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An exhibition of works reconstructing buildings from around the world. “Moving between the miniature and the large-scale, Giles’ two distinct bodies of work point to...Read More
An exhibition of sculptures by Japanese floral artist Azuma Makoto. “Makoto’s shiki I, a 5-foot ‘timeless pine tree’ encapsulated by an open steel frame, will be...Read More
An exhibition of time-based works created by Erika Blumenfeld during her residency in Antarctica. This series of works was created using a lensless camera built by the artist.
A two-person exhibition featuring multi-media works on canvas by Cincinnati-based artist Jimmy Baker and GIFs, screen-printed silks, and prints on Dibond by Brooklyn-based artist Matthew...Read More
Aja Martin, (Zhulong Gallery) and Hanh Ho (Cydonia Gallery) will conduct a discussion about collecting contemporary art.
An exhibition of recent digital works on canvas by London-based artist Luke Dowd–personal and formal arrangements of the artist’s stove top and belongings.
A solo exhibition of large, polygonal photographs by New York artist Mark Tribe that reframe the traditions of landscape art.
This exhibition of sculpture, works on paper, installation, and video projections by digital alchemists Matthew Plummer-Fernandez (UK) and Anne Katrine Senstad (NY) responds to popular...Read More
Lauren Woods uses various methods of assemblage and erasure as creative interventions. Last year, her Dallas Drinking Fountain #1 transformed a public fountain into an...Read More
The group show will feature video, new media, sculpture and two-dimensional work by Hiba Ali (Chicago), Tega Brain (Sydney and New York), Erika Blumenfeld (US),...Read More
New video works and large-scale prints from the Brooklyn-based artist.
Gorczynski will present new two-dimensional, sculptural and video works that investigate the overlap of virtual and actual states of being.