ARTISTS

Aura Rosenberg lives and works in New York and Berlin. Her work probes sexuality, gender, childhood, artistic identity and historical construction. Her diverse practice draws on photography, video, painting, sculpture, installation and performance. She has published three books of photographs: Head Shots, (StopOver Press 1996), a series of black/white portraits…

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The artist JPW3 (J. Patrick Walsh) has described his materials — wax, tuning forks, car engines, doorways, popcorn —as “an excess of fuel,” which he directs toward his various experiments in painting, installation, performance and holography. Now, in a show called “Figure Ascending a Return,” which opened Aug. 17 at…

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New York-based artist Caitlin Keogh’s paintings segment mannequin-like female bodies and surround them with objects, symbols and patterns. Through Caitlin’s sharp, graphic style, her artworks explore the idea of femininity, the body as an object and the self. Keogh produces finely detailed paintings and drawings of textile patterns and fashion accessories,…

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Jim Drain (b. 1975 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a multi media artist based in Los Angeles, California. He graduated with a BFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1998. Drain was a member of Forcefield, a collective that explored the merging of music, performance film and…

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Bozidar Brazda (b.1972) is a canadian born artist; he lives and works in New York. Brazda’s work consists of silk screens, wall texts, and audio recordings. In recent years the artist has moved away from his earlier “narrative-driven” installations to a minimalist Pop Art that reflects his continued interest in…

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Servane Mary is a french born artist who works with appropriated press images of women from the 1940s to the ’70s. In an act of “refiguration” she explores the connections between representation, identity, history and memory, and in which she treats photographs as physical entities. Her work is often presented…

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