• Andy Moses: Recent Works

    The paintings of Andy Moses possess an intense magnetism defined by a palette of hypnotic pearlescent hues.  The solo exhibition Recent Works on view at William Turner Gallery presents large-scale circular, hexagonal, and concave wood panels treated with a skillful hand conducting colors like a synesthesia symphony.  Oil and acrylic paint charge the surfaces, however, […]

    A. Moret No responses January 5, 2021
  • George Byrne: Post Truth

    The photographs of George Byrne revel in a stillness that is part mystical, part abstract, and entirely surreal echoing the dichotomous nature of the city of Los Angeles that the artist has adopted as home. Curated by Margot Ross, Post Truth is both a solo exhibition and book release exploring five years of work that […]

    A. Moret No responses December 24, 2020
  • Visiting Vasa’s Studio

      Over time the configurations of the set would change from leaning towers, to miniature fortresses, pyramids, or stacks.  Vasa’s work invites whoever may have been sitting in  front of  the  table  to interact  with  the cubes,  move them, hold them in the palm of their hand and admire the intricate prisms contained inside.  The […]

    A. Moret One response August 24, 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 No responses April 3, 2014
  • Mat Chivers: Conflicting Notions of Fact and Fiction

    As part of an ongoing series of works on paper collectively entitled Perceptual Ecology, Mat Chivers has been making drawings that result from the mirroring and combination of self-made and found photographic images, film and CAD renderings.  A seasoned participant of the Venice Biennale, Chivers develops an intricate narrative and intriguing process to create complex […]

    Mat Chivers No responses August 23, 2013
  • Hide ‘n Go Seat

    German designer Nils Frederking has created an unusual folding chair ideal for a small studio space. Most often when a design appears simple, it’s purely an illusion.  Such is the case with the F3 folding chair.  Made of four sheets of laminated birch wood and connected by high-grade steel hinges, the distinctive geometric form is […]

    A. Moret One response July 26, 2013