Alejandra Martinez’s Anónimo Invites its Audience to Reconnect with Art

Martinez created Anónimo to encourage the purchase of art as a process free of preconceived ideas.

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Pat Phillips Calls on His Own History to Spotlight Systemic Inequities

Phillips' work is full of multifaceted elements, both in styling and meaning.
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Eleanor Swordy Combines Memory with Imagination

Swordy creates works that originate from a combination of her imagination and memories.
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Gagosian’s ‘Domestic Horror’ Questions the Most Familiar Realms

One of the oldest and most established names in the blue-chip gallery world has shown its willingness to be forward-thinking by hosting a buzz-worthy exhibition.
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Jaime Muñoz is Driven by Self-Reflection

Before starting his career as an artist, Muñoz gained experience as a working class laborer. 
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Florine Imo’s Busy Work Tells Simple Stories

Imo finds inspiration for her work through her desire to touch people.
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Gabriel Mills Displays an Intrinsic Connection to his Ancestry

Adopting a Surrealist essence, Mills paintings are inspired by his own ancestors and the spirituality present in African and Indigenous art.
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Aaron Isaac is Building a Platform to Tell the Stories of Artists

Isaac's versatile and global upbringing gave him a first hand look into the existing gap between arts and society at large.
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Georgina Gratrix Merges Humor with Critique

Gratrix layers thick coats of paint to create imagery she considers kitsch, gaudy, and banal.
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Jenna Gribbon’s Figures Gel with the Present Moment

Gribbon has been painting figuratively for years but feels she is just now coming into a definitive style.
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