Explore the works of Kang Myung Sung, one of four South Korean designers who currently share their stunning works at New York’s Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art.
“I feel especially drawn to individuals who look lost, lonely, or awkward—those who don’t appear to fit into local societal norms. As the title suggests, the ‘Waiting’ series illustrates how people are distracted by a constant internal dialogue, preoccupation with memories of the past and/or concern for the future, and are often unable to live in the present moment”—Brett Amory
“I knew that they always recorded these things and then never watched them, but they never threw them away either. So I knew there was this kind of treasure trove of data.”—Ken Okiishi on the videotapes he found in his parents’ basement.
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“Every individual in my photographs has her own or his own story to tell. But sadly we come from spaces in which most black people never had that opportunity… I’m not [here] to speak for the people, but to share and change the portrayal of black bodies… It’s about time that we bring positive imagery of us in space where we are there, but hardly seen.” —Zanele Muholi
See the artist speak with SFMOMA on Mar. 12 at 7pm. Learn more here.
Emily Sundblad is one of 103 participants at this year’s Whitney Biennial. Discover more participating artists on Artsy.
"I turned to photography because I thought it was the dominant language of our culture."—Sarah Charlesworth
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The incendiary Xu Zhen takes us into his world of plush toys and lush paintings, in a new film with MadeIn, Manhattan, by filmmaker Anthony Chen. Watch it now.
"Abstraction is real, probably more real than nature."—Josef Albers
Formento & Formento, Allis XIV, Lancaster, California, 2010, at Robert Klein Gallery.
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Nola Zirin, Cane Garden Bay, 2012, at June Kelly Gallery.
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