For Hugo Aveta, who works and lives in Córdoba, Argentina, time, ghosts, and memories become conceptual raw material. In his devastated, dehumanized scenarios—realized through photographs, videos, sculptures, models, drawings, sound installations, and immersive, site-specific works—what persists is the echo of what was and will never return.
Hablar del Grupo Bondi—nombre que sale del lunfardo para referirse a los colectivos públicos de Buenos Aires—es, ante todo, hacer referencia a un colectivo de artistas que se vinculan bajo una bandera común para pensar propuestas creativas, operando en el campo del diseño industrial en su interacción con la vida cotidiana, asumiendo una mirada artística.
For Mary Mattingly, art is about life and survival. Her interlinked earth-, water-, food-, and community- centered projects attune us to the planet’s basic rhythms and needs (as well as our own), helping us to understand the complex ecosystems that sustain us.
The Argentinian sculptor Carola Zech has spent over 25 years expanding the limits of sculpture, installation, and context. In her often site-specific works, she thinks about space and all its actors—especially the body of the viewer—as a nucleus that grows or contracts with the interaction of the parts.
Systems, patterns, strata, bodies, and machines are among the preoccupations of British sculptor Holly Hendry. Turning things inside out and breaking their inner workings down into individual, often corporeal, parts, she reveals boundaries that are often more porous and permeable than we might imagine.
Serena is surviving on the median between uptown and downtown traffic on Manhattan’s Park Avenue at 36th Street, just a few blocks below Grand Central. There, she dwells in flawless, larger-than-life quiescence, her luxurious long fingers caressing the shiny blue inner tube that keeps her afloat atop a stone podium.
London-based Nika Neelova excavates new perspectives from found objects and reclaimed architectural materials, transforming them into intriguing forms filled with memories and echoes of history.
Karen and Robert Duncan, Chairman Emeritus at his family-owned business Duncan Aviation, are longtime collectors and supporters of art, particularly contemporary art. Their sculpture collection, which includes works by Georgia O’Keeffe, Carl Andre, Jim Dine, Richard Long, Sophie Ryder, Antony Gormley, and Annabeth Rosen, among many others, fills the house and grounds of their 40-acre estate in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Artista visual, escultora, ceramista, dibujante y pintora, Mónica Canzio aborda su producción experimentando, especialmente en la escultura, con las diferentes tensiones de los materiales sin descuidar la impronta gestual y la poesía en la obra.
The notion of thing-ness is central to Nina Nowak’s interdisciplinary practice, yet, for her, a thing is never just one thing. In her works, which are often composed as symphonies of objects and situations, the social and historical meanings of things—carpets, wood, dust—converge with their physical realities and properties.