Between Either and Or: Tim Wilson at Nathalie Karg Gallery

We’ve been mentioning lately how a lot of artists switched their focus to their imminent surroundings in the past year or so, and along with that, we’re growing more fond of the classical trope that is interiors. And while for some this was a purely circumstantial necessity, for others, these traditional scenes were always a framework for the exploration of more contemporary subjects….

Freeze-Frame

Tim Wilson’s small paintings, now at Nathalie Karg Gallery on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, offer a peculiar amalgam of quietude and foreboding, realized with a muted palette that reverberates on many other levels. In keeping with the exhibition’s title, “Between Either and Or”(which I believe misleadingly suggests a metaphorical stasis within Kierkegaard’s open dichotomy), the eighteen panels are reflections on immobility, though they easily…

Children’s Museum of the Arts to launch online video channel for art-loving kids

The CMA’s director Seth Cameron says that the channel will be a way for the museum to reach a wider audience, and to engage museum-going children in a creative way. “It’s a completely new framework, taking all of the things that the museum did previously and repackaging it to adapt for online audiences,” says Cameron. “The idea is that this becomes the inspiration…

Voyages to New York: Vera Iliatova & Nilko Andreas

Voyages to New York: Kevin Moore talks to Artist Vera Iliatova and Guitarist and Composer Nilko Andreas. Iliatova recalls the last days of the Soviet Union and adapting to life in New York in relation to her paintings, which depict teenage girls caught in a maelstrom of nostalgia. Nilko  talks about his musical influences,…

Between Either and Or: Tim Wilson at Nathalie Karg Gallery

We’ve been mentioning lately how a lot of artists switched their focus to their imminent surroundings in the past year or so, and along with that, we’re growing more fond of the classical trope that is interiors. And while for some this was a purely circumstantial necessity, for others, these traditional scenes were always a framework for the exploration of more contemporary subjects….