As artist Adam Lister prepares for the opening of his latest solo exhibition opening at Guy Hepner with the TAX Collection, Hypebeast previews some of the featured works.
Dan Alva talks with Felicty Carter from Forbes about his debut solo exhibition in NYC now at view at Guy Hepner, with The TAX Collection
Fused Magazine interviews Dimitri Likissas after the launch of his debut US exhibition ‘Pointillism Revisted’ at Guy Hepner with The TAX Collection
“In association with The Tax Collection, the exhibition of Belgium-born artist, which is entitled, Pointillism Revisited gives the viewer a fresh interpretation on the usage of dots in painting. He also incorporates academic notions from Josef Albers’ color theory which explores how colors and shapes can produce visual tricks.”
“Guy Hepner Gallery who are known for showing the best of the best, from Koons to Warhol and Banksy, are now showing a body of work by Dimitri Likissas, called ‘Pointillism Revisited’”
Candid magazine speaks to Dimitri Likissas ahead of the opening of his solo exhibition ‘Pointillism Revisited’
I am a self-taught artist. And I am proud about that fact, as I don’t think an institution makes you an artist.
The TAX Collection founders Max Berman and Tanner Steslow share influencer insights on the contemporary art market with TEFAF ahead of the launch of the 2018 Spring Fair in New York City
The TAX Collection discusses with Forbes Magazine about their top five current art obsessions on Instagram. Learn more about New York Sunshine, Allison Zuckerman, Felipe Pantone, Marius Sperlich, and Kristen Liu-wong
“One of the most obvious and most advantageous evolutions of the contemporary art scene is the usefulness that social media… It helped expose the industry to an entirely new generation of artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts who might have otherwise been previously left out of the conversation.”
"Exploring the concept of space and interaction, 'Be Still', Spirovski's latest exhibition, nods to Francis Bacon via the spatial relationships between figures and their surroundings, David Lynch’s dreamlike surrealism and color palette as well as Olivier Messiaen’s static musical tones."