Archives for the Month of March, 2019

Wendy Red Star

Wendy Red Star Work from her oeuvre. “Artist Wendy Red Star works across disciplines to explore the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures, both historically and in contemporary society. Raised on the Apsáalooke (Crow) reservation in Montana, Red Star’s work is informed both by her cultural heritage and her engagement with many forms […]

Pixy Liao

Pixy Liao Work from Experimental Relationship. “As a woman brought up in China, I used to think I could only love someone who is older and more mature than me, who can be my protector and mentor. Then I met my current boyfriend, Moro. Since he is 5 years younger than me, I felt that […]

Amanda Curreri

Amanda Curreri Work from COUNTRY HOUSE_ at Romer Young Gallery. “Curreri currently resides in a purple state in a city imprinted with the socio-geography of American racism. Cincinnati, OH is nestled along the Ohio River, which in antebellum times signified the dividing line between the North and South. Teaching and making art in this context […]

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 […]