Exhibition will include recent photographs from Nagaoka’s series examining Asian masculinity and society’s patriarchal structure as played out in the domestic sphere.
A multi-media artist on the West Coast gets up close and personal with their viewers, unsettling the notion of a fixed identity.
Harwood’s inaugural solo exhibition features a series of paintings reflecting on the burdens of adolescent dilemmas, shame and the deconstruction of identity. By referencing the occult and feminist horror tropes, Harwood conjures a supernatural world that is at once sinister and playful.
The team at Collectors’ Photography Gallery proudly invites you to our winter show, Reveil: Images…
Through a combination of hand-sewn textiles and paints, Capron joins together an array of patterns and striking colors to fashion bodily forms. Merging figuration with abstraction, these works explore cultural hybridity, pride, and the competing desires to assimilate and to be seen.
Anderson talk about his process, inspiration, favorite Ghibli character, identity, Los Angeles, and more.
Palileo recontextualizes these stories, portraits, and images in an attempt to resuscitate these figures from the exploitative gaze of these ethnographic images.
Beginning in 18th century France, fashion plate prints introduced buyers to current fashion trends. Engravings collaged with silk or velvet depicted women in the latest styles. Green’s Fashion Plate extends this tradition to encompass contemporary fashion, gender, and identity, intertwined with the artist’s personal narratives.
Flood’s photographs suggest a changing self located within a difficult but perhaps all too common history, at once revealed and withheld.
In Summoners, Calderwood attempts to think with the ideas and processes around a variety of kinds of persona building, Be it LARPing, Fursonas, Drag, or even the most common LARP event, Halloween.