Spotlight

Spotlight: John Drooyan

“Making art is a learning experience.” Paul Zimmerman in conversation with John Drooyan Paul Zimmerman: There is a sense of shifting space and time in your work. Where does this complexity come from? John ...

Spotlight: Estela Robles Galliano

“I paint my personal life.” Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Estela Robles Galliano   Paul Zimmerman: When did you become interested in art? Estela Robles Galliano: As a child, I really liked to...

Spotlight: Winnie Hui

“A message of inner strength.” Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Winnie Hui Paul Zimmerman: Tell us about your background. How did you meme interested art? Winnie Hui: In my childhood memory, there was a...

Spotlight: Dusanka Jablanovic

"Color can best express me and my personality.” Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Dusanka Jablanovic  PZ: You work in various mediums. How do you choose a particular one for your new work?  DJ: It depend...

An Artist’s Portrait of His Brother

The NY Times -  In each installment of The Artists, T highlights a recent or little-shown work by a Black artist, along with a few words from that artist putting the work in context. This week, we’re looking at...

Spotlight: Sarah Fujiwara

“I want to act as a medium for mother nature.” Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Sarah Fujiwara   Paul Zimmerman: Congratulations on your current exhibition in New York. It is called ‘Melting Petals...

Spotlight: Joey Cruz Margarejo

"I always think positive.” Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Joey Cruz Margarejo Paul Zimmerman: You are a firmly abstract artist. What inspires you to create your paintings?   Joey Cruz Margarejo: My...

Remembering Federick Weston

ART news - Weston was a dedicated archivist of mass media representations of men, amassing binders of magazine advertisements, paper ephemera, and fabric which he stored in his longtime Chelsea apartment and st...

Spotlight: Linda Riseley

"Creating art is why I am here." Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Linda Riseley Paul Zimmerman: You are a multimedia artist. How do you create your work? Linda Riseley: I draw and journal a lot of ideas...