Sitting Still with Dominic Chambers

The artist aims to provide an alternate, intimate perspective of people of color during those quiet times that are often overlooked

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Mathew Cerletty’s Version of Human Existence is Alien

As simple as it often appears, Mathew Cerletty’s work has depths to it.
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Jordan Wolfson Takes Us Down The Digital Rabbit Hole

The latest from multimedia artist Jordan Wolfson has gallery-goers in New York buzzing.
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Christiane Spangsberg

"Time does not exist when making art."
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Josh Reames

"I'm most inspired by other artists that are prolific workers with a weird edge."
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Danielle Gottesman

"Many of my recent works are created with wood, but I’ve always been a multi-media artist."
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Joshua Abelow

"One interesting thing that I sort of go back to, it’s one of those things that’s so basic, is the continuum of art."
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Jonas Wood’s Prints Speak Volumes at Gagosian

The latest Jonas Wood exhibit showcases his trademark still lives.
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Katharina Grosse’s Installation: “The Horse Trotted Another Couple of Metres, Then it Stopped”

Written By Isabelle Davis German artist Katharina Grosse recently unveiled her installation at Carriageworks under the name “The Horse Trotted Another Couple of Metres, Then it Stopped.” Part of the Sydney Art Festival of 2018 and a third part of the Schwartz Carriageworks series of projects shown internationally, Grosse’s work responds to Carriagework’s industrial architecture…
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Gabriel Barcia-Colombo

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo is a mixed media artist whose work questions technology’s effect on humans’ relationships to time, memory, and death.
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