Museums & Institutions
Archisle is currently inviting applications for the position of Photographer in Residence 2015. This is an exciting post in its third year commencing in April running for six months through to September 2015.Read On...
Relationship, an extensive photographic project created by Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst that documents their life together from 2008 through 2013, debuted at the 2014 Whitney Biennial, New York, and comes to Los Angeles via the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, where it was recently presented as part of Fan the Flames: Queer Positions in Photography.Read On...
John Murphy plays with the theme of similarity and difference with reproductions, old movies and postcards. His work often convey the nostalgia, absence and sexuality with a subtle and exquisite gift for exactitude. John Murphy never makes work in response to past works of art but stages new relations between past and pre sent without premeditation, on the basis of intuitions that bear no name.Read On...
A light shadow falls at the intersection of the wall and floor and creates a bright, divided, trapezoid of clay and tatami. Nearly 20 years later, this image from Japan remains intensely evocative for me: the hinged shape somehow emblematic of a corner turned....Read On...
Sue Williams (b. 1954) has long been known for her works which combine themes of gender politics and the body. Her early works of highly provocative narrative paintings brought her to the attention of a larger audience beginning in the mid-1980s and early 1990s.Read On...
Partenheimer’s work is essentially abstract; his drawings and paintings, caught seemingly on the verge of dissolution, are remarkable for their fragile beauty, whilst sculpture and ceramic work, suggesting some usefulness, remain elusive with respect to any specific function.Read On...