Art

My Dear Deer: Paintings by Oksana Reznik

August 21, 2020

In “My Dear Deer,” Ukrainian painter Oksana Reznik depicts wild animals in formally surreal and modernist settings, reminding us of nature’s inevitable incursions into our manufactured, mediated, technological existence.

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Bio-Incursions: Artworks by Lino Azevedo

July 17, 2020

How does technology influence your life? Savannah, Georgia-based painter Lino Azevedo’s finely rendered artworks offer unsettling psychological insight into the question.

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Spectral Symmetries: Self-Portraiture by Brenda Mann Hammack

April 24, 2020

The mysteries of being grow ever-more obscure in the digitally manipulated self portraits of artist Brenda Mann Hammack.

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Uneasy Alchemy: The Art of Aurora Consurgens

December 5, 2018

The unknown illustrator of the Aurora Consurgens, an obscure alchemical treatise of the 15th century, produced metaphor-rich artworks that are strange, disturbing, raw — and curiously intriguing.

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Strange Hybrids: The Art of Robert W. Walker

June 19, 2018

The art of Ohio-based painter Robert Walker leaps from genre tropes to the nakedly reactive core of your id, creating images that are visceral, beautiful, full of intrigue — and real danger. From his “environmental surrealism” to a gorgeously disturbing Wonderland, you are advised to proceed with caution.

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Let Them Eat Blood Cake: The Gross Food Porn of Craig Latchaw

January 29, 2016

Somewhere between a punk-rock Harvey Kurtzman and R. Crumb guesting on “Top Chef” are Craig Latchaw’s gleefully gross gourmet recipes, seasoned with all the farmworker abuses, assembly-line injuries, and accumulated factory filth of today’s food industry.

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