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Seth Price

Step And Repeat Pattern . 2018

Step And Repeat Pattern . 2018

+ Petzel Gallery

Price’s new paintings employ printing, collage, paint, and photographic techniques. Some are based on photographs the artist took in New York’s streets and subways while others feature ambiguous objects constructed with 3D modeling software. Continue reading Seth Price

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Denise Scott Brown

Architettura Minore on The Strip, Las Vegas . 1966

Architettura Minore on The Strip, Las Vegas . 1966

Photos: Nicholas Knight . + Carriage Trade

In proposing the significance of the image as a means of understanding and engaging with the built environment, Denise Scott Brown’s photographs from the 1950’s and 60’s seem to have anticipated the explosion of visual culture within urban settings. Continue reading Denise Scott Brown

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Kathy Butterly

Stockpile . 2018

Stockpile . 2018

+ James Cohan

For more than two decades, Kathy Butterly has created striking, evocative sculptures that play between figuration and abstraction, contributing to and expanding the field of contemporary ceramics. Like George Ohr and Ken Price, who Butterly cites as key influences, she is an artist whose medium is clay and whose considerable ambitions are not tethered to the modest dimensions of her pieces. Butterly’s oeuvre is defined by her process: she begins with a cast form, created by pouring wet clay into a plaster mold made from a generic, store-bought vessel, pinching and pulling and folding the clay until she finds something that resonates, Rorschach-like, with her psychological state. Continue reading Kathy Butterly