Archives for posts tagged ‘conceptual’

DIS Magazine

DIS Magazine Work from DISimages “DIS Images marks a significant shift in the way artists approach stock photography. Onlines image databases proliferated in the early part of the last decade, and artists searched them and plundered them. Their aggregated findings reflected the multiplicity of potential meanings in both the images and the keywords that index […]

Hans Haacke

Hans Haacke Work from his oeuvre. “One of Haacke’s urgent concerns is the expanding relationship between corporations and museums. Another is the business ventures of major collectors and patrons in countries like South Africa. In the 1985 ”Buhrlesque,” his and hers shoes, each with a candle pointed upward out of the heel like an antiaircraft […]

Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt Work from Wall Drawings. “In 1968, LeWitt began to conceive sets of guidelines or simple diagrams for his two-dimensional works drawn directly on the wall, executed first in graphite, then in crayon, later in colored pencil and finally in chromatically rich washes of India ink, bright acrylic paint, and other materials.[10] Between 1969 […]

Slavs and Tatars

Slavs and Tatars Work from their oeuvre. “Slavs and Tatars is a faction of polemics and intimacies devoted to an area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China known as Eurasia. The collective’s work spans several media, disciplines, and a broad spectrum of cultural registers (high and low) focusing […]

Sean Raspet

Sean Raspet Work from his oeuvre. “Sean Raspet’s work focuses on circularities of time and logic that operate across multiple spheres of everyday life. His work considers the ‘extra-material’ materiality of processes of circulation and administration, as well as the parallel cycles of financial capital and the image economy. Present here is the idea of stock photography […]

Emma Spertus

Emma Spertus Work from “Spirit of the age“. “Spirit of the Age is a new piece made for a group show called Shift and Flow, currently on view at Dorsky Gallery in Long Island City, NY. This piece is the third in a series of installations inspired by our relationship with 1980′s modern architecture as seen through empty spaces, like […]

Free Transform

Free Transform at Third Party Gallery. Featuring Fleur van Dodewaard, Nick DeMarco, Bea Fremderman, JoJo Luzhou Li, and Santiago Taccetti. “Free Transform examines the burgeoning cross section of contemporary photography and the internet- moving away from the web browser as the locus in which we view these works, and moving towards less refined definitions of […]

Michael Morris

Michael Morris Work from Colour Research. “Colour Research is an ongoing pursuit of over 35 years and represents a significant holding of the Morris/Trasov Archive. The colour bars are part of this research and at present are in the archive. … Endless Painting. The existing system of monochrome and spectrum variations can be deployed formally, […]

New Media Lecture Series – Jason Huff

Jason Huff was born in Atlanta, GA in 1981. He recently received his MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work was recently exhibited at the MFA Thesis Exhibition at the Rhode Island Convention Center. Current and upcoming shows include Pixilerations in Providence, RI and BYOB in Cincinnati, OH. His project […]

Sol Hashemi

Sol Hashemi Work from Rock Show. “James Harris Gallery is pleased to present our first solo exhibition by Seattle artist Sol Hashemi. The show will include both sculpture and photography. Using rocks as the conceptual framework for the show Hashemi explores the idea of the “natural” environment and what it personifies. He questions the viewer […]