Riusuke Fukahori(1974) is a rather unique Japanese painter from Aichi, widely known for his extraordinary three-dimensional paintings of Japanese goldfish, he creates using his own complex technique of poured resin.
If you’re in New York City, we recommend you head on over to The Hole (until May 26th) where you’ll be able to experience an amazingly colorful exhibit by Holton Rower. The first New York solo exhibition for the artist, Pour Paintings is just that, a collection of paintings created by carefully pouring paint over plywood. The result is incredible color combinations that are stunningly psychedelic.
War Stories brings together an impressive and diverse group of artists, whose work focuses primarily on war and conflict. The exhibition features Steve Mumford’s documentary watercolors from Iraq and Afghanistan, poured paint castings of Taliban gunshot holes by Piers Secunda, video work of Desert Storm by Nin Brudermann, Farideh Sakhaiefar’s conceptual display of smuggled Iranian war objects, photography by Trevor Paglen, terrorist bomb sculptures by Gregory Green, and Alfredo Martinez’s firearms drawings alongside a video interview by Mika Mattila. - thru June 21
Holton Rower’s paintings have an aire of mystery and are visually stunning. The work has a geological and volcanic, magma-like quality. Rower’s pour painting’s abstracts Nature and looks like colorful Malachite.