Pieces of Note: Scope Art Fair

Byung-Chul Woo’s Seeing and other work at Young Art Gallery are beautifully intricate, yet simple, and the pops of color are well-placed. It’s an oil-on-canvas rendition of why I love living in NYC.

I wish I could find more details on it, or the work below.

Jordan Eagles at Krause Gallery

Made with blood. ‘Nuff Said. Although if you did want the details, its oxblood, acrylic, resin and copper, and it looks much better in person than in this photograph.

Makeup by Eric Finzi at SFA Projects

Marlene Dumas, much? Yet these figures on epoxy resin tell more of a story and make nice use of the medium.

Carlos Quintana painting at Juan Ruis Galeria

Carlos Quintana, a Cuban artist I loved here, made a surprise appearance.

2 thoughts on “Pieces of Note: Scope Art Fair

  1. I really like the painting by Eric Finzi. There’s something about his work–I can’t put my finger on what that something is–that reminds me of Egon Schiele.

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