Tehching HsiehNanjhou, Pingtung County, Taiwan) was a noted New York City-based performance artist; he has been called a “master” by another performance artist, Marina Abramović.
Tehching Hsieh dropped out from high school and started creating art in the form of paintings; he went on to creat
Born in 1933 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, James Rosenquist studied art at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts as a teenager and at the University of Minnesota between 1952 and 1954, painting billboards during the summers. In 1955 he moved to New York to study at the Art Students League. He left the sc
Fantastical and surreal, Luis Gispert’s photographic and video amalgams are visually rich explorations of cultural codes. Featuring eleven large-scale glossy photographs from two recent series and two looped videos, Gispert’s exhibition at Artpace illustrates a concern with, and critique of, vari
Victor Hugo once said that, in contrast to the sublime, the grotesque is the richest material that nature can offer art. Iva Gueorguieva heeds Hugo's words, fashioning wall-sized paintings laden with thickly rendered, sickly hued detail. Gueorguieva's works embody the hybridized and occasionally terr