Reiss, now 89, says he has “a confidence and sense of depth” that he had “not yet attained as a young artist.”
Kota Ezawa, who believes “artists are close to outlaws,” recreates Hollywood crime scenes in video animations.
Now on view at Regen Projects, Opie’s silent ode to the city is solely told with still, black-and-white images.
Irwin’s unlit light fixture sculptures encourage us to see and contemplate the entire space, and ourselves within it, as elements of the art.
For decades, Saar has explored the emotional conflict underlying identity from the perspective of a biracial woman.
Garner has been an absurdist for four decades, satirizing consumerism, marketing, and waste in performance art, videos, sculpture, installations, drawings and magazine editorials and art pages.