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

Pablo Aravena is a Montreal based artist. In addition being a street art curator, he is also interested in exploring the multiple dimensions of urban culture through fiction and documentary filmmaking. In 1997, he graduated from Concordia University’s Film Production Program. He has held various positions as a freelancer in the film and television industry … Continue reading Pablo Aravena’s Favorite Things

Robin Eley’s hyper realistic paintings are anything but quiet. Figures on large canvases, draped in cellophane, surrounded by bold geometric shapes, he makes a point to grab your attention. Eley explores the idea of our lives in the modern world through his oil paintings. This idea of wanting to be apart of a community while keeping … Continue reading Reconnect with Robin Eley’s Hyperrealistic Paintings

Portland based painter Stella Im Hultberg has been under the radar for a few years. Aside from a few group shows, she’s been taking time away to grow her family and enjoy the adventure of motherhood. This time away has also cause her to refine her signature aesthetics of very recognizable ladies created with inks, … Continue reading Stella Im Hultberg’s “Stranger”

  Welcome to the vibrant world of New York City painter Hannah Faith Yata. A land where chaos bonds with character to create wondrous psychedelic habitats that explore the ever-changing connection between our Earth and evolution. These lands are exploding with energy– a bright and colorful intensity that oozes from all corners of the environment. … Continue reading The Exotic Paintings of Hannah Faith Yata

Harajuku, Tokyo artist and designer Sebastian Masuda’s first exhibition in the United States is an environmental installation of his art work series “Colorful Rebellion”, an interpreted self-portrait of the artist. Seventh Nightmare divides Kianga Ellis Projects into seven “zones” representing the seven deadly sins. Tokyo Fashion writes: “For nineteen years, Harajuku’s iconic 6%DOKIDOKI boutique has been a key player … Continue reading Sebastian Masuda’s “Colorful Rebellion” at Kianga Ellis Projects