New York based artist Eric White paints dreamlike images that he "disrupts" with elements of old Hollywood movies and glamour. We are usually looking at his subjects from strange angles, peering over their shoulders and into their vintage car interiors in a voyeuristic way. Previously featured on our blog, White's work doesn't seem to fit any particular visual category. The scenes he creates are unreal and defy logic but aren't entirely Surrealism, and while figurative, cannot be called Realism - he has used the term "paranoid social realism." He continues to exhibit his fascination with confined settings and cinema imagery in his latest series of oil paintings, which debuted last night at Serge Sorokko Gallery in San Francisco.
International artists channel their sense of adventure into new works for Gallery Poulsen's show, "Blaze of Glory." Opening tonight, the exhibition presents adventurous paintings in both concept and style. Their collective vision is not the Wild West that you've seen in movies. Each explores their respective cultures, or the very idea of exploration, whether inspired by the American Fronteir to Eastern historical battles. Check out our preview after the jump.