“I do think of my work as being stripped down to bare necessity,” says Calvin Marcus. “I don’t dress any of it up to make it more appealing or decorative.” It is perhaps this commitment to a minimal language that allows him to explore simultaneously muted and excessive forms.
The artist addresses complexity by creating works that engage with the paradoxes on which beliefs around identity are built.Read More
The New York-based artist sees choreography all around us.Read More
The artist employs a dry sense of wit as he interrogates sites of exchange.Read More
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The New Yorker’s restless energy flows into his work.Read More
The painter is having a revival, with a flurry of gallery shows in New York and Los Angeles.Read More
The artist creates works that erase the boundary between choreography and environment.Read More
The Los Angeles-based artist believes artwork should be able to stand on its own.Read More
The New York artist has created a language in painting and sculpture that is all his own.Read More
As Art Basel descends on Miami Beach, Mika Rottenberg brings levity and bite to The Bass.Read More
The artist’s portraits are intimate records of time and space.Read More