Archives for posts tagged ‘modification’

Arslan Sükan

Arslan Sükan Work from INtheVISIBLE at Galerist. “Through a process of eradications and slight additions, Arslan Sukan assembles photographs based on the formulaic codes that dominate the installation views of white-cube gallery spaces. His digital images document international venues, many of them familiar and some even identifiable, prompting seasoned art viewers to engage in a […]

Ends of the Earth

Ends of the Earth Featuring works from Johan Stephen, Charles Eams and Ray Eams, Robert Smithson, and SUPERSTUDIO. “Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974 is the first large-scale, historical-thematic exhibition to deal broadly with Land art, capturing the simultaneous impulse emergent in the 1960s to use the earth as an artistic medium and […]

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 […]

Riyo Nemeth

Riyo Nemeth Work from her oeuvre. “My work is often based around an interest in people’s perception of, and reaction to,  archetypes, associations and cultural memory – and how they might try to relate their previous experiences to something they’ve never seen. ‘Suspension of disbelief’ is the phrase I’m interested in – which is to […]

Adam Cruces

Adam Cruces Work from (Un)finished. “This series of images is based on paintings that were left unfinished by artists throughout history. The paintings have been ‘finished’ by Adobe Photoshop CS5′s Content-Aware Fill feature.” – Adam Cruces

Baptiste Debombourg

Baptiste Debombourg Work from Turbo. “The turbo wave of the 80′s left its mark on the industry and on the whole cultural situation in Western Europe. It became a model of behavior. The sound effect gives sensation of real physical power. To advance, the people from East Europe put some more “tuning” everywhere – for […]

Gordon Matta Clark

Gordon Matta Clark Work from his oeuvre (including Conical Intersect and Office Baroque). “Like his father, the Surrealist painter Roberto Sebastian Matta Echaurren, Gordon Matta-Clark studied to be an architect. While it never became his profession, architecture—with its inextricable relationship to private and public space, urban development and decay—became his medium and subject matter. Using […]

Sean Higgins

Sean Higgins Work from Difficulties with Interplanetary Travel. “Through his pieces, Higgins prods at the human instinct to associate images with the familiar. Namely, there is a tendency for viewers to look for a “real” object/place that exists or has existed when confronted with an amorphous shape in nature, like a cloud or unidentifiable landmass. […]

Lee Gainer

Lee Gainer Work from Group Therapy. “We have a tendency to seek out others with similar interests and ideas. Within these found groups, we can discover a place to belong, to be ourselves. When these ideas or interests require a certain uniform, whether for safety reasons or a consistent visual appearance, it serves to underscore […]

Josh Poehlein

Josh Poehlein Work from Borderlands. “Pisces. For the week of April 3, 2008. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson told The Washington Post the following fun facts: “There are more molecules of water in a cup of water than cups of water in all the world’s oceans. This means that some molecules in every cup of water […]