Jenine Marsh in Border Crossings

By James Carl Jenine Marsh’s recent work in sculpture and installation is confrontational—you might describe it as unapologetic and frank, thoughtfully impolite and occasionally impolitic. Her installation sensibility is situational, with discreet objects accompanying casual floor spills and fragments, drawing attention to both the viewer’s own component parts and the architectural idiosyncrasies of the spaces in which she’s been asked to show art. Her investment in traditional craft, notably metal …
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Jorian Charlton Featured on Range

Triple Threat Jordan Alexander Is Ready To Be Vulnerable by Ozioma Nwabuikwu Photo by Jorian Charlton To view the full article visit Range. For more information about Jorian Charlton please contact the gallery: +1.416.531.8000

Hangama Amiri in Classical KC

Hangama Amiri’s ‘Recess’ // ‘Healer’ by Milad Yousufi KCUR Children ambling about in a schoolyard is a familiar scene, but in Amiri’s “Recess” the girls pictured aren’t playing with any visible toys: the balls present are left on the ground and there is a sense of detachment between the children, along with a physical distance from the school itself. When the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan after recent U.S. withdrawal, …
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Jenine Marsh in The Ubyssey

Aporia (Notes to a Medium) and images of faith The exhibit is loosely organized around concepts of faith and its manifestations. Isa S. You / The Ubyssey By Julian Forst […] Jenine Marsh’s “How to Fulfill a Wish” brings faith back to earth with its focus on the wishing well. Three large, circular sculptures line the floor and walls of Marsh’s section, evocative of fountains with their sculpted rims and two plaster …
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Geoff McFetridge in CBC Arts

Geoff McFetridge’s art is everywhere. It’s in movies, trains stations and even on your wrist Listen to McFetridge’s conversation with Q’s Tom Power and follow along using this visual companion guide By Vivian Rashotte Geoff McFetridge has been called “the most famous Canadian artist you’ve probably never heard of.” As a graphic artist and painter, he’s collaborated with directors such as Spike Jonze and Sofia Coppola, designed for brands like …
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Geoff McFetridge on Art Viewer

Geoff McFetridge at Cooper Cole To view the full post visit Art Viewer. For more information about Geoff McFetridge please contact the gallery: +1.416.531.8000

Jagdeep Raina in Surface Design Association

IN THE REALM OF LOST SENSES: THE EMBROIDERED TAPESTRIES OF JAGDEEP RAINA     By Nicole Archer […] In the realm of lost sense, hope and criticality take root in radical, queer diasporic aesthetics such as those developed by the artist Jagdeep Raina (he/him). Raina’s densely embroidered tapestries are intricate material meditations on intimacy and the feelings of entanglement that attend our senses of longing, especially those grounded in our …
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Van Maltese on Art Viewer

Van Maltese at COOPER COLE To view the full post visit Art Viewer. For more information about Van Maltese please contact the gallery: +1.416.531.8000

Cooper Cole Featured on Testudo

Seen by Testudo: Exhibitions at NADA Miami 2023 By John Dennehy Each year in December, the art world descends on Miami for its annual art week. From fairs like Art Basel, NADA, and Untitled to institutional shows at ICA, the Bass, and the Pérez, for a few days Miami seems to be the center of the universe. Here are 5 booths from NADA that stood out. In this group exhibition …
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Sara Cwynar in Art Review

Art Lovers Movie Club: Sara Cwynar, ‘Glass Life’ Still Image from “Glass Life,” 2021 From her studio, Sara Cwynar uses her computer and various studio setups to make sense of her visual archive – and the world outside. Images of food, artworks, political figures, Instagram models and many, many others contend for our attention in a dizzying navigation through our consumerist visual world. Screening dates: Sara Cwynar, Glass Life, 2021HD video, …
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