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John Pilson

New York-based photographer and video artist John Pilson (b. 1968) dismantles quotidian life through satirical observations and mesmerizing tableaux, often using the urban landscape and its systematiz

Storm Tharp

This was Storm Tharp's first one-man show in New York. Tharp, whose work was included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, is based in Portland, Ore., and has been showing almost exclusively on his home tu…

Bruce Gagnier

Aptly titled “Incarnate,” Bruce Gagnier’s third show at Bookstein testified to his intense, decades-long preoccupation with the body. The New York-based sculptor has been exhibiting for over 30 year…

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Fred Holland

Though he trained as a painter at the Columbus College of Art & Design in Ohio, Fred Holland spent his early career as a choreographer and performer, dancing with, among others, the Zero Moving Danc…

William Cordova

The elegantly subversive art of Peruvian-born William Cordova reflects his South American background and his sociopolitical concerns, as well as the physical and emotional consequences of a transient…

Lawrence Fodor

Santa Fe-based abstract painter Lawrence Fodor has shown his process-oriented work extensively on the West Coast for nearly three decades. His most recent output was the subject of two shows in Santa…