Michael Bartalos’ work draws from contemporary and ancient typography, space technology, and a unique depth of influences, inspirations, and concepts.
I draw everyday. Sometimes for 6-8 hours and sometimes for one hour. I usually draw on the train too on my commutes. I love to draw. It brings me joy to draw everyday. It’s like a visual journal.
Photographer Tristan Wheelock and illustrator David Hoskins teamed up to work on a series of photographs complemented by illustration.
Many artist studios, artwork, galleries, and public art was damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Frontrunner had the opportunity to interview Arielle Sandler, an artist, curator, and founder of The Artist Relief Project.
The New York City downtown street artist LEGHEAD and photographer Richard Koek teamed up to create a small magazine featuring photographs and artwork.
“I am particularly interested in sound and performance within the gallery space because, when successful, they truly impose a very particular environment on the viewer that is inescapable.”
Adam Ryder is a photographer and visual artist whose works are currently featured at UpriseArt. Michael Fasciano and Courtney Weinblatt recently visited Adam at his Studio in South Williamsburg, which is forged out of an old autobody shop.