• Deconstructed Text: Simeen Farhat at VOLTA NY

    Just as a literary piece is convincing when there is congruity and flow in the writing, along with interesting ideas, visual works of art become more engaging when they have a nice balance, rhythm and direction, along with a sincere thought process.  This is how I relate my formal compositions with that of the literal […]

    Simeen Farhat 0 Comments March 11, 2014
  • William Powhida: How We, the Art Community, Value Art

    Bill by Bill signals a radical point of departure for William Powhida.  The exhibition marks the first time that the artist has fabricated works to accompany his trompe l’oeil text based paintings.  Exploring a range of art movements and styles from Post-Minimalism to taxidermy, Powhida presents a dialogue based on the reciprocity between critique and […]

    William Powhida 0 Comments June 7, 2013
  • Anatol Knotek: Play With Your Words

    For Austrian artist and poet Anatol Knotek words possess dimension, weight, and depth.  Inspired by Concrete and Visual poets who regard the typographical arrangement and shape of a poem to be as critical to its message as the meaning of the words themselves, Knotek makes language a malleable material in his practice. Installation Magazine: When did […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 7, 2013
  • Chandler McWilliams: Linguistic Potency

    Chandler McWilliams first appeared on our radar when attending the CalArts MFA 100×100 fundraiser sponsored by For Your Art.  A one-day event offering 100 pieces of artwork from 35 graduate students, McWilliams’ work immediately stood out.  In fact his Aphorism titled Great Distance is a current fixture in the Installation office.  McWilliams approaches his practice […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 4, 2013