Archives for posts tagged ‘black and white’

Sam Moyer

Sam Moyer Work from her oeuvre. “Examining these mysterious pictures up close you wonder if Ms. Moyer made them by meticulously copying photographs of wrinkled fabric, as Tauba Auerbach does. Ms. Moyer produces them by a kind of tie-dye process. She crumples sheets of fabric, dyes them black, stretches them out, makes stripes using bleach […]

Ana Torfs

Ana Torf Work from her oeuvre. “Ana Torfs was born in Belgium in 1963. Her work consists of various installations with slide projections, photo series, a web project, a feature film, several publications etc. Torfs has dealt, among others, with questions such as perception, representation and the construction of images and identity. She has also […]

Ryan Perez

Ryan Perez Work from Three Sisters. “In the series Three Sisters, Perez has titled each work after a ship on Columbus’ maiden voyage to the Americas. The studio constructions in these three photos are comprised of floral-patterned fabrics, reflective foils, plastics — reworkings of inexpensive, mass-produced goods that likely made their own voyage to the […]

Ryan Estep

Ryan Estep Work from his oeuvre. “Rooted in the latent content of materials, my current body of work examines the phenomena of touch and it’s diverse relationship between labor and value. Between the affect of construction work and art handling my practice explores various modes of touch through objects and audience. Materials such as heat […]

Mårten Lange

Mårten Lange Work from Another Language “In Another Language Mårten Lange examines the natural world and the sciences surrounded by it. By capturing flora, animals, and natural phenomena he creates a visual enigmatic and intimate world where the subjects are distanced from their environments; they appear as sculptures in frozen photographic moments. The aesthetics of science and […]

LIA

LIA Work from Black & White. “The Austrian artist LIA – one of the early pioneers of Software and Net Art – has been creating digital art, installations and sound works since 1995. Her works combine various traditions of drawing and painting with the aesthetic of digital images and algorithms. They are characterized by a […]

Fleming Ove Bech

Fleming Ove Bech Work from his oeuvre. “Danish photographer Flemming Ove Bech’s images are satisfyingly simple. Taking a straightforward, sculptural approach to image making, Bech’s work combines unremarkable everyday components in a playful manner. Shapes and tones are flattened by the photographic plane and rendered in an oscillating palate of delicately muted pastel hues, and […]

Adam McEwen

Adam McEwen Work from his oeuvre. “Adam McEwen wrote actual obituaries for The Daily Telegraph in London before he ever turned the genre into artwork, writing obituaries for still living and breathing celebrities like Kate Moss and Jeff Koons (he’s done nine in total and has three more on the way). Seeing news in an […]

Brion Nuda Rosch

Brion Nuda Rosch Work from his oeuvre. “Deconstructing or rearranging the commonplace, making new, jarring the viewer out of an object or photograph’s sense of embedded context, Brion Nuda Rosch’s sculptural works and collages make us better aware of what is the immediacy in our environments. Often simplifying the analogical process we bring to a […]

Talia Chetrit

Talia Chetrit Work from her oeuvre. “Talia Chetrit’s second solo show at Renwick Gallery could be described as a satisfying instance of something simple done well. After all, what could be more straightforward than a group of elegantly composed, black and white, still-life studies of pattern, form, texture and light? Chetrit’s exhibition featured images of […]