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Alex Gardner

Alex Gardner Work from RomCom at The Hole. “Welcome to Alex Gardner’s 1st solo show in New York, “RomCom”, featuring fourteen new acrylic on linen paintings by the Long Beach-based artist. His entangled ink-black bodies are draped with dramatically folding white cotton separates and posed in pastel environments where the reflections of color produce subtle […]

Paul Mpagi Sepuya

Paul Mpagi Sepuya Work from his oeuvre. “Photographs, and photographs of photographs; cameras, and cameras pointing at cameras; models, and models posing as models: A kind of brooding over these—and the conundrum of whether, by distancing and framing portions of reality, photography thereby deconstructs itself—typifies a technical formalism that has become widespread of late. Artists […]

Karina Skvirsky Aguilera

Karina Skvirsky Aguilera Work from Folds in the Photograph at DPM Gallery. “We can understand the work of Karina Skvirsky Aguilera as the mechanism through which she seeks to continuously discover the profiles of her own identity, within the complex plot of ethnicity, gender, customs and family mythology woven around her experiences within the dissimilar […]

Nadiya Nacorda

Nadiya Nacorda Work from Through Venus. “Being a mixed womxn of both Filipinx and Black South African decent, but growing up Black in America, my identity has been a complex subject in my life. My outward perceived value and identity shifts depending on the space I am in, both public and private. I spent much […]

KangHee Kim

KangHee Kim Work from O0ps.

Inside Out Upside Down

Inside Out Upside Down In the sixth edition of The Photographers’ Gallery’s – ‘Open Door‘ series, Wandering Bears will take up residence for an interactive exhibition held over a three day period in the London gallery’s top floor studio space. Through the exhibition ‘Inside Out Upside Down‘ – Wandering Bears would like to invite the […]

Johan Rosenmunthe

Johan Rosenmunthe Work from Camping at the Solo River @ Tranen. “Past, future and a compact ungraspable contemporary now appear to be folded into one complex state in Johan Rosenmunthe’s solo exhibition. Rosenmunthe’s immersive installation takes its starting point at the earliest known pre-historic designs done by Homo erectus on seashells found on the Indonesian island of […]

In the Flesh, Part II: Potential Adaptations

In the Flesh, Part II: Potential Adaptations Works by Ivana Basic, Hannah Black, Megan Daalder, Cécile B. Evans, and Martha Friedman at Gallery Diet “Gallery Diet is pleased to present In the Flesh, Part II: Potential Adaptations, a group exhibition curated by Courtney Malick, on view from February 6 to March 12, 2016. In the Flesh Part ll: Potential Adaptations builds […]

What a Silencer Sounds Like

What a Silencer Sounds Like Work by Sinae Yoo and Adam Cruces at Kunsthaus Langenthal “Does a silencer really sound like it does in a thriller? Why do drivers in movies always move the steering wheel? Why were only tinned exotic fruit experienced as authentic by Koreans in the past? Productive misinterpretation of situations and things […]

Jeremy Deprez

Jeremy Deprez Work from Common Nouns at Feuer/Mesler “Common Nouns is a collection of paintings developed through attempts to momentarily experience and analyze articles culled from DePrez’s immediate environment.  DePrez imposes humor, self-described awkwardness, and a variety of painterly strategies to build up a visual and material history within each painting.  These impositions encourage the formation of […]