In Opening Night director Cyril Teste and actor Isabelle Adjani went to lengths to present their protagonist with psychological depth and intimacy at FIAF’s Crossing the Line festival.
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Two Artists Invite You to Bask in Their Garden
Garden is a sustained mind-meld between two artists’ aesthetic sensibilities, one clearly born from a long friendship grounded in loving, making, and sharing art over the course of 15 years.
A Dreamy Debut of Paintings Queer in Subject and Form
At Yossi Milo, Doron Langberg wields bold colors that warp his sitters’ features or throw them dramatically into relief.
Finding Both Comfort and Challenge in the Idea of “Home”
Home is Not a Place affords its artists a great degree of freedom to explore the nuances of “home.” The sum of their efforts amounts to a tapestry that threads love and dread into a cohesive whole.
Paintings of Friends and Lovers Whose Inner Lives Glow Around Them
Louis Fratino’s characters so fully inhabit their emotional states that the world of thoughtless violence and casual cruelty seems to dissolve around them.
A Probing Look at How We Perform and Present the Self
Show Me As I Want to Be Seen resists imposed and idealized models of being by probing the self — the unstable, performative essence of humanity — and bringing it to life with art.