Greek artist Petros Vrellis is challenging the notion that art and computer science are incompatible. With master’s degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Art Sciences, Vrellis combines these two passions to create what he calls “Algorithmic Art.”
New York City’s Dinner Gallery is excited to present artist Sophia Belkin’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, titled “Slice of Water.” The exhibition is scheduled to run from March 9 to April 22, 2023, and an opening reception will take place on March 9 from 6 to 8 pm.
Step into a whimsical realm of nostalgia and enchantment with the stunning artwork of Fabienne Delacroix! As the talented offspring of the renowned naïf master painter Michel Delacroix, Fabienne has carved out a name for herself with her mesmerizing portrayals of the picturesque French countryside and coastal regions.
Amsterdam-based artist Marjolijn de Wit is known in Europe and beyond for her incredible oil paintings. Her newest solo exhibit, “Sorry for the Damage,” is currently on display at the Asya Geisberg Gallery — a contemporary art gallery in New York that specializes in “international artists in all media.”
Villanova University in Pennsylvania is welcoming back one of its most exceptional alumni for a campus-wide exhibition. ‘thirsty while drowning’ is the latest project of California-based visual artist Cole Sternberg and will be on full display throughout Villanova University through January 18, 2023.
“Fireflies” is dedicated to his beloved parents, Iolanda and Stefano. “Atma Mater” celebrates the genius of his mentor, Misha Alperin. “Third Ward” commemorates the legacy of George Floyd.
She grew up in Australia until she moved to France and Switzerland to get professional dance training. She had the opportunity to experiment with many different art projects in Hong Kong, Singapore, and China. She was in New York for a while. And then, just a few years ago, she decided to call London home.
On February 2, Haitian-Cuban artist Na’ye Perez introduced a new mural at BRIC House in Brooklyn, New York. The mural is titled “What You Know Bout Love…” and is named after the popular song by Pop Smoke.
“June” is a delicate solo piano piece. It explores the concept of being fully present in one’s life — and the importance of letting go and surrendering so this can happen.
Adam Handler is not afraid of ghosts. In fact, he has an entire solo exhibition titled after and dedicated to them, and it’s now open at the D’Stassi Art gallery in London, England.