THE WORK OF ALISON UNDERWOOD : ALWAYS THE TWO TOGETHER
In the studio with Alex Kimball
Maria Owen visits the studio of Nashville-based painter Alex Kimball whose work relies on sorting through scrap and finding meaning in fragments.
The Dog Had Ate the Hand by Ana Villagomez at Josh Pazda Hiram Butler, Houston
Valentin Diaconov grapples with how Ana Villagomez's paintings pose questions about flatness, abstraction and pre-figurative imagery.
Once Something Has Lived It Can Never Really Die: The Studio Education of the Junk House by Ronald Lockett at MARCH, New York
Justin Chance ruminates on the dependencies of life, death, and survival in an exhibition of the work of artist Ronald Lockett at MARCH.