Brent Hallard

Brent Hallard is an Australian-born abstract artist, curator and writer whose works on paper and aluminium explore minimalist iconography and monochromatic expressions.
Zora Kreuzer Portrait credit Stephanie Neumann When Neon Colors and Architecture Interplay – Zora Kreuzer in an Interview

Zora Kreuzer uses light and paint to highlight the mystery and beauty of an architectural space. While much of her work responds directly to the environment, Zora brings to her projects a love of Berlin nightclub culture as well as strong fascination with the...

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Terri Brooks in the Studio, 2013 Abstraction Between Order and Chaos – Terri Brooks in an Interview

Terri Brooks is an Australian gestural abstract painter who literally swings from the hips. Her interest is in all over body movement as it relates to mark making on canvas. However, as I found out, there is much more in the mix. Here, I had the chance to...

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Ted Larsen in his studio in Santa Fe, 2015 Where Painting Ends and Sculpture Begins – Ted Larsen in an Interview

Ted Larsen and I had the chance to talk about some of the processes of art-making and seeing anew. Interestingly, his small sculptural forms are actually ‘painting’-inspired, despite his rarely picking up of a brush. We were able to agree that painting is...

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Alain Biltereyst, Leaving the House at Jack Hanley Gallery, 2019 On Shape-Shifting in Art – Alain Biltereyst in an Interview

Alain Biltereyst is typically known for creating small-scale paintings based around the graphics found on the side of trucks. What I’ve noticed recently is there have been some changes within his oeuvre. When you work in a reductive fashion, such changes...

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Terry Haggerty in the Studio About the Ambiguity of Forms – Terry Haggerty in an Interview

What’s interesting about Terry Haggerty’s work, whether it be in mural form, sculptural, or saddled up close to painting, is that he uses technology as an assistant, while being very much at the helm of things – the idea, the process and how it all...

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Li Trincere in the studio, 2019 Rapid Movement, Tension and Weight – Li Trincere in an Interview

In the East Village during the late 80s, Li Trincere was making Non-Objective paintings and exhibiting them in small storefront galleries such as Mission Gallery and White Columns. The aesthetic back then was Scatter Art and Graffiti street-type Art. However,...

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Claudia Damichi Colors and Patterns Without Boundaries – Brent Hallard Interviews Claudia Damichi

Claudia Damichi‘s paintings are characterised by vivid colours, elaborate patterns and distorted spatial proportions. Her paintings evoke a sense of 1920s pattern design clashing with the 1960s domestic interiors, all turned upside down with her unique...

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