Blanca Aguayo | The Eternal Fight For Freedom and Justice

Women all over the world thrive to excel despite the unbearable challenges and oppressive rooted system set by misogynists and haters. Women all over the world are raised to believe they live in a box, limited with hundreds of red lines which if they crossed they will be forsaken. “Sports are for boys, barbies are…

Gallery Wendi Norris welcomes Director Fernanda Partida Ochoa

Gallery Wendi Norris welcomes Fernanda Partida Ochoa (b. Guadalajara, Mexico) as our new Director of Contemporary Art. As Director, she will act as the primary liaison between artist studios and the gallery team. Fernanda brings to the position 15+ years of professional experience as a researcher, curator, and arts organizer, as well as a fluency…

Hady Boraey’s Eden Dance at Fann Á Porter

Fann Á Porter, The Workshop Dubai is pleased to share with you the exhibition catalogue of Eden Dance by Egyptian painter Hady Boraey, opening on Wednesday 26 January to 28 February. Hady Boraey is an independent visual artist as well as a lecturer for the Fine Arts department at Alexandria University. Boraey has amassed a…

GIDEON RUBIN’s Red Boys and Green Girls at Hosfelt Gallery

Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco) presents Red Boys and Green Girls a solo exhibition by Gideon Rubin from January 27 to February 19. The paintings in Gideon Rubin’s seventh solo exhibition at Hosfelt Gallery reflect the zeitgeist of our COVID-defined world.  Solitary figures, frequently turned away from the viewer, stand immobilized or move dreamily in blurry,…

Gisela McDaniel’s Manhaga Fu’una

Pilar Corris Gallery presents Gisela McDaniel solo exhibition “Manhaga Fu’una” from January 27 to February 26. Within the context of traditional Western (Colonial) art history, the relationship between the femme bodied sitter and the artist is one predicated on a hierarchical binary interaction: voyeur and object of desire; maker and object; author and subject. This…