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Congrats to SculptureCenter alum Pamela Rosenkranz! Pamela will represent Switzerland at the 2015 Venice Bienniale.Here’s an image from A Disagreeable Object, the 2012 Group Exhibition at SculptureCenter, curated by Ruba Katrib. Pamela Rosenkranz, Awesome Power, 2012, Seven pairs of sneakers, plaster, silicone, pigments. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.
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Congrats to SculptureCenter alum Pamela Rosenkranz! Pamela will represent Switzerland at the 2015 Venice Bienniale.

Here’s an image from A Disagreeable Object, the 2012 Group Exhibition at SculptureCenter, curated by Ruba Katrib. Pamela Rosenkranz, Awesome Power, 2012, Seven pairs of sneakers, plaster, silicone, pigments. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.

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FEATURED ARTIST: Fay Nicolson 

Fay Nicolson works across painting, print, sculpture and photography, transforming works by dragging them through multiple processes; temporary arrangements of objects become semi-abstract photographs; watercolor paintings on graph paper translate into large digital prints on silk. Nicolson is fascinated by aesthetic education, and the methods or structures that have been used to develop, define and document such creative experiences. Nicolson often conducts repetitive visual and material exercises in her studio to generate large bodies of work, such as her on-going series of analogue photographs Marginal Notes.

Her recent solo exhibitions include A P E L at Almanac Projects and P A R E at West Lane South. Recent group exhibitions include Open Cube, White Cube and Mind Rhymes, Hidde van Seggelen Gallery, both in London, UK. Forthcoming exhibitions and projects include Open File: A Rehearsal, Outpost Gallery, Norwich UK, March 2014 and Textile Languages, Thalie Art Project, Brussels, Belgium, April 2014.

Fay Nicolson, A is for Albers, 2011-12. 500 photocopies on white and blue paper, wood, perspex. Dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist.

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FEATURED ARTIST: Fay Nicolson 

Fay Nicolson works across painting, print, sculpture and photography, transforming works by dragging them through multiple processes; temporary arrangements of objects become semi-abstract photographs; watercolor paintings on graph paper translate into large digital prints on silk. Nicolson is fascinated by aesthetic education, and the methods or structures that have been used to develop, define and document such creative experiences. Nicolson often conducts repetitive visual and material exercises in her studio to generate large bodies of work, such as her on-going series of analogue photographs Marginal Notes.

Her recent solo exhibitions include A P E L at Almanac Projects and P A R E at West Lane South. Recent group exhibitions include Open Cube, White Cube and Mind Rhymes, Hidde van Seggelen Gallery, both in London, UK. Forthcoming exhibitions and projects include Open File: A Rehearsal, Outpost Gallery, Norwich UK, March 2014 and Textile Languages, Thalie Art Project, Brussels, Belgium, April 2014.

Fay Nicolson, A is for Albers, 2011-12. 500 photocopies on white and blue paper, wood, perspex. Dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist.

http://www.sculpture-center.org/