• Langdon Graves at VOLTA NY 17

    Langdon Graves (presented by VICTORI + MO), continues her exploration of Einstein’s reaction to the quantum entanglement paradox, “Spooky action at a distance”, Graves takes her grandmother’s first-hand accounted ghost stories as the jump-off to her spare compositions of familial comfort and spiritualist unease  (Brooklyn, booth C16).            

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  • Florent Tanet: Pictorial Gastronomy

    Growing up we have always been told not to play with our food.  French photographer Florent Tanet has a different thought on the matter and through the careful manipulation of fruits and vegetables, he coaxes precise compositions from the products we frequently encounter in the produce aisle. Installation Magazine: How did your journey as an artist […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 14, 2013
  • Miller Updegraff: Before the Image Fades

    There are several raw canvases that have been stretched by hand, drying on the lawn in the mid afternoon sun.  Several overturned, empty white gallon buckets support either side.  A makeshift assembly line that would only be possible in Southern California.  Seated outside of his converted garage studio, Miller Updegraff wrings his hands, stained from […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 2, 2013
  • Keisuke Shirota: Plates + Slides

    Installation Magazine was introduced to the work of Japanese-born artist Keisuke Shirota last year at PULSE Los Angeles.  Galerie Stefan Röpke presented Installation with a limited edition copy of A Sense of Distance, a collection of Shirota’s works wherein the photographic plane is manipulated by a deft painterly hand.  The works are beautiful and haunting […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012