The Viral Art Project – Art inspired by the coronavirus

The Viral Art Project – Art inspired by the coronavirus

The Viral Art Project is an initiative launched by  by Wide Eye, Throughline Collaborative, The Soze Foundation, and artist Mark Kelner. YOU ARE NOT ALONEWe are all alone right now but remember everyone in the world from São Paulo to New York to Madrid is there with...
Top Thoughts on Art – 5 Most Read Pieces

Top Thoughts on Art – 5 Most Read Pieces

Hello dear readers! It’s been a year since I launched Thoughts on Art, and miraculously, I’ve managed to produce 52 posts in that time, leading to an average of a post a week. While it was perhaps a far-off goal to write something every week when I...
Tschabalala Self: Out of Body at Boston’s ICA

Tschabalala Self: Out of Body at Boston’s ICA

Tschabalala Self Tschabalala Self (b. 1990) currently has a solo exhibition entitled Tschabalala Self: Out of Body at Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). Out of Body continues this up-and-coming artist’s exploration and empowerment of the black female by...
Online art to visit during coronavirus quarantine

Online art to visit during coronavirus quarantine

  Some online art to visit during the coronavirus quarantine I was lucky enough to have decided to take an art writing course just as the quarantine started, and hence have been provided many wonderful online art resources over the last 6 weeks. No, it...
A Tour of Perception Abstraction at Beacon Gallery

A Tour of Perception Abstraction at Beacon Gallery

While I don’t use Thoughts on Art as a place for promotion of my gallery, I have worked very hard on putting up this latest show, as well as putting together an exhaustive virtual tour on the beacongallery.com blog despite the difficulties of current events. In...
A few favorites at the Musée d’Orsay

A few favorites at the Musée d’Orsay

The clock inside the former train station Main alley of the Orsay Museum in Paris, France. Source: Wikimedia Commons As a resident of Paris for 6 years I made innumerable trips to the Musée d’Orsay over the years. This former train station turned museum is a...
Thinking of showing at an art fair? Here’s some advice!

Thinking of showing at an art fair? Here’s some advice!

Beacon Gallery has now shown at a couple of art fairs, including during Miami’s Art Week and at SPRING/BREAK Art Show New York. It feels like an opportune moment to share a bit of advice about what it’s like to apply for and show at an art fair. Greetings...
The Shape of Shape Artist’s Choice: Amy Sillman at MoMA

The Shape of Shape Artist’s Choice: Amy Sillman at MoMA

Amy Sillman’s “Artist’s Choice” The Shape of Shape (on view through June 7, 2020) is the latest in a series ongoing since 1989, which gives artists the opportunities to curate from MoMA’s collection. In focusing on shape, Sillman’s...