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Watchlist Artist: Joshua Lutz

ClampArt is very pleased to announce “Joshua Lutz: Hesitating Beauty,” the artist’s second solo show at the gallery. The exhibition coincides with the release of Lutz’s monograph of the same title from Schilt Publishing (Hardcover, 96 pages, 9.5 x 6.7 inches, $35). In “Hesitating Beauty,” Lutz breaks down the structure of the photograph as truth and challenges the traditional function of the medium in building narrative. The project is an intimate portrait of the artist’s mother unlike any... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 4/25/13
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Heaven Help Them

by Hong-An Truong
  Another lovely summer group show is just downstairs from Arario Gallery. ClampArt’s iteration is a show entitled Arcadia, after the ancient Greek province of the same name that evokes pastoral landscapes, dryads, nymphs, and other spirits of nature. The show consists mostly of photographic works that explore the notion paradise and includes works by James Bidgood, Aziz + Cucher, Olaf Otto Becker, Stan Gaz, Karen Gunderson, Christopher Harris, Mark Jaremko, Lori Nix, Arthur Tress,... [more]
Posted by Hong-An Truong on 7/5/09
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Everything's a Blur

by Elana Rubinfeld
In keeping with the theme of holiday escapes, Mark Yankus's second exhibition of pigment prints at ClampArt should be classified as more of a staycation. If you live in a city with big buildings then you can even recreate them yourself. Here's how: wait for a rainy afternoon, or a clear day at dusk, go outside, look at a building, preferably with traffic going by, and squint your eyes so that everything – changes.  That captured point of change is heightened by Yankus' ability to manipulate... [more]
Posted by Elana Rubinfeld on 11/30/08
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Bears Not Babies!

by Keith Miller
A few months ago I was flipping through the free cable channels when I saw one of Jill Greenberg’s photo’s of a baby screaming. It was MSNBC or something like it and the irate family values guest was explaining how Greenberg’s work was cruel to children. In her current show at ClampArt, Greenberg has left the children alone (thank goodness!) and chosen bears instead. These photos follow up her photos of monkeys. These are not teary-eyed bears or monkeys. Instead, they seem somewhere between... [more]
Posted by Keith Miller on 11/4/07
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