InLiquid online magazine tells the story of art. With interviews, reviews, and exhibition essays, InLiquid Online Magazine provides in-depth articles for you to build your knowledge about art and artists.
September 29, 2022
InLiquid is saddened to announce the passing of John Boyko, Jr.. John was not only a Member of the InLiquid Board but the loving supportive husband of InLiquid's Founder and Executive Director Rachel Zimmerman. He will be much missed by us all.
August 12, 2022
Beneath their veneer of light-hearted whimsy, nursery rhymes are often haunted by difficulty if not distress.
June 23, 2022
We’ve rounded up a few of the local vendors from Art for the Cash Poor 2022 as a teaser for you to browse beforehand!
Art for the Cash Poor
May 23, 2022
Steffy’s methodical pieces and Chalfen’s energetic works both acknowledge auditory aural beauty in a visual way through pops of color and intricate patterns.
May 5, 2022
The display of Cheryl Harper and rod jones ii’s installation-based and sculptural works in InLiquid’s exhibition, What Are We Claiming? demonstrates how artists engage archives in complex ways.
April 29, 2022
There’s a lot of history that comes along with Janos Korodi’s one-word title for his print on matte archival paper: Tiger.
April 13, 2022
Cuban Queens, an exhibition by Liz Goldberg, explores the archetype of the diva–the empowering, uninhibited woman and the ideas she represents–through vibrant colors, gestural mark-making, and lavishly dressed figures.
April 1, 2022
Young Americans, housed at the InLiquid Gallery, captures the treacherous, frustrating, but hopefully worthwhile campaign towards becoming American.
December 10, 2021