The strange, almost menacing shadow done in black paint on the wall gave us an electrifying jolt – recalls Alessandro Riva of GallerySalvatore Ala, while remembering the New York in the 1980s, and his first encounter with Richard Hambleton art.
April 4- May 5, 2017 Woodward Gallery Richard Hambleton arrived in New York City from Vancover in the late 70s. His public art of Image Mass Murder on city streets across North America (Chicago, New York, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Banff, Victoria, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles), his play on […]
On Hope by Arthur C. Danto HOPE is considered one of the theological virtues, of which there are three, each connected to salvation. The list is presented by St. Paul in his magnificent First Letter to the Corinthians, 13:13. In The New Testament, the Apostle Paul wrote: And now dwelleth faith, hope, charity, these three; […]