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On Sam Moyer’s work :

Sam Moyer’s beguiling\, expansive pictures oscillat e astutely between the sublime and the decorative. How she made them is har d to tell just by looking. Mounted on panels whose dimensions range from ab out 5 to 10 feet\, they resemble much-enlarged\, black-and-white aerial pho tographs of mountainous topographies\, possibly from another planet. They a lso are like giant\, dark photocopies of profusely wrinkled bedsheets. In m ost cases\, they are crosses by paler\, translucent bands that appear as if caused by a flaw in the reproductive machinery.

Ms. Moyer cru mples sheets of fabric\, dyes them back\, stretches them out\, makes stripe s using bleach and the irons them flat onto wood panels.


in The New York Times\, Art In Revi ew\, Sam Moyer by Ken Johnson\, 8 March 2012


Sam Moyer (b.1983) lives and works in Brookly n. She received a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design and a MFA from Yale School of Art. Sam Moyer has exhibited her work in “Between Spac es” at PS1 Contemporary Art Center\, Queens in 2010. She has also exhibited at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis\, Cleopatra’s\, Brooklyn\, and Ma x Hans Daniel\, Berlin\, among other venues. And Rachel Ufner\, NY \, Socié té\, Berlin.


On Elaine Cameron-Weir’s work :

The specific beauty of the dandy consists part icularly in that cold exterior resulting from the unshakable determination to remain unmoved\; one is reminded of a latent fire\, whose existence is m erely suspected\, and which\, if it wanted to\, but it does not\, could bur st forth in all its brightness.
The Painter of Modern Life\, Charles Baudelaire

A long-forgotten neon lamp that was s witched on during the Great Depression and left burning for about 77 years has been discovered hidden behind a dusty partition at Clifton’s Cafeteria.
Los Angeles Times\, May 26th\, 2012

My he art goes round and round/ My love comes a tumblin’ down/ You leave me ahhhh / Breathless\, ah!/ I shake all over and you know why/ I’m sure it’s love h oney that’s no lie/ Cause when you call my name/ You know I burn like a woo den flame/ You leave me ahhhhhh/ Breathless!
Breathless\, composed by Otis Blackwell\, first recor ded by Jerry Lee Lewis


Elaine Cameron-Weir (b. 1985) is an artist currently living in New York. She received a BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design\, Alber ta\, Canada and an MFA from New York University\, New York. Among other pla ces\, she has exhibited in Philadelphia\, New York\, Cologne and Paris. Her work has been reviewed in publications including Art Papers\, The Brooklyn Rail\, BOMB magazine and The New York Times and was recently acquired by t he Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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