One of only a few Estamos Buscando A fragments, this work operates as a both a reference to the original site-specific work and moquette for the large-scale installation. It is perfect for a private collection.Read More
This lovely portfolio with work by Tatiana Parcero includes a striking cross-section of images. It includes 9 prints on photo-paper and one photo-transfer on wood, for a total of 10 works with a poem by Mexican writer, publisher, and educator Alberto Roy Sanchez and certificate. Not only is this a wonderful representation of an established body of work by Parcero, it bridges series, and foreshadows future works.Read More
This latest work by Ian van Coller is from his ongoing series, The Naturalists of The Long Now. It merges art and science. Van Coller collaborates with researchers who annotate the image to produce a unique print.
This site is an Ice Patch in the greater Yellowstone Mountains of MT, and was contributed to by Dr. Craig Lee, Research Scientist at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. As the ice recedes, the remains of bighorn sheep have been revealed. The location has been identified as a kill site used by the Native Americans over 6,000 years ago. At 10,000 feet elevation, the site is surprisingly high for a sustained hunting ground.Read More
This remnant fragment of the US|MX border wall is from the original 14 miles of primary fencing that was constructed between 1990 and 1993 from the Pacific Ocean to divide the two countries. The fence was constructed of 10 foot-high steel army surplus landing mats (M8A1) with the assistance of the Corps of Engineers and the California National Guard. The original landing mats were manufactured by the Syro Steel Company in Girard, Ohio in 1968 and were used during the Vietnam War. Each original steel mat measured 22 inches high x 12 feet long and were pieced and welded together to make the border wall.Read More
Raúl considered himself a collector, and many of the tools and objects hanging on the walls in his tire repair shop were merely decorative. He was a single dad and his teenage daughter was hanging out in the shop with him. the interior was wallpapered with posters of half-naked girls mixed with his antiques, while outside the young boys from the town gathered with their motorcycles and four wheelers courting the young teenager.Read More
Now available: Matt Eich's monograph, I love you, I'm leaving, published by ceiba editions. The work is intimate and charged. Included images may trigger emotions and memories from our own lives and families. They are full of the freedoms and hardships of life- the small moments that only those close to us expose and elicit.Read More
This selection of images represents a cherry-picked shortlist of favorites included in the Artists' Revolution & Ritual exhibition for Scripps College | Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery's contribution to the Getty Initiative, Pacific Standard Time. These works are on view in the exhibition courtesy of the Artist and jdc Fine Art.Read More
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Como un secreto se seduce ... (Like a secret it seduces itself ...) is a mysterious and alluring work by Luis Gonzalez Palma. It belongs to the Artist's Hierarchies of Intimacy series from 2005, and is easy to love. Its brilliance is characteristically matched by its intended imperfections. This is a classic treatment of the artist's double-edged approach to the human experience. This elegant and opulent set of rooms is occupied by a solitary object, a bed. Usually a symbol of comfort, relaxation, sleep, or more intimate acts, this bed is split, and thus becomes a contradiction of itself. The tension in this work is curious; is it reconciling itself or entering a more permanent state? The answer lies with the viewer.Read More
In celebration of Women's History Month we take pause to underline the work of two of our female artists, Tatiana Parcero and Jennifer Greenburg. Both have enjoyed recent sales, curatorial, and editorial attention. These featured works (shown above) overtly address womanhood on their surface, and deeper reads expound on the experiences of women in western culture through time.Read More