Andrew Norman Wilson, Anne de Vries, Harm van den Dorpel, and Oliver Laric have something in common: bold recontextualization of prior works—their own, and others’.
Old tires, broken plumbing, refuse and rubble are part of the landscape for Roll Hardy, who romanticizes semi-slum spaces with his painterly touch.
An intrepid philosopher and fearless viz-arts experimenter, Riswold calls the “Great War” to task for failing to meet its single stated objective.
The local design firm unveils a new work of steel sculpture that pays homage to our cloudy skies.
The Latin words for “veil of stars” cast a condition that’s sometimes seen as a beauty blight—freckles—in a celestial new light.
Inspired by the scenic spaces in John Day, Oregon as well as hiphop and punk music, Catalani interprets and overlaps nature’s textures through a unique lens.
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