Paintings by Sati Zech

Paintings by Sati Zech

After tearing apart sheets of canvas, Sati Zech assembles the strips in horizontal and vertical rows. Sometimes overlapping them, she joins the rows with white archival glue, bits of puttylike plaster and thread before or after applying viscous domes and dots of red...
Ceramics by Johannes Nagel

Ceramics by Johannes Nagel

Johannes Nagel was born in Jena, Germany, in 1979. In 2001, he served as an apprentice to noted potter Kinya Ishikawa in Val-David, PQ, Canada. Between 2002 and 2008, Nagel studied fine arts and ceramics at the University of Art & Design Burg Giebichenstein in...
Small Sculptures by Ron Nagle

Small Sculptures by Ron Nagle

Ron Nagle‘s statement: “For over fifty years I have been making small objects mostly out of clay, which, in the beginning, had reference to ceramic vessels. Over the years my work has evolved to forms which are less referential to pottery but still...
Ceramics by Elisa D’Arrigo

Ceramics by Elisa D’Arrigo

Words from Vasari21: “Raised in the Bronx to parents of Sicilian origin, Elisa D’Arrigo was the first in her family to attend college, and when she arrived at the State University at New Paltz, NY, she got her first real exposure to working with clay. “It...
Textile Illustrations by Kate Talbot

Textile Illustrations by Kate Talbot

Kate Talbot‘s statement: “I did my time as an art student, daubing paint on canvas, pressing pencil to paper, sticking anything to everything and grappling with the notion of form and function.  I spent countless hours staring into space, waiting for the...
Installations by Chiharu Shiota

Installations by Chiharu Shiota

Chiharu Shiota (b. 1972) was educated in Japan and Germany. In Germany, she studied under Marina Abramović and Rebecca Horn, among others. Shiota has lived and worked in Berlin since 1996. She has exhibited in museums around the world, such as MoMA PS1, New York...
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