Reginald Marsh (14 March 1898 - 3 July 1954) was an American painter, born in Paris, most notable for his detailed depictions of life in New York City in the 1920s and 1930s. He painted using egg tempera, a forgotten medium revived in the mid-twentieth century. He also produced many watercolors, oil
Excerpt from a poem from "We Keep Our Victims Ready" by Karen Finley, 1988 After a funeral someone said to me - you know I only see you at funerals. Its been 3 since June - been 5 since June for me - He said I've made a vow - I only go to death parties if i knew someone before they were sick - Wh
Known internationally for his drawings, animated films, sculptures, installations, and stage work, Kentridge explores the history and post-apartheid political transformations of his native South Africa. Through his films -- made by a process of constant modifications via erasures to charcoal drawi
Dash Snow is best known for his sculptural installations, collages, and photographs.
Snow has exhibited in galleries and museums such as The Royal Academy in London, the Whitney Museum of American Art's 2006 Biennial "Day For Night", Deitch Projects, Saatchi Gallery and Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery i