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Ted Larsen’s Sculptures

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Monika Debus’ Ceramics

"After training as a potter in Oldenburg, Monika Debus, born in 1961, studied at the State College for Ceramic Design in Höhr-Grenzhausen and established her atelier there. She was impressed by the salt-glazing tradition in the Westerwald region but her...

Joris Link’s Ceramics

The ceramic sculptures of Joris Link are about shapes, structure, and contrasts. Often using repetition, constructed of serial produced elements which, depending on the space, are combined in different ways to become bigger sculptures. The sculptures are...

Sigalit Landau’s Sculptures

Sigalit Landau is an Israeli sculptor, as well as a video and installation artist. These pieces are from her series Salt Years. They are ordinary objects that have been submerged in the Dead Sea, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. You can read more...

Damián Ortega’s Sculptures

Through the use of wit and humor, Damián Ortega deconstructs both familiar objects and processes, altering their functions and transforming them into novel experiences and scenarios. Ortega’s works play with scales that range from the molecular to the...

Ceramics by Eun-Ha Paek

Eun-Ha Paek was born in Seoul, Korea. She received a BFA in Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design. In the artist's own words: "The same way a boulder on a hill stores potential energy, a banana peel on the floor can be the setup to a...

Dyed Plywood Carvings by Bayne Peterson

Born in 1984 in Palo Alto, CA, Bayne Peterson lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island, where he teaches in the Graduate Studies Department of the Rhode Island School of Design.  He received an MFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in...

María Magdalena Campos-Pons’ Art

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is a Cuban-born artist based in Boston. Campos-Pons works primarily in photography, performance, audiovisual media, and sculpture. She is considered a key figure among Cuban artists...

Ceramics by Ana + Betânia

Ana + Betânia are Ana Cruz and Maria de Betânia (b. 1983). Currently based in Caldas da Rainha, they are a Portuguese duo who started working together on sculptural ceramics in 2012. The artists' body of work is often influenced by Portuguese popular...

Cecilia Paredes’ Art

These are some of Cecilia Paredes's photo performance images of camouflaged bodies considering themes of origin, displacement, and belonging. Paredes typically spends weeks preparing for her intricately painted and staged photo shoots in which she may...

Ken Nicol’s Art

" i first started chewing matches to help me quit smoking. every once in awhile the match chewing habit resurfaces, might be stress, don't know. i put each chewed match back in the box and when the box is full, i add it to the stack. i now have 30 boxes each with 30...

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