Feel each stroke, both diligent and chaotic, in Alex Gibson’s unique body of work

2019 Yale School of Arts graduate Alex Gibson works through a unique stroke that dances between abstract expressionism, and cartoon rendering.

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Julie Curtiss

Julie Curtiss' paintings evoke both humor and darkness, familiarity and strangeness.
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Katherine Bernhardt

Katherine Bernhardt is known for painting a hodgepodge of consumer symbols, tropical animals, and everyday objects, such as cigarettes and Doritos chip, onto vibrant colored canvases.
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The 'People' at Jeffrey Deitch are Genuine Representations

By not leaving any rendering off limits, Deitch gives us a very untraditional sculpture show.
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Cole Sayer

Cole Sayer discusses his temporary hiatus from art and his plans for the future.
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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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