Colin Darke
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Colin Darke is an artist who uses traditional drawing techniques over abstracted imagery to create layered narratives of despair and hope.  In describing his art, The Detroit News said Darke employs “a bold, colorful style reminiscent of the German Expressionists.”   Darke shows in Michigan and New York and, in 2010, Rackstraw Downes selected one of his pieces for the 18th Annual National Juried Exhibition at the Bowery Gallery (New York, NY).  Darke’s artistic practice includes writing art reviews and interviewing other artists. He writes for Hyperallergic and he is a cultural critic for The Huffington Post. He has also written for the Art:21 Magazine, where one of his articles was a top ten most viewed article in 2012.  Darke's interviews and quotes have been included in The Huffington Post, The Detroit News, the Wall Street Journal blog, and WDET (public radio), among other news organizations.


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01. Beauty Debate Revisited issue 11: November 2014