• Gregory Siff

    “Your battles inspired me – not the obvious material battles but those that were fought and won behind your forehead.” ― James Joyce Portraits don’t happen in an instant.  They are born from years spent staring at the blank page, a white canvas, an empty frame.  They are made of microscopic particles of the physical […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments July 29, 2016
  • Cyborg Curated by William Corwin at Zurcher Gallery

    Cyborg was curated on the premise that even non-technology based artists are acknowledging the changes in the concept of the figure that is taking place due to innovations in genetics, prosthetics and our understanding of alternate forms of consciousness that co-exist with our own.  As our idea of the human body in relation to its […]

    William Corwin 0 Comments December 30, 2015

    “In order to exist, man must rebel, but rebellion must respect the limits that it discovers in itself – limits where minds meet, and in meeting, begin to exist.” – Albert Camus    Join the “rebels” Gregory Siff and LouisXXX at 4AM Gallery in the Pacific Design Center space B273 to celebrate the reissue of […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 21, 2015
  • Giuseppe Penone’s Ideas of Stone in Madison Square Park (Part. 2)

    An installation is greatly influenced by its surrounding environment.  In Issue 29 we first introduced Giuseppe Penone’s installation Ideas of Stone at Madison Square Park.  Now that the seasons have changed, so too has the perspective of Madison Square Park’s senior curator Brooke Kamin Rapaport.  As the installation approaches its conclusion on February 9, Rapaport shares her thoughts regarding Penone’s […]

    Brooke Kamin Rapaport 0 Comments February 3, 2014
  • Alan Henriksen

    The seaweed that inhabits the coastline of Maine serves as inspiration for New York photographer Alan Henriksen.  The natural element transforms into mystical shapes and seems as delicate as smoke rings yet other compositions reveal a greater surface tension that give the seaweed a hard edge.  A modest element of the oceanic landscape becomes an artifact […]

    Alan Henriksen 0 Comments November 29, 2013
  • Arne Svenson

    In his series of two dozen portraits of turn-of-the century prisoners, Arne Svenson uncovers and restores a small history of criminals.  The photographs are developed from found negatives discovered in an abandoned warehouse.  The diptychs present a mug-shot both full face and profile of criminals guilty running the gamut of petty theft and murder.  Their […]

    Arne Svenson 0 Comments November 26, 2013