• “I, Cyborg” Curated by William Corwin

    “I, Cyborg,” on view at Gazelli Art House in London from October 6 through November 12, is an iteration of the exhibit “Cyborg” at Zurcher Gallery in New York, which was on display in December of 2015. “I, Cyborg” is an investigation into the confluence between cutting-edge philosophical, sociological and scientific interpretations of what it […]

    William Corwin 0 Comments November 8, 2016
  • Lado Pochkhua at VOLTA12

    Lado Pochkhua (presented by Project ArtBeat, Tbilisi) takes on post-Soviet identity in his draftsman-quality renderings of Georgian aristocracy, a decidedly “old-school” approach that highlights both technique and time period.  

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 11, 2016
  • Becca Lowry at VOLTA NY

    As magnifcent mixed-media paintings emulate shields, force felds, talismans, each imbued with layered connotations.  In the artist’s words: “These shields tend not to be combative — the pointy edges are more like the decorative fringe of a rug than they are the point of a spear. I think, instead, they’re meant to hold a person […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments February 18, 2016
  • Greg Haberny at VOLTA11

    Greg Haberny represented by Ethan Cohen New York  envelopes visitors within a Pop-skewering and — in the artist’s own words — “completely loose and out of control” — installation at VOLTA11.  His filmmaking background and grasp of cultural iconography inspires his dynamic treatises on “our contemporary wasteland.”  Haberny was subject of the solo exhibition Hyper! at […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 14, 2015
  • Lavar Munroe at VOLTA NY

    Lavar Munroe’s phantasmagorical mixed-media canvases channel the exotic ‘other’, in the U.S.-based Bahamian artist’s ongoing discourse on the 19th century ‘human zoo’ and contemporary cultural politics.  Munroe’s current activities include Double Play, a dual-artist exhibition at The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (Nassau) and solo Where Heroes Lay at Art League of Houston (Houston […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments March 1, 2015
  • David Eddington: Take Me to the River

    The urban structure of Los Angeles illicit curiosity, particularly the series of twenty-seven bridges that run throughout Los Angeles connecting the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach.  Since their construction in 1909 the bridges and the LA River that runs beneath it like a labyrinth offers solace to artists like David Eddington, who frequently traverses […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 2014