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Manal Al Dowayan

Few artists understand metamorphosis as keenly as Saudi artist Manal Al Dowayan. Long invested in interrogating the gender-biassed customs that impact the condition of women…

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Richard Rezac

Richard Rezac’s abstract sculptures quietly connote everyday sources, leaving the viewer with a sense of familiarity and closeness.

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Robert Kinmont

Robert Kinmont (b. 1937 Los Angeles) grew up in the desert near Bishop, CA and has lived most of his adult life in northern California.…

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Alexandre Arrechea

Alexandre Arrechea’s work com­­­prises large-scale  installations, sculptures, watercolor drawings, and videos that debate such issues as history, memory, politics, and the power relations of the…

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Neïl Beloufa

The multi-layered practice of French-Algerian artist, Neïl Beloufa occupies the space between various dichotomies. Reality and fiction, cause and effect, presence and absence are the…

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Natacha Donzé

In her paintings, Swiss artist Natacha Donzé deconstructs power structures of institutional, political and commercial systems of our time by taking up fragments of these…

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Carolle Bénitah

I started taking photographs in the early 2000s after very strong personal challenges. The fragile dimension of life came upon me and photography worked as…

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Dominik Lang

In Lang’s works, the human figure has always been the main element around which the context revolves. The relationship between man and surrounding space, built…

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Jason Gringler

In some ways, the driving force behind my work is failure. Allow me to elaborate; I have a strong interest in painting and its history…

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Charles Pétillon

These balloon invasions are metaphors. Their goal is to change the way in which we see the things we live alongside each day without really…

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Marcia Pastore

The artist presents an exposed and complex mechanism. The machinery, made of pulleys, cables, tubes and weights with all its complexity laid wide open. The…

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Stephane Graff

Professore is the alter-ego of the artist Stephane Graff, created in 2008 to further explore concepts of identity, social order and the aesthetics of science.…

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