Julia Dault – Various Sculptures

Julia Dault is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her solo exhibition “Blame It On the Rain” was recently on view at the Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver. It is related to “Color Me Badd,” presented last autumn at the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto.

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Adam Daily – Large Geometrical Abstract Work

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Adam Daily attended Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York where he earned a B.S. in 2003. He earned his M.F.A. from the University at Albany in 2007. Daily’s work spans a variety of media and techniques, including painting, photography and collage. Characterized by experimentation and innovation in production methods and materials, Daily often combines digital and hand made processes to create new and unique work. In 2011, he was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship in Digital/ Electronic Arts for a body of work combining photography, painting and collage. He has had solo exhibitions of large-scale painting in the Barn 2 gallery at Salem Art Works in Salem, N.Y. and at The Foundry for Art and Design, in Cohoes N.Y. Most recently, he exhibited at the Governors Island Art Fair on Governors Island, N.Y.

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Leo Eguiarte – Holographic Conjuration

Leo Eguiarte is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist. His work “Holographic conjuration” is a visual metaphor for the illusionary state we as people are subjected to by our material desires. The work addresses issues of perceived power and its consolidation by a selected minority, the psychological, social, spiritual, and cultural effects of which are visible on both micro and macro levels.

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Gemis Luciani – Marginal Composition

“Marginal Compositions is a project in development centered on the investigation of a marginal space’s aesthetic qualities. The works are realized with various magazines. Every magazine’s page is folded in a way to erase the textual element of the previous page and to leave only the margin visible. The compositions are produced by repeating this action until the magazine’s surface is completely covered. Every work is a representative but not definitive image documenting this kind of space’s expressive potential.” – Gemis Luciani

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