February 26, 2014
Reilly Gallery, the Smith Center for the Arts
Artist's Lecture: 4-5 pm
Reception: 5-7 pm
This exhibition includes large-scale video projection and handheld digital sculptures that explore the role of desire in our relationship to consumer objects. It examines the relationship between the way we expect to experience the visual world, and a technology-driven experience stripped of visual markers of delight, tangibility and even aesthetic appeal.
February 20, 2014
To get lost in Alex Prager's most recent body of work is practically a requirement.
February 19, 2014
Content is Relative is a Los Angeles based design studio comprised of Christine Jackson and Jesse Stecklow. A Social Portrait in Writing: Casual Essays marks the duo’s first self-published book, consisting of twelve essays from an international roster of young, beginning to mid-career artists, writers, and “cultural observers."
February 16, 2014
At first glance, the work the Norton Museum of Art commissioned from Matthew Brandt for an exhibition about Polaroid’s impact on visual artists looks like a mosaic.
It’s true Polaroids (Edwin Land holding camera) is made up of 900 “tiles.” But these “tiles” are Polaroid photographs that together resolve into a picture of Polaroid founder Edwin Land holding a SX-70 camera. The portrait appeared on the cover of Time magazine in 1972, the year the camera was introduced.
February 15, 2014
February 5, 2014
Watch the preview of Alex Prager's film "Face in the Crowd" on our website.
January 31, 2014
Rafman's "You are standing in an open field" was the artist's first solo NYC gallery exhibition at Zach Feuer, New York.
January 31, 2014
“It has one of the most beautiful lights I have ever seen. Its vast city spread gives a sense of freedom and an illusion that nothing is impossible. However, I could do without the underlying sense of impermanence.”