"All of my characters tend to end in failure," Ethan Murrow once admitted to The Seattle Times. The artist's large graphite drawings are rendered with...
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Christina Seely never takes a small bite. She rips off huge chunks. In a recent project entitled Lux, Seely spent over five years hoofing around the world photographing large urban areas at night.
We are indeed small in the world and Lamson's A Line Describing the Sun reinforces this fact while also asking us to question our intentions and exertions on the land.
Over the last ten years Holzapfel has systematically and inventively documented Marlboro, Vermont, through a wealth of photographs, recordings and writing.
From a distance Joe Biel's drawings and paintings appear sparse and quiet. Then you walk a little closer and his meticulously crafted and precisely considered work exerts itself.
Dust is a film that examines the inevitability of destruction. Despite our occasional good intentions, we manage to consistently cause problems like the Dust Bowl.
As an artist, I consider art on a sort of spectrum in my mind by the manner in which it is rendered. I picture two opposing ends: one a chemist, who ...
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