• George Byrne: Post Truth

    The photographs of George Byrne revel in a stillness that is part mystical, part abstract, and entirely surreal echoing the dichotomous nature of the city of Los Angeles that the artist has adopted as home. Curated by Margot Ross, Post Truth is both a solo exhibition and book release exploring five years of work that […]

    A. Moret No responses December 24, 2020
  • Meditations from the Desert

    All told, I visited Desert X on three separate occasions.  The ability to pack one’s car with a camera, backpack with every conceivable charger, hub, adapter and laptop along with notebook, and an overnight bag is liberating.  Everything one needs to explore, capture and create can fit neatly in the trunk or in the passenger seat. […]

    Installation Magazine No responses May 27, 2019
  • The Old Gods

                              All images photographed by David Riley, courtesy of William Corwin and Geary Contemporary, 2018.

    Installation Magazine No responses October 9, 2018
  • 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 No responses July 29, 2016
  • Kevin Bourgeois at VOLTA12

    Kevin Bourgeois (presented by Causey Contemporary, New York) assembles At Play in the Fields of the Lord, a site-specific and interaction installation that furthers his investigation and critique of unseen policing and social fragmentation within “The Cloud” of anonymous, ephemeral contemporary culture.          

    Installation Magazine No responses June 11, 2016
  • Fannie Allié at VOLTA12

    Fanny Allié (presented by Fresh Window,Brooklyn) engages outlines of the human form — from collage to emotive neon installations — to question our relationship to our bodies and social movements, as well as the intrinsic memories contained within and in our absence.  Fanny Allié, Horses, 2015

    Installation Magazine No responses June 11, 2016