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Roberto Cuoghi. January 22, 2011 - May 15, 2011.---Italian artist Roberto Cuoghi makes videos, sculpture, paintings, and drawings, in a variety of unconventional media, which expand on the possibilities for transformation and question our understanding of identity. For his most legendary work, the artist, at the time a pierced punk, decided to followed his father’s daily routine of eating, dressing and working, and eventually came to resemble the middle-aged man. Painting, Drawing
Shannon Ebner. July 16, 2011 - October 9, 2011.---Los Angeles-based artist Shannon Ebner’s work investigates the correlations between photography and language. Informed by various modes of writing—including poetry, experimental writing, and political speech—Ebner constructs images in the studio and the landscape. She builds letters and phrases out of vernacular materials such as cardboard, wood, and cinder blocks, calling attention to the ways language and imagery are constructed.
ANTONY. January 21, 2012 - May 13, 2012.---Over the past 20 years, Antony has developed an esoteric and diverse body of work that includes not only his critically acclaimed music and elaborate performances but also his lesser-known work in collage, drawing, and sculpture. Antony’s work emerges from a set of rituals such as washing and burning paper or engaging in repetitive mark-making as well as cutting, tearing, and sewing found images.
Patricia Esquivias. November 13, 2011 - February 12, 2012.---Venezuelan-born artist Patricia Esquivias creates videos that weave found images, history, and personal anecdotes into narratives that convey her insights about contemporary culture. Esquivias acts as narrator in these vignettes, in which she presents clips from videos and magazines, photos, drawings, and other small objects.
Danica Dakić. April 30, 2011 - August 7, 2011.---Bosnian artist Danica Dakić creates videos and photographs that explore displacement, role-playing, and alienation. Her exhibition features Isola Bella (2007-2008), a video created with the residents of a facility for the mentally and physically disabled, the Home for the Protection of Children and Youth, in a town outside of Sarajevo. Dakić transforms the facility’s small theater into a film set by inserting a 19th-century wallpaper design...
Dara Friedman. January 19, 2013 - April 14, 2013. -- Dara Friedman explores notions of performativity, urban space, and the individual in the public sphere in her ebullient, poetic films and videos. For 'Dancer' (2011), she enlisted Miami-based dancers of all stripes to dance through the city streets for the camera. With the city streets as a backdrop, dancers improvise, expressing the specificity of their styles and skills and making meaning through movement.
Enrico David. January 12, 2013 - May 5, 2013 --- Transient figures and intangible forms dwell in the work of Enrico David. They retain a graphic quality as they transition from spontaneous sketches on paper to painting, sculptures, and other media. This installation takes its cue from a singular figure modeled in bronze around a hollow animal bone and bound to a protruding blade.