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the wanderers, second view [90" x 56"] untitled, foldings (guided tour, Golan Heights)  [95" x 58]

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** Works that I have looked at recently.  This post will be constantly added to so check back often.  ** – John Chamberlain -- I had been playing with crumpling research papers,

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I think these recent works by Vincent Fecteau are really quite interesting.  Tangible, yet abstract.  Playfull yet somehow critical and quite challenging. I also found Roberta Smith’s review of his

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Here is a short documentary created by Alan Del Rio Ortiz which shows a little bit about my process and some thoughts about my work.  I probably should have paid

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Just a quick update on some goings on around here. 1. A sample from a new piece I am working on -> untitled, foldings (guided tour, Golan Heights) 2. Jozie is getting

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Hello everyone, !! I just wanted to briefly invite all of you to the closing reception of my current exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography here in Chicago, MP3

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I am pleased to announce that I was recently awarded the Leopold Godowsky, Jr. Color Photography Award from the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University along with three other artists

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I am excited to announce the opening of my current exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography here in Chicago, MP3 (Midwest Photographer’s Publication Project) Volume 2. The three

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This coming week, June 8-14, I will have a short solo exhibition at The Solo Project art fair in Basel w/ my gallery in Antwerp, the Kusseneers Gallery.  The Solo

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Congrats to the next crop. Good luck!! Columbia College Chicago, MFA Thesis Exhibition : May 14 - June 12, 2009.  Glass Curtain Gallery, 1104 S. Wabash, Chicago, IL. Website for the

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I had the pleasure of being a visiting artist at Univ of Massachusetts Amherst last week (thanks to Ryan for putting everything together).  The presentation went well and I really

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Luckily for all of those who are in Chicago, and not leaving town for a few days [sadly me], Richard Tuttle will be at The Art Institute of Chicago this

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