Beverley Bennett's practice revolves around the act of drawing and the perpetual possibilities it possesses. Acts of play evolve into ritualistic, performative, labour intensive actions that generate a greater understanding of the processes of making, allowing th
I am a conceptual artist and my image-based installations explore issues relating to international trade and commerce, farmer’s rights, race and human rights. My goal is to create work that is simultaneously attractive and repulsive. Though the subject of my work varies, the common threa
Cyprien Gaillard's work explores the effect of architecture on human life, using techniques borrowed from Land Art and Minimalism. He treats modernist buildings as romantic ruins, and aestheticizes their destruction. Gaillard films the demolition of housing projects and the explosions that carve away
Fred Sandback was born in Bronxville, New York where, as a young man, he made banjos and dulcimers. He majored in philosophy at Yale University before studying sculpture with Donald Judd and Robert Morris. He received a BFA in 1966 and an MFA in 1969 from the Yale School of Art.
Sandback's first o