Irina Rozovsky, Nets, 2009. Archival inkjet print. Courtesy the artist.
Irina Rozovsky’s photography work has been published and exhibited in the United States and abroad. Her first solo museum exhibition A Perpetual Hold is on display at the Southeast Museum of Photography through May 2013. Rozovsky received her MFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art. She lives in Brooklyn, NY and teaches at the International Center of Photography. Rozovsky says of this image: “…another instance of insomnia—I was in Israel and staying in a closet-sized room. There was only enough space for a small cot, this lamp, and its enormous shadow.”
Irina Rosovzky, Untitled, 2012. Archival Inkjet print. Courtesy the artist.
Alice Channer, Primordial Fluids 2, 2012. Digital print on Heavy Crepe De Chine, chrome bars, and cables. Courtesy of the artist; the Approach, London; Lisa Cooley, New York. Photo credit: Cary Whittier.
Alice Channer, Artificial Intelligence (detail), 2012. Digital print on accordion pleated Heavy Crepe De Chine, mirror polished stainless steel, and chromed aluminium. Courtesy of the artist; the Approach, London; Lisa Cooley, New York. Photo credit: Cary Whittier.
Alice Channer, Tectonic Plates, 2012. Mirror-polished stainless steel, cast bronze, cast aluminum, accordion pleated hi-tech lamé, elastic, and nail polish. On wall: MAH684G, 2012. Cast and mirror polished aluminum. Courtesy of the artist; the Approach, London; Lisa Cooley, New York. Photo credit: Cary Whittier.
Alice Channer lives and works in London. Recent solo exhibitions include Invertebrates at the Hepworth Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK and Cold Blood at Lisa Cooley, NY. She will present a solo show at the Kunstverein Freiburg in the Fall of 2013, and will be included in the 55th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition, Il Palazzo Enciclopedico / The Encyclopedic Palace. Channer completed a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, and an MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, both in London.
Alice Channer, Installation view of Cold Blood, 2012. Courtesy of the artist; the Approach, London; Lisa Cooley, New York. Photo credit: Cary Whittier
Katie Bell, Breaker, 2011. Acrylic, vinyl, foam, rope, and paper on wall. Courtesy of the artist and Mixed Greens Gallery.
Katie Bell, Fertal Grounds, 2012. Acrylic, carpet, plaster, and foam. Photo Credit: Cibele Veira.
Katie Bell, Blue Eyes Heavy Bluffs, 2012. Acrylic, fiberglass, wood, linoleum, towels, plaster, foam, tape, cinder blocks, and feux geode bookends. Photo Credit: Carly Gaebe.
Katie Bell is interested in the way materials and surfaces associated with the home—such as linoleum, wallpaper, and carpet—relate to abstract painting, as well as how the process of building can relate to constructing a painting. Bell has shown her work at venues including Mixed Greens Gallery in New York, Nudashank in Baltimore, PLUG Projects in Kansas City, and Okay Mountain Gallery in Austin. She currently has work included in PAINT THINGS at the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA as well as Parallel Art Space in Brooklyn. Originally from Rockford, Illinois, Bell graduated in 2011 from RISD with an MFA in Painting. She lives and works in Brooklyn.
Katie Bell, A Night’s Mission, 2012. Vinyl, wood, foam, plastic, carpet, paper, glue, rope, drywall spray, linoleum, and acrylic on wall. Photo Credit: Carly Gaebe.