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Kyle Austin Dunn: Directions With No Endpoints
7/8/2020
For the month of July, Galerie Robertson Arès presents "Directions With No Endpoints, an outstanding solo show for Kyle Austin Dunn. Read more about his inspiration and how he developed his unique technique.
INTERVIEW WITH RYAN CROTTY
4/21/2020
Originally from Nebraska, Ryan Crotty’s singular use of acrylic paint plays off different artistic currents and practices, such as printmaking, neoplasticism and colour field painting. His unique compositions baffle our unaccustomed gaze. Crotty plays on a paradox: the imperfection of matter creates its value, and thus its artistic form.
Craig D'Arville's Quarantine Questions for photographers Kristin Sjaarda and Jon Setter
4/15/2020
This instalment, in partnership with FFOTO, discusses the work flow and consequences of self-isolation during COVID-19 with the photographers Kristin Sjaarda and Jon Setter.
INTERVIEW WITH LAURA PAYNE
4/13/2020
As science, technology, and digital media continue to influence the trajectory of contemporary art, Laura Payne's current practice addresses the space where abstraction becomes hypereality, referencing a dimension beyond our three. We asked her about her sources of inspiration and the future of her practice. Here are her answers:
INTERVIEW WITH EMILY FILLER
4/2/2020
Flowers act as a departure point to a world that dissolves into abstraction. Like a collage, her work is pieced together from things she has seen, things that linger in her mind. Filler is a collector of images - patterns from fabrics, images from books, magazines, her environment, and photographs she takes incessantly. Yet the finished works do not appear as a collage - rather, she has gathered these fragments and made them into a complete image, something whole. Read our full interview with the Canadian artist Emily Filler:

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