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Talia Chetrit

Talia Chetrit Work from her exhibition at Leslie Fritz. “Talia Chetrit’s current exhibition at Leslie Fritz, her third solo show with the gallery, originates in the artist’s revisiting old contact sheets from the first rolls of film she shot as a thirteen-year-old in the mid-1990s. They were intimate, direct portraits of the subjects most immediately […]

Jacob Riddle

Jacob Riddle Work from his oeuvre. “Separating from the camera and venturing into new means of image capture such as screen captures, animated gifs, and screen recordings has led me to become a landscape photographer, not exploring the west, but the graphical user interface and the great depths of the internet.” – Jacob Riddle

Barry Stone

Barry Stone Work from Many Worlds if Any @ Klaus von Nichtsaggend. “In Many Worlds If Any, his fourth solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend, Barry Stone continues to stretch the philosophical positions of his artistic practice within a world growing exponentially saturated with digital images. The show features seven framed photographs that employ various […]

JSBJ – Bartholomew

JSBJ – Bartholomew (group exhibition) @ 12 Mail. Works by Jeremie Egry, Martin Oppel, and Samuel Francois. “Physiological transformation, historical category, individual and collective statement, adolescence is fully marked by ambivalence and confusion. Despite this diversity, references relating to this transitional period continue to grow in importance, often to become the main components in the […]

Henrique Roscoe

Henrique Roscoe Work from Ponto. “Dot, a videogame with no winner’ is an audiovisual performance with synchronized sounds and images, played by a ‘game console’ built and programmed by the artist, and controlled by retro videogame (Nintendo) joysticks. The instrument is completely autonomous and works without the need of a computer, using only a projector […]

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 […]

Cameron Crone

Cameron Crone Work from his oeuvre. “I was trained as a photographer, but I never made photos like Lee Friedlander or Robert Frank. By that, I mean I never had a mode of working where I would go out into the world and make photographs intuitively. I made photos of specific things that I was […]

James Hyde

James Hyde Work from Inhere. “James Hyde’s paintings and objects are not about the act of seeing or about the world, but how they interact. Each painting is a membrane of the encounter between self and world. Its form can be understood as a perspective on to the world as much as a demonstration of […]

Jessica Eaton

Jessica Eaton Work from her oeuvre. “Her work explores what photography is and can be, looking at the themes of light, time and spatial relations. Creating images of geometry and colour that play with the viewers perceptions, all Eaton’s images are created in-camera. No post at all. Which is pretty impressive, especially with the photographs […]

Barbara Kasten

Barbara Kasten Work from Constructs. “Influenced by The Bauhaus and Constructivism, Barbara Kasten explores modes of reorganizing the visual environment. With geometric shapes, mirrors, glass, lighting gels and a lighting crew recruited from the film industry, she creates abstract interpretations of interior spaces and architectural details.” – MoCP