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Living Off the Flat of the Land.

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Share This.Mixed media artist Marisa Marofske creates a series of non-functional and seemingly functional sculpture in Non-Flat Living. While the all sculptures pull from a white, orange, and silver color palette, each piece maintains its own identity due to the various objects used to make them.

Steffen Bunte | Sprühlack auf Stein.

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Share This.Steffen Bunte‘s Sprühlack auf Stein (Spray Paint on Stone) is a series of stone sculptures that explores the manipulation of texture through the distortion of color gradients.

No Worries.

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Share This.Using thread, nails, wood, I’m Not Worried About You by Jeffrey Michael Austin creates a brilliant installation that makes a contradicting statement. The installation features a severed tree tethering to the message, “I’m Not Worried About You.” The work is compelling and latently sarcastic.

Remember, Dinner at 3:33.

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Share This.Sara Andreasson and Johanna Berg deconstruct and re-interpret the concept of sentimental value in their series, Deciphering Dinner 3:33. Purposefully replacing the usual dinner time elements with discard, out of place items, Andreasson and Berg attempt to determine whether it is the objects or the experience that has true value.

What Remains.

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Share This.Known for her collages, Leigh Wells presents us with a sculptured version of the series, Remains. With these sculptures, Wells pairs organic textures with geometric shapes while still maintaining a minimalist aesthetic. It is the quite the pleasure to see Wells step out of her usual medium.  

Artist Worship.

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Share This.Brooklyn based artist Rashid Johnson creates stern masterpieces that exist within the confines of reality but go far beyond the boundaries of perception. Founded on a bedrock of cultured ritualism, Johnson work buries itself deep in the sand. Perhaps it is this cryptic allure that makes Johnson’s work so intriguing.

Perfectly Still.

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Share This.The stoic beauty of Willy Verginer‘s wooden sculptures are awe inspiring. Using pops of color and abstract placements, Verginer sets a tone that ironically both animated and still.

Gosia. | Into the Red.

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Share This.Polish sculptor Gosia captures a stoic serenity in her installation, Into the Red. Featuring three dainty, meek figures, Into the Red could very well be a graceful portrait of disease. Despite the pulchritude and delicacy of the pieces, you can’t help but detect an ominous tone. The flowers almost take on the form of beautified scars or glamorous leprosy–the figures’ eyes varying from discerning to worrisome.

A Room of Her Own.

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Share This.Artist Sage Schmett lives and works out of her home in Arlington, Massachusetts. A narrow staircase leads to an open room filled with cut-up magazines and open shoeboxes gathered around a large dollhouse. The work titled Dollhouse #1 is the latest and is by far the most ambitious creation to date from the artist who primarily works using three-dimensional structures. Sage Schmett sits on the floor as she casually Read More

P339 Gallery. | Survival of the Fittest.

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Share This.Survival of The Fittest premiered last Friday at P339 Gallery and featured the works of sculptor Noa Bornstein and painter Daniel Clurman. The opening reception was well attended and drew an impressive crowd before the event officially commenced. Visitors of all ages mingled with life-sized sculptures of animals, paintings of contorted yogi men in American Apparel underwear, and of course there was the staple of all gallery openings: free Read More