• The Ethnographic Journals of Gregory Siff

    “Did we forget? Life is a thrill!” The studio echoes with the unmistakable charismatic voice of Gregory Siff. The proclamation is accentuated by the cadence of his Brooklyn accent and while much of his face is covered by a cloth mask bearing the official logo of the Major League Baseball commission there are traces of […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments December 3, 2020

    In the days before the opening of “CHATEAU REBELS” at 4AM Gallery in the Pacific Design Center, Gregory Siff and Louis Cannizzarro AKA LouisXXX  sit on bended knees in front of the gallery.  Gregory opens a bag of markers of various thickness and color, but mainly pink and black and lines them up against the glass wall.  In […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 10, 2015
  • Beta Pictoris Gallery

    BETA PICTORIS GALLERY BIRMINGHAM, AL VOLTA10 / BOOTH #D10 GUIDO H. MAUS Owner   Installation:  Was this the first time Beta Pictoris Gallery has exhibited at Basel? Guido H. Maus:  Yes, this was the first time.  VOLTA has relationships with international curators and collectors and those connections have been immensely helpful in gaining international exposure for our […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 16, 2014
  • Xin Song’s Paper Architecture at Grand Central Station

    Xin Song received an invitation from the MTA to commemorate and celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Central Terminal in New York City for On Paper/ Grand Central at 100.  She is one of four international paper-cut artists asked to create works that will be displayed in the lower level light box September, 2014. As many people […]

    Xin Song 0 Comments November 14, 2013
  • Thomas Witte’s Paper Landscape

    My name is Thomas Witte, inspired by the vibrant stencil graffiti scene in Buenos Aires, I create intricate cut paper drawings utilizing images I have photographed as well as photographs my grandfather shot over a 40-year period. The photographs my grandfather took show the history of his family and friends, from backyard barbeques to travels […]

    Thomas Witte 0 Comments October 29, 2013
  • Miguel Endara: Stippling Effect

    Miguel Endara illuminates ink and paper with dimension, depth and precision through an intricate stippling technique. Benjaman Kyle Benjaman Kyle is a portrait of a man with no identity.  His name is the pseudonym adopted by Benjaman Kyle himself, who has dissociative amnesia.  He was discovered unconscious on August 31, 2004, and is believed to […]

    Miguel Endara 0 Comments September 20, 2013