• Cross-Cultural Ingenuity

      Wednesday, 25 May 2011 16:54

          “We are not just speaking about an idea or archaic element in the collective subconscious of a people, but about the embodiment of our archaic atavism which becomes an active entity, just like a creature itself.” “We are not just speaking about an idea or archaic element in the collective subconscious of a […]

    • The Body as Record

      Wednesday, 25 May 2011 16:42

          “The body is an instrument through which I experience life, and record my biography and personal history.”   Nelly Agassi, Bedroom, 2005. Wood construction, mattresses, quilt, 8.6 x 11.3 meters. Courtesy of Dvir gallery and the artist.   Nelly Agassi I work and live in Tel-Aviv. My media is performance, video, installation and […]

    • Cradle Stories

      Wednesday, 25 May 2011 15:56

          “The domestic sphere, long associated with antiquated views of femininity, is portrayed in a new light as the site of ritual.” “The domestic sphere, long associated with antiquated views of femininity, is portrayed in a new light as the site of ritual.”   Lucas Soi It all started with this article in Fortune […]

    • Anne Ferrer’s Billowing Beauty

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 19:44

          “This ‘live ballet’ brings a continuous element of chaos..” “This ‘live ballet’ brings a continuous element of chaos, surprise and joy, like a floating bubble, or a shimmering shrine, to one of the busiest avenues in New York City.” Courtesy of the artist and the Lab Gallery. LAB Gallery The Lab (for installation […]

    • Turbulent Terrain

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 03:43

          “Abstracted, these forces and structures develop a psychological dimension, evoking subjective experiences of the mind’s textures, intensities, and silences…” “Abstracted, these forces and structures develop a psychological dimension, evoking subjective experiences of the mind’s textures, intensities, and silences…”   Leslie Shows, Nitrogen Cycle/10 Reds, 2010. Mixed media on panel, 75 x 120 inches. […]

    • Embroidered Tales

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 03:32

          “With my embroidery, I invent other possible evolutionary dimensions for the people pictured. I re-invent them and enmesh them into new forms of visual kinship.” “With my embroidery, I invent other possible evolutionary dimensions for the people pictured. I re-invent them and enmesh them into new forms of visual kinship.”      Maurizio […]

    • Assuming Both Roles

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 03:04

          “The question of playing both muse and artist is prevalent in these images, and seems to constantly swing from un-empowered and possibly ravaged, to downright brazen and ribald.” Jeanine Woollard, Native, 2009. Digital C-print, 60 x 90 cm. Courtesy of the artist. “The question of playing both muse and artist is prevalent in […]

    • The Lady Cheese Shop

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 02:35

         Set up as another sleek little boutique, a passerby may just have continued on down the street had it not been for the line outside and full capacity crowd huddled inside the Michael Mut Gallery the night of April 28th. Onlookers shuffled nervously, trying to get a read on how things were going inside […]

    • Tree House: May 11-31, 2011

      Wednesday, 18 May 2011 02:12

          “By using the urban surroundings as the exhibition space, this intervention becomes not only an immersive experience, but also a journey of discovery.” “By using the urban surroundings as the exhibition space, this intervention becomes not only an immersive experience, but also a journey of discovery.”     New York Photo Festival Robert […]

    • New Paintings by Daniel Peddle

      Tuesday, 17 May 2011 16:20

          “Finding the intersection between 70’s psychedelia and magic realism, Peddles hauntingly beautiful works literally shimmer.” “Finding the intersection between 70’s psychedelia and magic realism, Peddles hauntingly beautiful works literally shimmer.”   Jason Stopa   Reflecting on a memory, John Ashberry began City Afternoon stating “A veil of haze protects this, long ago afternoon, […]

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