Bret Price

HAMILTON, OHIO Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum Price’s abstract sculptures revel in their setting. Rather than treating the environment as a handsome backdrop against which they might strut their stuff, they go out of their way to make you pay attention to every detail in your visual field.

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Han Sai Por

SINGAPORE STPI Mulberry tree bark pounded out onto canvas, marble vessels re-imagined as fungi and bacteria, forest leaves sculpted from paper pulp—Han Sai Por’s works are populated by a menagerie that suggests we could look at nature as if it were art.

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Tania Kovats

LONDON Parafin “Oceanic,” Tania Kovats’s recent exhibition of major sculptural installations and works on paper, continued her fascination with the natural environment as a vehicle to generate heightened emotional states.

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Delia Prvački

SINGAPORE Institute of Contemporary Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts Drawing on the opulent art of the Middle Ages, the Romania-born, Singapore-based artist focused on storytelling, composition, and richness of effect, her aesthetic preference for visual abundance most evident in her use of ornamentation.

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Brie Ruais

HOUSTON Moody Center for the Arts The ceramic medium completes a conceptual circle that begins with the fragility of the environment. The brittleness of the fired clay is contradicted by the force of Ruais’s work, its monumental scale and weight.

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