Delicate faces peer through bright flowers and young figures float among palms and branches. These are the digital paintings of Jiwoon Pak, a Seoul based artist who studied at the Valenciennes Art and Design school in France.  These images give off a quiet innocence and are reminiscent of traditional Korean paintings. Attack Jiwoon Pak! jiwoonpak.com * … Continue reading Delicate Scenes of Jiwoon Pak

There is a tension narrated in the digital paintings of Turkish artist Aykut Aydogdu. A blend of figures and fauna create a curious dreamscape that questions the essence of humanity, it’s struggles, and it’s place among nature. Attack Aykut Aydogdu! Behance * Instagram

 While in Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Attacks met New Haven, CT/New York City based painter Dave Thomas who was invited to show with Derek Gores Gallery at the Aqua art fair. Dave’s fingerprint paintings create a new level of texture and whimsy to the dynamic narratives he tells. Dave chatted with us about his work … Continue reading Fingerprint Painter Dave Thomas

  Annyen Lam meticulously hand cuts printed lithographs in an exploration of  escapism through imagination. Her creations push the sculptural possibilities of paper giving the audience a changeable perception of their environments. Attack Annyen Lam! http://annyenlam.com/ Twitter * Instagram * Tumblr  

  Maciek Jasik is a Polish born photographer, now living in New York City, who works with smoke and color to create mysteriously ethereal images. They play with your eyes as you try and focus in on the vibrant blur of faces and figures. An energy comes off of Jasik’s photographs that evokes an emotional response that can be … Continue reading Color & Smoke: Photos by Maciek Jasik

                                         

Max Neutra is going through a period of transition. The painter who has been based in the Los Angeles area for the past 15 years has recently moved back to his hometown in New Mexico in preparation of his and his wife’s first child. In reflection of this temporary transitional period, Neutra created his series … Continue reading Max Neutra’s “Crossing The Sreams” @ C.A.V.E Gallery

“The fact that one day we will die has been governing both our internal behavior and our interactions with society throughout all time, since the advent of self-awareness” The artist Jesse Draxler says this in regards to the title of his solo show at Booth Gallery in New York City. The name “Terror Management™” comes from the … Continue reading Jesse Draxler’s “Terror Management” @ Booth Gallery

  Over the last few years your work has gotten more refined. In earlier work you constructed more dioramas often involving painted graphics and adornments. The elements in your work over time have become more focused and concise. Was this a process you actively pursued or was it just a natural progression? I think it came about … Continue reading An Interview With Sculpture Artist Elizabeth McGrath

While in Miami Beach for the madness that is Art Basel week, Art Attacks caught up with collage artist Derek Gores at Aqua Art Fair. His brick and mortar space, Derek Gores Gallery, had a room at the Aqua Hotel and hosted not only his personal work but, that of assemblage artist David Burton, finger-print painter … Continue reading Chat w/ Derek Gores at Aqua Art Miami