Kate Clark
“She Gets What She Wants”
Zebra hide, foam, clay, pins, thread, rubber eyes, wood, paint, approx. 30 x 36 x 22 inches
2013

Kate Clark
“The Answer to Your Prayers”
Antilope hide, antlers, foam, clay, pins, thread, rubber eyes, wood, paint, approx. 30 x 18 x 14 inches
2013

Kate Clark
“Untitled- Portrait 1”
Archival ink and paper, paint, pencil, unique in a series of 10, framed, 28.5 x 21 inches
2013

Robert Szot
Knickerbocker
oil on linen
52x48
2013

Robert Szot
Cathedral (Los Angeles)
oil on linen
52x50
2013

Robert Szot
Supadriss
Oil on linen
30" x 30"
2012

Robert Szot
A Long Absence From Town
oil on linen
22" x 16"
2013

Robert Szot
Men on Bowery
oil on linen
50" x 42"
2013

Laurent Chéhère
Caravane / Caravan
Size A: 35.4" x 35.4" Size B: 47.2" x 47.2"
2012
Limited edition of 7 + 2AP

Laurent Chéhère
En Feu / On fire
Size A: 35.4" x 35.4" Size B: 47.2" x 47.2"
2012
Limited edition of 7 + 2AP

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo
Blend
mixed media video sculpture
11" x 18" x 11"
edition 1/6 + AP, 2009

"Blend" presents us with a tiny 1950's housewife specimen memorialized in a prison/household appliance. Turn on the blender and purée the tiny housewife into a dizzying tornado of dishevelment.

Gabriel Barcia-Colombo
Animalia Chordata
mixed media video sculpture
6 videos of 4 minute loop and 6 videos of 6 minute loop
Unique edition in a series, 24" x 17" x 10"
2006/2013

Animalia Chordata comes from the Latin nomenclature for human beings. Six video-projected people representing a range of typologies – from the Wall Street businessman to the precocious little girl – are “trapped” inside glass volumes of varying shapes (including a sinuous Cognac bottle and a chemistry beaker), much like insects are captured in jars. The projection through two panes of glass transforms the traditional two-dimensional video into three-dimensional holographic images.

One projector concurrently plays six different videos, meticulously stitched together as a single composite video, on a ten-minute loop. In their natural state, the projected people stand, sit, waver and lean. But when they feel “threatened” by a viewer approaching the work, they react in a defensive manner.

Treasure Frey
Flame
gouache, acrylic, and gold pigment on walnut-stained paper
25" x 19", framed
2012

Treasure Frey
The Triangle
gouache, acrylic, and gold pigment on walnut-stained paper
25" x 19", framed
2012

James Minden
Apart
hand-incised plastic and acrylic on panel
18" x 18"
2013