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20110311134624-cranachlge0832 THE NEW YORK PHOTO REVIEW — Ed Barnas  
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Antony Crossfield, Cornelia Hediger, Phillip Toledano, Carla van de Puttelaar at KLOMPCHING GALLERY March 16th, 2011 - April 22nd, 2011
Posted 3/26/11

THE BODY REDEFINED — Ed Barnas for The New York Photo Review The subject of this group show is the representation of the human body and each of these four photographers takes a markedly different approach. I had seen the work of three of these artists exhibited at the Klompching Gallery before, but Carla van de Puttelaar’s work was a new addition. Carla van de Puttelaar’s images, from her Cranach series, are the most traditional: three very vertical, full length images of young women seem... [more]

Invdrawlge HOTSHOE — Bill Kouwenhoven  
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Antony Crossfield at KLOMPCHING GALLERY October 29th, 2009 - December 19th, 2009
Posted 1/5/10

HOTSHOE, December 2009/January 2010 Antony Crossfield, The Body in Question — Bill Kouwenhoven "With Foreign Body, Antony Crossfield presents a powerful and unsettling series of images that work simultaneously on a number of levels. While they remain photographically based, they incorporate concerns and techniques more normally associated with painting. Crossfield pulls out all of the tools in the modern photographer's bag of digital and analogue tricks to great effect in these intelligent, beautif... [more]

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Antony Crossfield at KLOMPCHING GALLERY October 29th, 2009 - December 19th, 2009
Posted 11/2/09

111 Front Street Galleries — Rafael Soldi "Klompching is a fantastic gallery with a very clear vision and mission. They have consistently presented great shows and they are always worth a visit. Deborah Klomp Ching reviewed my thesis work at MICA and she was very insightful and honest with her criticism, which I always appreciate. Their upcoming show is Foreign Body by Antony Crossfield. It opens next Thursday November 5th, 6-8pm. Be there!" [more]

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Antony Crossfield at KLOMPCHING GALLERY October 29th, 2009 - December 19th, 2009
Posted 11/2/09

OCULAR OCTOPUS — TODD WALKER HALLOWEEN HORROR SHOW: ANTONY CROSSFIELD AT KLOMPCHING   "Antony Crossfield has made some seriously disturbing images, maybe perfect for Artlog’s Halloween-themed gallery crawl tonight. Crossfield’s photographs are digitally manipulated to combine multiple naked, greasy, sweaty bodies into tormented masses, reminiscent of a specific vein of Hollywood horror. Issues of personal space, individuality, discomfort with full frontal male nudity, and disfiguration all le... [more]

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Antony Crossfield at KLOMPCHING GALLERY October 29th, 2009 - December 19th, 2009
Posted 10/30/09

THE L MAGAZINE, October 30, 2009Antony Crossfield: Foreign Body "The fused, melted and hybrid bodies in Crossfield's uneasy photo-manipulations are very literally joined at the hips (or elsewhere), yet appear eerily isolated and lonely in their dilapidated and tragic surroundings." [more]

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Antony Crossfield at KLOMPCHING GALLERY October 29th, 2009 - December 19th, 2009
Posted 10/27/09

NEW YORK MAGAZINE, October 26, 2009 Profile — Opening Soon “Warped and oily and way-too-appealing photographs, considering the sadistic things that appear to be happening to this British artist's models. Most are playing naked Twister—not the fun version—while one little girl is literally stretching beyond her limits. Guillermo del Toro should visit this show." KLOMPCHING NOTE: A 'little girl' does not appear in the artist's artwork. [more]

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Antony Crossfield at KLOMPCHING GALLERY November 5th, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 10/26/09

Can't wait for this show to open - have seen some of the work in the UK already - it is unique, skillful and totally mesmerising!  A very cool discovery by the Klompching Gallery - they seem to have an eye for very fine work and introducing great British talent! [more]

Mblge1 NEW YORK TIMES — Penelope Green  
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Marc Baruth, Matthew Baum, Antony Crossfield, Odette England, Steve Hanson, Doug Keyes, Curtis Mann, David Trautrimas at KLOMPCHING GALLERY March 5th, 2009 - April 24th, 2009
Posted 3/5/09

NEW YORK TIMES, March 4, 2009 Household Appliances Inspire an Artist's Vision of Home — Penelope Green "David Trautrimas, a 30-year-old Canadian artist, takes apart old kitchen mixers, hole punchers, waffle irons, staplers, vacuum cleaners, coffee machines and other household objects; photographs the pieces; and then “reassembles” them digitally, into what he calls “Habitat Machines.” With their industrial steampunk aesthetic and looming, animated postures, his machines would fit nicely into the... [more]

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