Erik Thor Sandberg
Erik Thor Sandberg,
Offering, 2017, Oil on panel, 42" x 49." Courtesy of the artist and CONNERSMITH.
Frank DiPerna Retrospective
Frank DiPerna, Barrier, Florence, Italy, 2008. Archival inkjet print, 14” x 21.” Courtesy of the artist.
Kateřina Vincourová: Arteria
Kateřina Vincourová, Untitled, 2016. Plaster, rope, dimensions vary. Collection of Fait Gallery.
Thomas Downing and the Sublime Decorative
Thomas Downing, Folding Two, 1968. Acrylic on canvas, 46” x 74.” From the Estate of Dolly Langdon and Aldus H. Chapin, courtesy of Hemphill Fine Arts.
Abel Tilahun, Whirlwind, 2014. Print on archival paper, 44” x 84.” Courtesy of the artist.
WORDS: Brian Dailey's Contemporary Tower of Babel
Brian Dailey, WORDS
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