Orchestra, the American Composers Orchestra, and the creators of Comedy Central's Adult Swim.
Courtesy Gallery at Gray's, Cleveland OH
Doom Loop #24
acrylic on paper
We suspect these two citings will be but the first of many more to come -- and rightfully so too, for Lord Elmore was one keen wordslinger, and his works deserve to reverberate in perpetuity.
Go, Tim, Go!
Oil on panel, 28 x 36 in / 71.1 x 91.4 cm
Courtesy of Lyons Wier Music & Audiophile Plus, New York