• A Captivating Collapse

      Friday, 17 September 2010 14:08

      Diana Al-Hadid’s sculptures are like Robert Smithson’s “quiet catastrophes,” moments of disaster and decay frozen in time and space. She builds elaborate, intensely physical, large-scale sculptures of what she has called “impossible architecture” in various states of decline. Depicting forms more historical than contemporary—cathedral spires, classical columns, large pipe organs, and Gothic towers, which are […]

    • Tremendous Idiosyncrasy

      Thursday, 16 September 2010 14:18

      Established in late 2008 by Noah Venezia, a Pratt Institute graduate and practicing designer, Stupendous is a biannual publication currently designed and printed in New York, NY. Randomly thematic, Stupendous remains free of design constraints while managing to achieve a distinct tone throughout. The final result is ultimately informed by submissions of its contributors, a […]

    • The Movement Away From Still Life

      Wednesday, 15 September 2010 14:22

      My name is Adel Abidin. I am an artist, working mainly in videos, video installations, installations, and most recently, photography. I’ve been living and working in Helsinki, Finland since 2001. Before that I lived in Baghdad, where I was born and raised. My visual discussions focus on issues such as cultural alienation, identity and marginalization. […]

    • In the Eye of the Consumer

      Tuesday, 14 September 2010 19:06

      Debra Hampton is best known for her psychedelic, mash-up collages of female heroines created from fashion and lifestyle magazine advertisements. To prepare for a work, Hampton scours through hundreds of printed images, selecting objects that signify social power, desire, immortality, and status. The details include luxury cars, jewelry, watches, haute couture, youthful body parts, and […]

    • Invisible Truths

      Tuesday, 14 September 2010 14:23

      At their core, the photographs Craig Doty creates are an exploration of the medium of photography itself. His aims lie in exploiting the traits of photography that are specific to its own being. Employing charged subject matter Doty aims to draw the viewer out of an apathetic viewing of the medium, to show that photography […]

    • Reciprocal Depths

      Monday, 13 September 2010 16:29

      To look at one of Ali Kazim’s paintings is not only to look at something remarkable, it is an observance of something deeply intriguing. Kazim is a highly skilled, accomplished painter, but he is also a compelling voice of mysterious and wondrous narratives. These stories contain subtle yet strong references to autobiographical accounts and reflections. […]

    • Sample Post

      Friday, 20 February 2009 22:22

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    • Sample Post

      Friday, 20 February 2009 22:22

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