Nazgol Ansarinia examines the systems and networks that underwrite her daily life.
Carlos Pazos (Barcelona, 1949) didn’t want to be an artist, “If we’re going to be something, let it be nothing. If we’re going to be somewhere, let it be with the stars. To be a star.”
In 1980, Robert Motherwell wrote an account of Mondrian’s death, in extreme poverty, in New York during 1944.
Unraveling the value of emotion in contemporary society, the work of Belgian-American artist Cécile B. Evans explores the person-to-machine exchanges that have come to define the contemporary human condition.
“The work of Klaus Lutz is absolutely unique.
Working with the most classical media and techniques of art making, including drawing, sculpture and painting, Hernández’s practice interrogates the nature of art, the divisions that characterize it, and their relationship to contemporary epistemology.