• Ryan Martin at VOLTA NY

    The paintings of San Francisco based Ryan Martin are hypnotic in their rich color and harken to the tradition when painters were inspired by a muse. His work captured our attention at VOLTA NY as it straddled the lines between an unapologetic imagination and fantastic vision.             Featured Image:  Ryan Martin, Sweet Thing, oil on […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 4, 2014
  • Adele Mills: Parallax Gap

    A photograph is just a flat surface it does not give enough or reveal enough- I want to get inside the image.  Photography has always disappointed me.  I have always wanted it to be more.  It promises an intimate return of a memory but it cannot fully deliver on that promise.  My frustration got me […]

    Adele Mills 0 Comments April 3, 2014
  • Darryll Schiff: The Barrage of the Digital World

    We were embedded with a strong technical craftsmanship because of the school’s New Bauhaus origins, yet at the same time we were led to be forward-thinking artists.  This could not have fit any better with my psyche and belief that as an artist, the tools we use are simply gateways to share our vision. Many […]

    Daryll Schiff 0 Comments April 3, 2014
  • Tatiana Botton: Tree of Life

    I shot this series in the Namib desert in the African country of Namibia. Personally, these Acacia trees represent the perfect image of the Tree of Life, the inspiration for this series.  The orange sand is caused by the oxidized iron in the sand.  The shapes of the trees contrast the fluidity of the dunes […]

    Tatiana Botton 0 Comments March 20, 2014
  • Franck Berthuot: The Oceanic Lens

    French photographer, Franck Berthuot moved to Hawaii to pursue his passion – water photography.  He shares his black and white photographs from his travels to Maui, Tahiti and Paia.  Berthuot dived for hours and shot thousands of pictures until capturing the perfect moment.               All images © of the artist

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments March 20, 2014
  • Mallory Morrison: Through the Fog

    During an unusually foggy week in Los Angeles, I found myself having a very visceral reaction to the weather and missing my native San Francisco. I took that feeling of homesickness and the visual idea of fog and put it in the water. The result was a mirror into my subconscious, the images told a […]

    Mallory Morrison 0 Comments March 20, 2014