Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman took her own life in 1981 at the age of 22. Raised in Colorado, laid to rest in New York, she was known for her haunting black and white portraits, of which she was often the subject.

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Aaron McElroy

Brooklyn- based Aaron McElroy is a photographer that voyueristically captures moments of banal domesticity, particularly in the form of young women and the environments surrounding them. Washed out snapshots of crevices and curves of the female body carry with them a sense of privacy not otherwise caught.

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Ernesto Artillo

Working primarily in Fashion, Ernesto Artillo is an editorial collagist, as I would like to call him. He transforms high fashion into fractured, distorted portraits, using photography and collage. His work varies from obscure, minimalist collage to more dizzying and surreal landscapes (at times echoing Cubism) with the human body being cut by bold stripes of color…

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Selina Mayer

Selina Mayer is a UK based photographer who creates eerily intimate black and white images of both the human body and form as well as landscape. They are fashioned in the style of the old photographic masters (think Avedon, Penn, Weston), focusing primarily on the figure; the curves, crevices, shadows, and marks of all humans. Her…

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Seung-Hwan Oh

Seung-Hwan Oh is an experimental photographer and microbiologist working in Seoul, South Korea. In his recent series, Impermanence, “…he cultivates fungus that he applies to his film. Through this process, the microorganisms slowly devour the film…the intended result is what appears through disappearance…”.

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Deenesh Ghyczy Part Dos

In June of 2012 we featured German painter extraordinaire Deenesh Ghyczy, with his fragmented portraits. Here is new work from the Berlin-based artist who continues his practice of creating works that are serene, contemplative, and gaze into each subjects’ deeper conscious.

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John Grade

The work of John Grade is dynamic and ever-changing; interested in natural material, form, decay and the passing of time, Grade creates sculptures both indoors and outdoors. He works in all scales, but his most astounding works are site – specific large sculptures, that often travel to canyons, mountains, glaciers and bodies of water to…

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Natasha Cousens

Natasha Cousens creates sculptures that can be considered a new form of taxidermy. Instead of the real thing, her pieces are beautifully crafted wooden sculptures of woodland creatures like foxes, deers, and rabbits. These cute forest dwellers are often embellished with decorative elements such as floral wreaths or guised in an unnatural color; making Cousen’s…

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Beccy Ridsdel

Beccy Ridsdel is a sculptor working primarily with  ceramics. In this series, Art/Craft, she acts as a doctor performing a surgery to dissect the object to discover what is within. The installation is comprised of a number of plates, mugs, and handles and as the surgery continues, she peels away more and more layers only to discover…

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Uchujin- Adrian Storey

Uchujin translates to “alien”, and is the moniker for photographer Adrian Storey. A British photographer and filmmaker living in Tokyo states that he “would rather be an alien than an outsider”. This statement speaks to his work, as each of his series explores those that live outside the confines of social expectations and norms. He…

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Rogelio Manzo

“…I find a brute yet honest identity of my subjects…” states Rogelio Manzo. His journey as an artist began studying architecture, but the rigidity and formality of architectural practice led him to painting where he creates chaotic, dark and brooding, yet harmonious “portraits”.  His past in architecture is not lost though, as geometric elements sneak…

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Sophie Kahn

Sophie Kahn  is a sculptor that combines digital and analog technology such as 3-d laser printing and ancient bronze casting to create stunning, fragmented figures. As she states “they engage questions of time, history, vision, identity and the body.” She recently received her MFA in Art & Technology Studies at the Art Institute of Chicago and…

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Robert C. Jackson

It wasn’t until the mid 1990s that Robert C. Jackson settled into painting as a career. Taking his experiences as an engineer and pastor, Jackson creates Realist paintings littered with popular American brands and objects. Seemingly playful at first, they are highly sophisticated and controlled, with imagery akin to Koons and Johns, although each piece…

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Melissa Gamwell

Melissa Gamwell is a sculptor based out of New York. She creates pieces that are akin to singular studies in abstraction of common industrial objects, working primarily in ceramic and metal. Strangely shaped spoons and small vessels are cast in polished bronze or muted pastels. Her sculptures are as much about form as they are…

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