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1/31/2011

Studio Gallery: Sam Erenberg

Studio Gallery: Sam Erenberg

VIDEO INTERVIEW

. “Some things that I started to explore were new music, movement, video, closed circuit TV and porta packs. Though my graduate thesis was in painting and not film, this did not keep me from exploring many media.”

1/27/2011

The Abstractionist – A Group Show

The Abstractionist – A Group Show

Featuring: Greg Bernhardt, Nicholas Dahmann, Yehonatan Koenig,
Courtney Reid, Suzanna Schulten, Kymm Swank, and Christina Thomas.

1/26/2011

Art Rotterdam 2011

Art Rotterdam 2011

Taken literally, Anouk Kruithof dissects the medium of photography. Figuratively speaking, the project is about letting go of emotional experiences. The cut up of her old photographs symbolizes letting go of a past, which entails memories.

Julian Hoeber

Julian Hoeber

Hoeber will be debuting The Execution Changes, a suite of new abstract paintings, alongside Endless Chair, a modular and infinitely expandable seating unit, and, His and Hers, a pair of adult sized cradles inspired by traditional Shaker furniture design.

1/14/2011

Forti on All Fours

Forti on All Fours

“A bear turns by swinging the weight of his head over to the side and letting his whole body be pulled into the new direction.” [...]

1/13/2011

Susanna Majuri: Nordic Water Tales

Susanna Majuri: Nordic Water Tales

Finnish photo artist Susanna Majuri is the storyteller of the North. In her pictures, her thoughts always return to Iceland, the land of her dreams. Majuri portrays people living not only in Iceland, but also in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, because to her mind, there’s a little bit of Iceland in every Nordic country.

1/12/2011

Judithe Hernandez: La Vida Sobre Papel

Judithe Hernandez: La Vida Sobre Papel

Through the female figure, Hernández explores the themes of violence and femicide while making references to love, seduction, and Mexican popular culture. Since the late 1960s, she has been fundamental in the Chicano art movement, and was the only woman in the influential collective Los Four.

1/11/2011

New Work on Canvas by Dana Crossan

New Work on Canvas by Dana Crossan

A graduate of the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design, Crossan’s stunningly chromatic, brilliantly rendered canvases have been exhibited in group shows throughout the South as well as in New York, Hungary and France. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in Manhattan.

Jesse McCloskey: New World Nightmares

Jesse McCloskey: New World Nightmares

McCloskey considers himself an abstract artist. He begins each work by making several large colorful abstract paintings which he then cuts into hundreds of exacting sculptural shapes. These small pieces of painted paper are then applied to a stretched canvas, layer by layer, building up dimension, color, impact and design. The final work is representational, haunting and mysterious and can be twenty to thirty layers thick….

Leslie Thornton’s “Binocular”

Leslie Thornton’s “Binocular”

Thornton’s exquisite ongoing investigations of the cinematic image have taken her into a new and unexpected territory, where she traces the complex interactions between nature, technology, and abstraction.

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