Interview with Christopher W. Benson

Knuckle Sandwich, 2021, oil on linen, 48 by 36 inches

I was recently introduced to the work of artist, Christopher Benson while visiting his gallery, EVOKE Contemporary in Santa Fe, NM. I was intrigued by the strength of his compositions and execution as well as the wide range of styles he has worked in over his many years of painting,

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A New Book Explores the Practices of 38 Black Ceramicists



September 15, 2022

Grace Ebert

Morel Doucet, “Skin Congregate on the Eve of Every Mountain” (2019), slip-cast porcelain with decals. Photo by David Gary Lloyd, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Myrtis

Ceramics is both versatile and enduring, allowing for myriad aesthetic sensibilities, degrees of functionality, and the ability to last lifetimes. 

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September 13 Birthday Horoscope 22-23

September 13 Birthday Horoscope 2022-2023


If Today is Your Birthday: September 13th


The Year Ahead

Forecast for September 2022 to September 2023


If You Were Born Today, September 13:

Extremely creative, you are also able to turn your creations into something practical. A born entrepreneur, you seem to have endless new ideas. It’s best to watch a tendency

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Web 3.0 is a lane, not a highway

Facebook was not the first web 2.0 company, but it was the one that took it mainstream to a global audience. Consumers’ digital lives would never be the same again. Whereas web 1.0 had enabled them to visit and read websites, much like a digital evolution of newspapers and magazines, Facebook enabled consumers to participate, to comment, upload photos, converse,

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Painters Paint Paintings: LA Version at the Nino Mier

Review by Christopher J. Graham, guest contributor

Installation view of Painters Paint Paintings: LA Version, Curated by Alexander Warhus, (July 23 – August 27, 2022), Nino Mier Gallery One, Los Angeles.
Images courtesy of Nino Mier Gallery

The press release for Painters Paint Paintings: LA Version-curated by Alexander Warhus at West Hollywood’s Nino Mier Gallery states that a contemporary

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