Articles of ‘Kim Power’

The Laws of Motion. In-Studio Interview with Alex Kanevsky

The Laws of Motion. In-Studio Interview with Alex Kanevsky

By Kim Power
An apple thrown in the air will fall downwards, obeying the laws of gravity. Its velocity will remain constant unless an outside force acts upon it. We rely on predictable laws of motion to navigate our daily world. However, in art, and more specifically in painting, these laws may be suspended, [...]



John Wellington: Temple Tomb Fortress Ruin

John Wellington: Temple Tomb Fortress Ruin

The Lodge Gallery - New York

By Kim Power
Reminiscent of heroic fantasy à la Frank Frazetta, John Wellington’s exhibition, “Temple Tomb Fortress Ruin,” at The Lodge Gallery speaks both to the artist’s personal vision and our current sociopolitical climate. Wellington has participated in exhibitions throughout the United States and France, most notably at [...]



David Gaither: Axiom

David Gaither: Axiom

511 Gallery - New York
By Kim Power
Maximalism. A term often associated with overabundance and sensory saturation. David Gaither, collagist, painter and self-proclaimed maximalist, takes ownership of the term in his exhibit, “Axiom,” at 511 Gallery in Manhattan. Gaither’s enthusiasm and consistent work ethic have already landed him a solo show at the Tubman [...]



Siri Berg: In Color

Siri Berg: In Color

Shirley Fiterman Art Center - New York
Curated by Peter Hionas
By Kim Power
Joseph Albers, artist and author of the groundbreaking book Interaction of Color (1963), once said, “Colors influence and change each other forth and back. They continuously interact-in our perception.”
Siri Berg’s solo exhibition “In Color” at Shirley Fiterman Art Center, curated by Peter [...]



Aron Wiesenfeld: Unwind the Winding Path

Aron Wiesenfeld: Unwind the Winding Path

Jonathan LeVine Gallery - New York
By Kim Power
Aron Wiesenfeld’s current exhibition, “Unwind the Winding Path” at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in the Chelsea district of Manhattan, invites us to travel into virgin woodlands, down rivers of unknown origin and to lie down in green pastures strewn with wildflowers. It is an imaginary and untamed [...]



Jacob Hashimoto: The First Known Map of the Moon

Jacob Hashimoto: The First Known Map of the Moon

Mary Boone Gallery - New York
By Kim Power
Jacob Hashimoto found his niche early on in his artistic career. Hashimoto got his first big break with his massive solo installation Infinite Expanse of Sky (10,000 Kites) (1998), at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Illinois, just two years after his graduation from the [...]



Agnes Martin

Agnes Martin

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - New York

Decoding Agnes Martin
By Kim Power
Diogenes of Sinope (c. 412 - 323 B.C.) was fabled to have carried around a lantern in daylight. When questioned as to this practice, he replied he was looking for “an (honest) man.” Canadian born, American abstractionist, Agnes Martin (1992 [...]