Archives for posts tagged ‘gradient’

Katharina Fengler

Katharina Fengler Work from her oeuvre. “…We probably could have a long conversation now about the terms “pure” and “authentic”. But I have to laugh a bit… did he mean by “vacuum” that he perceives a lot of contemporary art as empty and shallow? I think I understand to some extent what he means. And […]

Valerie Green

Valerie Green Work from Look Up at Charlie James Gallery. “All the world may once have been a stage, but it is certainly now a screen. In her solo gallery debut at Charlie James, L.A. artist Valerie Green gives us a smartphone eye’s view of the sublime: the sky above our heads. The nine images […]

Luke Turner

Luke Turner Work from his oeuvre. “Luke Turner (b.1982, Manchester, UK) is an artist and writer based in London. His work investigates the operations and oscillations of art, exploring notions of presence and excess within the visual realm. His practice evolved out of his work as an early net pioneer in the ’90s, when he […]

Justin Morin

Justin Morin Work from Poison at Galerie Jeanroch Dard. “Justin Morin’s multifaceted work is on view at Galerie Jeanroch Dard in the frame of his solo exhibition, the second at the gallery, titled Poison. The French artist presents his delicate installations seemingly acting at the borders of different worlds. The reference to artistic movements of […]

Joel Dean

Joel Dean Work from The Mutant and the Melody at Jancar Jones. The show takes its structure from the dichotomy of an ancient form of cultural inheritance, the fable. It includes two pieces that remain in flux for the full duration of the exhibition. Like the driving forces in the narrative of a fable, the […]

Paul Flannery

Paul Flannery Work from 7 Rainbow Minutes. “7 rainbow minutes is part of an occasional series of clocks. Each clock uses a computer file type to keep its time. Often this is a gif with each frame ticking over at one second intervals. In this piece though, each minute is witness to one colour of […]

Thomas Deyle

Thomas Deyle Work from his oeuvre. “This theory is the basis of my interest in my work since 1989, when my first painting was on a glass plate. In the figures presented here are only seeing paintings on Plexiglas panels. On frosted Plexiglas panels in thin glazes is color coated to color light areas and […]

Alex Isreal

Alex Isreal Work from Property. “…The title Property refers to the Hollywood studio prop department. For Property, 2011, at Peres Projects’ Kreuzberg gallery, Israel has amassed a collection of sculptures culled from the thousands of readymade props available for rent at prop houses in Berlin and at the Babelsberg movie studio. In the gallery, the […]

Vincent Dulom

Vincent Dulom Work from his oeuvre. “…I manipulate pigment without premeditation, carefully avoiding imposing a gesture. painting is subtle. Trying to intervene as little as possible, I work intuitively, so as not to pre- judice the result. uncertainty informs my attitude. When I begin working I do not want anything in particular, I only respect […]

Espírito Santo

Espírito Santo Work from his oevure. “Espírito Santo’s personal interpretation of the minimalist aesthetic has been described by The New York Times as “a pure form of visual perception” and by Frieze magazine as a means to “sort out the chaos of everyday experience”. And yet, despite this distinguished profile on the world stage, Iran do Espírito Santo remains […]