The gap between the material body and the psychological one, which we all too often take for granted, is one of the underlying themes of Hiro’s exhibition.
Gechtoff’s work did not fit into any of the New York art world’s narratives of progressive art. It is time we look closer at what this marvelous artist achieved.
By employing a slow, deliberate process in which control is paramount, Remington shaped her passage in time.
With their Fauvist hues and Pop-inflected renderings, Angus’s drawings and paintings, made amid the AIDS crisis, intrinsically queer the Western canon.
Aldrich brings a rich sense of materiality to a practice founded on the gap between images and language.
In the gallery you can smell this state of being in absentia.
Tom Burr’s installations bring together past and present in a famous Brutalist building in New Haven.