William Luz

Posted by Fabio 24 May 2019

William Luz is an artist working with drawing, ceramics, painting, print, and occasionally music. His works pull from a range of reference material collected over the years, which are abstracted, combined, and deconstructed to produce a personal visual history that is at once recognisable and new. read more

Amie Dicke: One-Liner

Posted by Fabio 24 May 2019

Amie Dicke worked with a set of images on her studio wall to create her book One-Liner. It is a series of horizontal image compositions made up of fragments of images Dicke sourced from books and magazines, as well as snapshots taken with her camera, which she refers to half-jokingly as the “cold eye”. read more

Chazwick “Chaz” Bundick

Posted by Fabio 21 May 2019

Chazwick “Chaz” Bundick was born in Columbia, South Carolina and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. Known professionally as Toro Y Moi a singer, songwriter, and record producer identified with the rise of the Chillwave movement in 2010 and 2011. read more

Lubaina Himid: Work from Underneath

Posted by Fabio 10 May 2019

The New Museum will debut an entirely new body of work by Turner Prize–winning British artist Lubaina Himid, marking the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States. read more

Alexandra Kehayoglou

Posted by Fabio 9 May 2019

Alexandra Kehayoglou (Buenos Aires, 1981) is a visual artist who works primarily with textile materials. She creates her pieces in her studio in Buenos Aires, utilizing a wide array of technical skills with which she produces works combining textiles, sculpture and installation. read more

Tyler Hays

Posted by Fabio 2 May 2019

Tyler Hays is a painter and sculptor, born and raised in rural Northeastern Oregon. He received his BFA in painting at the University of Oregon in 1994. Tyler started his career out of college with solo shows at the Mark Wooley gallery in the mid 90s and moved to New York City in 1998. read more

Zoya Cherkassky: Soviet Childhood

Posted by Fabio 1 May 2019

Fort Gansevoort presents Soviet Childhood, the first solo exhibition in the United States featuring the work of Zoya Cherkassky. read more

Soufiane Ababri

Posted by Fabio 26 April 2019

It is in his bed, lying down, that Soufiane Ababri makes his “bed works”. In essence, he examines the ambivalence of a society that is criss-crossed by tensions that are not so much the reflection of its contradictions, but rather of its complementarity. read more