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I am extremely excited to welcome Bryan Nash Gill and to announce that we are offering his work at Ashes & Milk. As a lover of natural textures and literal translations of beauty, I am completely embraced by the above print. Through relief printing and a laborious rubbing technique Byran created the above piece Hemlock 82 (Bryan literally scratched his fingernails over every surface of the tree). At the grand size of 52″ long x 38.5″ wide the actual diameter, texture and pattern of this tree section is gorgeously translated onto paper. Living next to an old mill, Bryan is able to procure beautiful specimens to his studio. The above image shows Bryan preparing the surface of a Hemlock tree cross section into a print block.
Born in 1973 in Rijeka, Croatia, David Maljkovic is known for his elegant film installations, sculptures, drawings, and photomontages, which draw on former Yugoslavia’s rich modernist legacy. With two major upcoming exhibitions at the Secession Vienna and SculptureCenter New York, the Zagreb-based artist’s past one-person exhibitions include: “Out of Projection,” Art Unlimited, Basel (2010); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (2009-2010); Kunstverein Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germany (2008); “Almost Here,” Kunstverein Hamburg (2007); MoMA PS1 (2007); “Scene for New Heritage Trilogy,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (2007); “Days Below Memory,” CAPC, Musee D’art Contemporain, Bordeaux (2007); and “Scene for New Heritage,” Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands (2005). Maljkovic has participated in group shows such as: “New Festival,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2011); “Rearview Mirror,” Power Plant, Toronto (2011); “Che cosa sono le nuvole?
Über die aus der Zukunft fließende Zeit - 2006 video on DVD, paint, wood, Molton curtain Format variable 10 min In Manuel Graf's "about the time flowing from future" the artist's former teacher reports "about the time flowing from future". The title as the beginning manifests itself through an animation of Frank Loyd Wrights "Falling Waters". It is followed by a graphic of the Dusseldorf Theodor-Heuss-Bridge, from which (being the present location) a piece of "Now" breaks off and falls into the roof of an animated version of Ledoux' lock-keeper-house.
West African power associations are responsible for an array of arts, including masks, sculptures, and performances. The arts of kómó and kónó , two predominantly male institutions, have captured the attention of museum audiences in Europe and the United States. Communities across western West Africa support the two organizations and many others, including several belonging to women.