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Motomiya Kaoru

March 15, 2011

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New York Arts Magazine “Her current research concerns transformations in the image of the human body over the centuries, and cultural variations on the same theme. Her two-dimensional format derives from nineteenth-century Japanese scientific prints. In her three-dimensional works she often focuses on the rabbit, a popular image in Japanese consumer culture, where it is […]

Roni Horn

March 15, 2011

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Guardian: “A New Yorker now in her 50s, Horn has made repeated journeys to Iceland, sometimes for extended periods. There, amid the volatile geology, the hot springs and lava and sea, she has produced much of her work. She is greatly concerned with difference and sameness. Water changes state, weather changes everything. Is this the […]

Yee Sookyung

March 1, 2011

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Richard Wright

February 12, 2011

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Gargosian Gallery website: Through his unique intricate painting methods, Wright injects complex works into often overlooked architectural spaces. As he says: “In the end the position of the work could be half of the work for me. In the first instance the work has the possibility to effect or change the way you are drawn […]