Archives for posts tagged ‘rocks’

Steffen Bunte

Steffen Bunte Work from his oeuvre. “Our aim is clarity – clarity about ourselves, about our existence.Certainly, however, is just clarity on the diffuse.Ultimately, the ellipse, which brings us again to our starting point. Is there a pattern for the existence – of being a matrix? It is not about answers – rather questions which bring […]

Jim Hodges

Jim Hodges Work from his exhibition at Gladstone (2011/24th Street). “Gladstone Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Jim Hodges, which will be mounted across both gallery spaces in Chelsea and marks the artist’s first project at the gallery’s New York locations. For over two decades, Hodges has employed a broad […]

Samara Scott

Samara Scott Work from her oeuvre. ” I think about it as a sort of liquidy making, where naive absent-minded processes direct material – leftovers, scum, scraps that I surround myself with – and trickle it through all sorts of ranges. This might be anything from an interiors range, a fashion range or a range […]

Scott Wolniak

Scott Wolniak Work from his oeuvre. “With his new body of work presented in this exhibition, Wolniak continues his use of cause and effect to unlock what he perceives as a hidden interiority. He has created a series of plaster sculptures and relief paintings that investigate internalized process and bidirectional becoming, but the material stakes […]

Marie Lund

Marie Lund WOrk from her oeuvre. “A shoehorn sits between a shoe and a hand. A compact disc plated with gold, a door handle, a light bulb, a clothes hanger. Two part words. Stones stand as geological specimens – extracts from a vast landscape, but up close they are their own vast landscapes, entire mountains. […]

Zhan Wang

Zhan Wang Work from My Personal Universe. “Beijing’s esteemed sculptor Zhan Wang conceptualizes the depths of the galaxy in his latest exhibition My Personal Universe, transforming the UCCA‘s exhibition hall into a scene reminiscent of the Big Bang Theory. Wang’s dynamic work is presented as a sculpture and video installation, requiring an extensive production process […]

Martin Oppel

Martin Oppel Work from his oeuvre. “Dominating his space were what appeared to be gravity-defying stacks of rock, marble and concrete, which were in fact sculptures made from styrofoam painted and modeled just enough to deceive for an instant. But unlike a magician’s levitation trick, Oppel wants his illusions to be broken, so that the viewer […]

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 […]

Gaël Odilon Paccard

Gaël Odilon Paccard Work from Bits and Pieces. Bits and pieces is simultaneously familiar and foreign. This dichotomy, however, is not necessarily what draws me to the work. The images patently acknowledge the image as an effect of process. While one could argue that the image of image inherently addresses the function of the photograph, what is often missing is the […]

Jessica Pooch

Jessica Pooch Work from her oeuvre. INSIDE MONDRIAN The work “inside Mondrian” is constituted in an installation consisting of a projector, a fog machine, a Metal tube and a ventilator. Beamer and fog machine to face off in a line. The projector projects the image without interruption. The fog machine is equipped with a metal pipe […]