Michael Ambron

Michael Ambron is a painter and paint maker who works through wildly experimental and meditative approaches to making in order to hone in on a kind of overwhelming simultaneity of lived experience. From an investigation of and curiosity about one’s own perception, to the challenges and worries of living in uncertain and upsetting times, Ambron […]

Diego Singh

Diego Singh (b. 1982, Salta, Argentina) has exhibited his work at the de la Cruz Collection, Miami, FL; Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA; Pérez Art Museum Miami, FL; Fondazione Malvina Menegaz, Castelbasso, Italy; Braverman Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel; Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil; Palazzo Fruscione, Salerno, Italy; Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Fredric […]

Raúl Guerrero

For over four decades, Raúl Guerrero (b. 1945, Brawley, California) has made work informed by his experiences navigating cultures as an American of Mexican ancestry in Southern California. In his paintings, photographs, video, and performance works, Guerrero utilizes language and cultural signifiers to examine notions of place as a way to understand personal concepts of self. […]

Alison Kudlow

Alison Kudlow (b. 1981) lives and works in Brooklyn. She earned a BA from the University of Southern California, a post-baccalaureate degree from Brandeis University and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Studio Art. She has shown at galleries including Swivel, Parent Company, Field Projects, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Flux […]

Sari Carel

Sari Carel, Portrait. Photo by Argenis Apolinario. Courtesy KODA
Sari Carel, A More Perfect Circle, 2024, at Lentol Garden. Photo by Argenis Apolinario. Courtesy KODA
Sari Carel, A More Perfect Circle, 2024, at Lentol Garden. Photo by Argenis Apolinari…

Alan Belcher

Alan Belcher’s concept-based work is decidedly multi-layered and object oriented. He has been recognized in the past as an originator of a tactile fusion of photography and object-making. A transparency of vision and simplicity of fabrication with a concentrated regard for materials remain hallmarks of his serial productions. A sense of humour and a reverence […]

Alan Belcher

Alan Belcher’s concept-based work is decidedly multi-layered and object oriented. He has been recognized in the past as an originator of a tactile fusion of photography and object-making. A transparency of vision and simplicity of fabrication with a concentrated regard for materials remain hallmarks of his serial productions. A sense of humour and a reverence […]

Alexander Brewington

Alexander Brewington (b. 1996, Silver Spring, MD), lives and works in Ridgewood, NY. He holds an MFA from Pratt Institute, and a BFA in visual art from St. Johns University. His work was previously included in the group exhibition ‘Departure’ at Thierry Goldberg. Brewington has been in residence at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, […]

Marianne Nielsen

A scientific-like methodology and an interest in the phenomena of the very obvious and the banal, (and often overlooked,) define Marianne Nielsen’s ceramic works. She strives to obtain a visual understanding of what is commonplace, the minutia that surrounds us. How do we perceive hairstyles? How and why does a form become iconic in our […]

Melvin Way

This is an interview with the curator Andrew Castrucci.  CO₂ Blues, scheduled since mid-2023, is the first exhibition of the enigmatic art of Melvin Way (1954-2024) since his passing, and the third solo show of his work with the gallery. It serves as a retrospective for a visionary who was one of the most admired self-taught […]