Elegant women dressed in vintage finds and armed with tools and common household items, Kelly Reemtsen's paintings create a paradoxically edgy air of nostalgia. There exists a sharp contrast in much of Reemtsen's work between the bright and cheery figures, and the utilitarian and sometimes ominous accessories they carry, such as chainsaws or axes, coupled with a recurring headless anonymity.
Encased in a glass pavilion designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Jean Nouvel, this historic Carousel has attracted thousands to Brooklyn Bridge Park since 2011.
Majestic red sand dunes, white surfer beaches, picture perfect mountains, midnight blue seascapes and national parks filled with a wildlife cast from The Lion King. A traveller’s paradise is short for one of the larger and youngest countries in Africa, Namibia.
Nick Brandt is born in 1966 and raised in London, England, Brandt studied Painting, and then Film at Saint Martin's School of Art. Now showing at the Hasted Kraeutler Gallery in NYC through November 2nd.
Jim Naughten (1969 Horsham) was awarded a painting scholarship to Lancing College and later studied photography at the Arts Institute of Bournemoth. Fascinated by the Herero tribe members of Namibia his new book entitled Conflict & Costume is a stark reminder of 20th century German colonization.