November, 2006

Hanneke Beaumont

Hanneke Beaumont was born in Maastricht, The Netherlands, in 1947. Now living and working in Belgium, Beaumont creates life size figurative scuptures that deal with the human psyche with figures and are lying prone, sitting in, or standing up in desolated postures. Beaumont started her artistic studies in 1977 at the Academie de Braine l’Alleud, then at La Cambre & in Anderlecht. Her work is[…..]

Jeff Soto

California based painter Jeff Soto is having an exhibition next month title “Cold Ice Age” with the Black Market Gallery in Los Angles. Themes present in this new show consist of Soto’s staple imagery of robots, toys, monsters and dreamy surrealism, but this exhibition is rooted in new ideas of world war and global energy crisis. Soto has been featured in several art and contemporary[…..]

Noriko Ambe

Best known for her works involving meticulous cutting and layering of hundreds of pieces of white paper, Noriko Ambe creates sculptural landscapes that evoke a subtle feeling of loss and detachment. Pierogi presented the first New York, one-person exhibition of Ambe’s work, mapping the mysterious land between physical and emotional geography. Ambe’s second solo exhibition in New York was with the Josee Bienvenu Gallery, named[…..]

Josh Keyes

Josh Keyes is an Oakland based painter drawing attention to the complex interaction and overlay of urban development and the natural environment, exploring the idea of nature as an expendable object. Keyes is a graduate of the Yale School of Art and has been featured in New American Paintings and most recently on San Francisco based FecalFace.com. In 2007 Keyes will have a new solo[…..]

Mark Horowitz

Marc Horowitz is a San Francisco based conceptual artist who works in a variety of mediums from photography to absurd video and performance. Horowitz is the co-creator of Sliv & Dulet Enterprises, a conceptual company staffed with thirty artists posing as business people to developing problems for people’s solutions. National Dinner Tour is a recent project that has been featured on dozens of radio stations,[…..]

Liza McConnell

Compound is a new installation using a low-tech arrangement of lights, lenses and ordinary objects, by Brooklyn based artist Liza McConnell. The installation is part of a two person exhibition on view this month at SmackMellon in NYC. These sculptures disregard digital technology and new media in favor of principles similar to that of a camera obscura and are projected in real-time via small apertures[…..]

Bill Dolson

Reentry: New York City is a part of new public art project on view at the new media center Eyebeam in NYC. Artist in Residence Bill Dolson creates synthetic meteor shower studies that merges iconic night cityscapes with HD computer simulations in a series of C-prints for a daring new public art project. Dodson has been working with NASA and others to make this project[…..]