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January 9, 2020

Perhaps the most talked about event of 2019 in the Art World, so frenetic that it bled into global news for its sheer noise, was Maurizio Catellan’s contemporary art sculpture, “Comedian”.  A banana duct taped to a wall at the Art Basel Miami art fair, two editions of...

June 29, 2016

         Trees suspended in space mystique, roots dancing free of ground, branches reaching upwards towards spot lit auras revealing graciously that as it is above so it is below. 

       That which is hidden is the structure that...

June 12, 2016

“In my life, all time, I remember..” ~Alexander Ponomarev

O, Mnemosyne, sing song of your beloved's bed, and all the Arts you bore. Make us a vehicle of your becoming that we might recollect whence we came forevermore. Come before us, shatter us whole. Come up from the...

March 29, 2016

   You can feel the heart beat, the heat of the feet on the pavement, running paws with clutching jaws trying to find something to eat, something to sink long shorn horns and tusks into in a land of concrete. Vapid wastelands surround the giant beasts, nay, the quiet h...

March 1, 2016

O, Rapture! Capture me and take me away to the depths of your passion. Wrap me in your embrace, calmly sway me virulently, vigilantly and captivate my essence eternally.  I am the curve at the edge of the circle, the cycle in the path of circumference, the flirtatious...

November 9, 2015



            As the flame approached the wick, the steadied hand reaching from under a mahogany robe paused to encounter with somber delight and expectation the transformation about to occur.  For what was dark and solid is about to become a bright and moving tribute...

September 26, 2015

It was 3am in the late 80’s when Demetri Daphnis was awoken by a loud pounding on his bedroom door.  It was his father, Nassos Daphnis, struck by a sudden inspiration and a deep-set frustration that his hands could not work as fast as his mind.  When the son mentioned...

September 4, 2015

12-89 by Nassos Daphnis*




Artnews broke the story of Richard Taittinger taking on the representation of Greek-American painter Nassos Daphnis on August 7th, but the story runs much deeper than the news shares.  Speaking to Richard in the office of his six month old ga...

August 4, 2015

On Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi’s Curation

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What is Africa?  Africa is the second largest continent in the world with the second largest population.  A landmass that spreads 7,417 km (4,609 mi) from its Northern most point to its So...

May 4, 2015

       What do you call a man that loves Art so much it is all he seeks to pursue? Not just its creation but its history, its process, its purpose, its pursuit; its collection, its auction, its spirit?  This is what must be asked of the man in question, Thomas W. Lolla...

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