On view: Wood Wave LXXXIII, 2015, UV cured ink on maple veneer, triptych. In this group exhibition, artists confront our contemporary landscape, with a focus on the moment where humans change landscape, and landscape changes humans, moving from images related to paradise, and progressing to ideas of development and technological aspiration.
An interview with Clifford Ross by Carlos Filipe, Director General of Praia do Norte. The discussion, presented in Portuguese and English, is about photographing the massive waves of Nazaré with drones.
Join us at Miguel Abreu Gallery, starting September 7th, for the opening of, Singing In Unison, a multi-part, large scale group exhibition organized by Phong Bui and the Rail Curatorial Projects. The exhibition will be on view at the 88 Eldridge Street location. (Untitled Painting, 2019 [Detail], Oil stick on wood panel)