Archive for July 2011


“For a Long Time…” is a collection of works – from Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Hamish Fulton, Whitney Hubbs, Erica Love, Raymond Pettibon and Kehinde Wiley – which focuses on duration and the physicality endured in performance, and non-performance art works. A video work by Wiley assembles men in one quadrant of a television monitor, [...]

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Works from Northern California artists Daniel Phill and Terry Thompson at first seem a disparate pairing. Thompson renders neon signage while Phill studies flora employing a gestural technique that nearly obscures the subject altogether. The former paintings are calculated and controlled, the latter are as organic as the plant life depicted. But both paint their [...]

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Through the lens of New York filmmaker and photographer Josh Azzarella, images shared in the collective memory of popular culture are subject to revision. Engaging in a meticulous process of rendering culled archival footage frame by frame, and then juxtaposing his own images as if they were a delicate mirage, Azzarella considers a fragile past [...]

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