Our friends over at Arrested Motion posted a preview of Jim Houser & Jeremy Fish’s new works. View the teaser preview on their website.
they have both evolved their work to include dimensionality with Houser adding paraphernalia and installations to further expand his visual language and iconography, while Fish has included sculptural works as well as custom framing. – Arrested Motion
Hi-Fructose released an online preview of Kwon Kyung-yup’s upcoming exhibition Melancholia. The exhibition, which will be in Thinkspace Gallery’s main room, will be showing all new works by the Korean painter as she explores her memories and addresses the most desperate and desirable issues of humanity.
Read and view the full preview on Hi-Fructose’s website.
“Her works find an emotional balance between her artistic inspirations, citing the beauty in Klimt’s paintings which she pairs with tragedy, as found in the works of Caravaggio.” – Hi-Fructose