Michael Andrew Law Meet Mark Bradford 馬克·布拉德福特

Michael Andrew Law Meet Mark Bradford ( 馬克·布拉德福特 ) Fabricating his signature mixed-media collages with ephemera such as segments of billboards, flyers, and graffitied stencils, American artist Mark Bradford’s works marry his interests in modernist abstraction with the urban community from which he culls his materials. These ambitious, visually arresting works are striking for their simultaneous…

Michael Andrew Law Meets the Legendary Jeff Koons 傑夫·昆斯

Jeffrey “Jeff” Koons 傑夫·昆斯 (/kuːnz/; born January 21, 1955) is an American artist known for working with popular culture subjects and his reproductions of banal objects—such as balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror-finish surfaces. He lives and works in both New York City and his hometown of York, Pennsylvania. His works have sold…

Michael Andrew Law meets David Zwirner

David Zwirner (born October 23, 1964) is a German art dealer and owner of the David Zwirner Gallery in New York City ,Hong Kong and London . Since 2012, Zwirner has consistently ranked in the top 5 of the ArtReview annual “Power 100” list, the magazine’s survey of most important figures in contemporary art. ; He has been on the list since 2003. In 2012, he was listed at number two in Forbes magazine’s “America’s Most Powerful Art Dealers.

Michael Andrew Law meets with Zeng Fanzhi 曾梵志

Zeng Fanzhi (Chinese: 曾梵志; born 1964 in Wuhan, Hubei) is a contemporary Chinese artist based in Beijing. New York Times : Most Expensive Artist in the world headline From the earliest stages of his career, Zeng Fanzhi’s paintings have been marked by their emotional directness, the artist’s intuitive psychological sense, and his carefully calibrated expressionistic…

MICHAEL ANDREW LAW FINALLY MEETS MURAKAMI TAKASHI 村上 隆

Takashi Murakami (村上 隆 Murakami Takashi?, born February 1, 1962) is a Japanese contemporary artist. He works in fine arts media (such as painting and sculpture) as well as commercial media (such as fashion, merchandise, and animation) and is known for blurring the line between high and low arts. He coined the term superflat, which…

Michael Andrew Law meets Zhang Xiaogang 張曉剛

Zhang Xiaogang 張曉剛 was born in 1958 in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province in southern China. When the Cultural Revolution began in 1966, Zhang’s parents were forced to give up their government posts, leave Zhang and his three brothers behind, and go to a “study camp” in the countryside. Following the collapse of the Cultural…

Michael Andrew Law Meets Antony Gormley

Michael Andrew Law Meets Antony Gormley Antony Gormley is widely acclaimed for his sculptures, installations and public artworks that investigate the relationship of the human body to space. His work has developed the potential opened up by sculpture since the 1960s through a critical engagement with both his own body and those of others in…

Michael Andrew Law Meets Jennifer Guidi

Michael Andrew Law Meets Jennifer Guidi   Jennifer Guidi creates paintings notable for their luminosity, texture, and sculptural presence. Her swirling mandala-like compositions oscillate in color and texture, inspiring shifts in perceptual awareness to forge new sensory horizons. Each painting is methodically executed through a unique process—at once systematic and organic—which reflects the connection of…

Michael Andrew Law Meets Wolfgang Tillmans

Michael Andrew Law Meets Wolfgang Tillmans Wolfgang Tillmans (born 1968) is a German photographer. His diverse body of work is distinguished by observation of his surroundings and an ongoing investigation of the photographic medium’s foundations. Tillmans was the first photographer – and also the first non-British person – to be awarded the Tate annual Turner…

Michael Andrew Law Meet OSGEMEOS | Os Gemeos

Michael Andrew Law Meet OSGEMEOS | Os Gemeos OSGEMEOS (also known as Os Gemeos or Os Gêmeos, Portuguese for The Twins), born 1974 in São Paulo, Brazil, are graffiti and street artists who are identical twin brothers Otavio Pandolfo and Gustavo Pandolfo. OSGEMEOS started painting graffiti in 1987 and gradually became a main influence in…

Michael Andrew Law Meets Painter Jim Shaw

Jim Shaw was born in 1952 in Midland, Michigan, and lives and works in Los Angeles. He founded the band Destroy All Monsters with Mike Kelley in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the early 1970s. Later in the decade, he was part of an influential group of artists, including Kelley and John Miller, who studied at CalArts. He was the subject of a major retrospective, The End is Here, at the New Museum, New York, in 2015. He has had additional one-person exhibitions at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams; BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, United Kingdom; Museum Boijmans van Beun­ingen, Rotterdam; CAPC, Musee de’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux; MoMA PS1, New York; Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble; Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; and Musee d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, Geneva. His work has been included in exhibitions at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; New Museum, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. He additionally participated in the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013.

Michael Andrew Law Meets Doug Aitken

Michael Andrew Law Meets Doug Aitken Doug Aitken is widely known for his innovative fine art installations. Utilizing a wide array of artistic approaches, Aitken’s eye leads us into a world where time, space, and memory are fluid concepts. His work has been featured in exhibitions around the world, in such institutions as the Hirshhorn…

Michael Andrew Law meets Michaël Borremans

Michaël Borremans (born in 1963) is a Belgian painter and filmmaker who lives and works in Ghent. His painting technique draws on 18th-century art as well as the works of Édouard Manet and Degas. The artist also cites the Spanish court painter Diego Velázquez as an important influence. In recent years, he has been using photographs he has made himself or made-to-order sculptures as the basis for his paintings.

Michael Andrew Law meets with Painter Magnus Plessen

Magnus Plessen is best known for a painting style that combines additive and subtractive techniques, employing both brush and spatula. The impetus of each work often begins with a photograph, which Plessen categorically believes imprisons its subject in time and space. His aim in revisiting these images is to resuscitate the subjects, and therefore make what he calls “completely unsentimental” paintings—“Perhaps an image that leaves the viewer—and also the art object and its creator—much freer,” as he says. Plessen is also known for his signature blocky forms and the blending of figures and background, as well as the use of vivid colors. In more recent works, he has been exploring ideas of rotation and revolution, and employing a central axis point in his compositions.