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A single 8 1/2 by 11 inch page in the Conturbatio series from Richard Kraft’s solo show “Something with Birds In It” presents an intricate collage of disjointed text with an illustration of a black and white nude figure in the foreground. His right arm extends outward, pointing a gun at the viewer. The gesture [...]

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If These Walls Could Talk- A Conversation a collaboration between Charlie James Gallery and Marine makes evident that an artist’s dialogue transcends time and space and manifests in an manner as unexpected as playing a game of “telephone.” Works from artists Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet, Jow, Steve Lambert, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Littlewhitehead, Christopher Michlig, [...]

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For William Powhida “I” is an Other.  This diabolical “otherness” is not a wholly separate entity of ourselves rather (re) presented in our own image to say what we cannot. The underlying tension created in “No One Here Gets Out Alive” is the battle between artist and art critic William Powhida and his quick-witted, twisted- [...]

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Libby Black’s sixth solo show Timeless at Charles James Gallery demonstrates the artist’s savoir faire of constructing and reproducing exclusive commodities using only acrylic paper and a hot glue gun.  Her eye is both masterful and deceptive when it comes to mimicking the aesthetic of luggage pieces and hatboxes of brand names that include Prada, [...]

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