Urban explorers are not rare, nor are those photographers who capture the surfaces of the city, but Monica Kass Rogers is in a class by herself.
Combining two disparate bodies of work in an ode to the comprehensive potentials and responsible limitations of painting itself.
Chitty, the sculptural puppeteer of sublime composition, creates invigorated pieces by combining familiar objects in unfamiliar ways.
Odorless, touchless, and dimensionless though they are, the works on view, all composed on an iPad (or series of iPads strung together) are not without their charm.
Peter Anastos, HG’s founder and curator, arranged a tasteful selection of artworks less so about mourning and more so about suspense, humor, and the eerie with a touch of creep.
For an artist, knowing how to present work is almost as important as the work itself.
A vibrant blend of watercolor, gouache and colored pencils that radiate in an array of comforting colorful hues. From a distance, they seem almost abstract. Upon closer glance, the paintings on paper are filled with bodies…
The exhibition takes viewers through an international historical maze of drawings, paintings, prints, photographs, and films of the “first homosexual” artists. Wrightwood 659 examines how queer artists view themselves and how the world viewed them as well.
An exhibition that aims to re-examine historical photography and its implications in modern society. The eight artists examine in critical detail the meanings and expressions of earlier photographers.
Itatani paints a mysterious but familiar world, its meaning just beyond our reach. Grand in vision and in scale, immense canvases depict palatial baroque libraries set against the cosmos.