• Rainer Hosch: The Vanguard Diaries

    As I walk through this world with my camera, I document glimpses of the artistic practice that would otherwise remain a mystery.  This is a personal look at some of my favorite moments visiting artists’ in their studios.  The places I find are special to me, labs of ideas and expression where the people are […]

    Rainer Hosch 0 Comments July 12, 2013
  • Gabriel de la Mora: Lost in the Method

    Hair, eggshells, and Post-its transform once they enter Gabriel de la Mora’s laboratory.  Equipped with unique tools, the craftsman transmutes discarded materials into detailed works of art driven by process and investigation.  As he expresses, “My definition of art is parallel with the definition of energy, stated as: Art is not created or destroyed, it […]

    Lily Duarte 0 Comments July 6, 2013
  • June Wayne: The June Wayne Connection

    The influence of June Wayne extends beyond the walls of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.   Like a stone that ripples water in a pond, her work and legacy continue to influence the practice of Lithography and have impacted the lives of Installation founders A. Moret and Garet Field-Sells.  In many ways she is an artist that […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 28, 2013
  • Berndnaut Smilde’s Manufactured Phenomenon

    For a fleeting moment, Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls clouds, an intangible natural phenomenon, by pressing a single button on a remote control.  Triggering a smoke machine into an environment where variables like temperature, humidity and light are carefully monitored, Smilde creates a picturesque, billowing cloud that assumes a natural density and airiness in a […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 21, 2013
  • William Powhida: How We, the Art Community, Value Art

    Bill by Bill signals a radical point of departure for William Powhida.  The exhibition marks the first time that the artist has fabricated works to accompany his trompe l’oeil text based paintings.  Exploring a range of art movements and styles from Post-Minimalism to taxidermy, Powhida presents a dialogue based on the reciprocity between critique and […]

    William Powhida 0 Comments June 7, 2013
  • William Powhida: Tropes in the Art Market

    William Powhida describes the narrative and use of stylistic tropes behind a selection of panels in his current solo exhibition Bill by Bill at Charlie James Gallery.     The panels in Bill by Bill serve a few purposes in the show from authenticating the objects which are all unsigned products of commercial and collaborative fabrication, to […]

    William Powhida 0 Comments June 7, 2013