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Artsuite - Jennifer Dasal - ArtCurious - Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History , she goes even deeper on the questions that have fascinated her listeners and explores fresh mysteries, including seven chapters of all-new material.
Artsuite - Ryan McGinley - Whistle for the Wind - McGinley is an artist who understands and chronicles his own generation as no artist has before him. McGinley has managed to capture the hedonistic adventures of youth culture—kids hanging out and enjoying life—but without the dark underbelly of earlier artists who mined similar themes.
Artsuite - Ricardo Cases - Paloma al Aire - Ricardo Cases' third photobook deals with an unusual subject: the practice of pigeon racing in the Spanish regions of Valencia and Murcia, a game consisting of releasing one female pigeon and dozens of male pigeons that chase her trying to get her attention.
Artsuite - Lucas Blalock - Windows, Mirrors, Tabletops - Hardcover, bound in cloth with no exterior printing, 238 pages, with 175 black and white and color photographs. Lucas Blalock plays with the conventions of photography by exploring its limits and inherent contradictions. He examines not only the photograph’s subject but also the internal information of its making.
Artsuite - Tiane Doan Na Champassak - Kolkata - Clothbound hardcover, edition of 500 copies, numbered and signed. Photographs and text by Tiane Doan na Champassak, design by Bureau Kayser.  Kolkata It is the only city which holds such an intense concentration of extremes; quiet and loud, rich and poor, clean and dirty, modern and old, beautiful and ugly, past and present.

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Artsuite - Anthony Goicolea - Mixed Media - 16" x 20" - Anonymous Self-Portraits eschews traditional portraiture and renders identity through coded body language, gesture and performance. Figures simultaneously reveal and conceal themselves as they push against the architectural boundaries of their vestments.

Anthony Goicolea

New York, NY

Anthony Goicolea is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist whose work ranges from photography, sculpture and video to multi-layered drawings on Mylar and large-scale installations. He holds an MFA in sculpture and photography from Pratt Institute of Art. Goicolea’s art is held in many public collections, including those of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, as well as the Hirshhorn Museum in D.C., the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh; 21C Museum in Louisville KY, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in NY. He was selected to create the first LGBT Memorial in the United States unveiled in NYC’s Hudson River Park in 2018.

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Artsuite - BA Thomas - At the Mercy of the Wind - Original Mixed Media artwork-24 x 18"-Thomas' paintings explore the relationship between space, time, and the human experience. Her work questions traditional social constructs of spaces, the behavioral choices inferred from movement or objects, the meaning behind possessions, and ultimately, what humans leave behind.

BA Thomas

Raleigh, NC

 

With degrees in both studio art and psychology, Thomas finds connections between the two fields by creating paintings that explore the relationship between space, time, and the human experience. While predominantly an oil painter, her artistic practice also envelops aspects of writing, drawing, and collage. She questions traditional social constructs of spaces, the behavioral choices inferred from movement or objects, the meaning behind possessions, and ultimately, what humans leave behind.


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Artsuite - Barbara Campbell Thomas - Penuma Study #1 - Original Mixed Media Artwork - 8 x 9" - Barbara Campbell Thomas's work combines painting with quilting, overlaying their material vocabularies to create complex formal dialogues within each painting that resonate with the details of her own life and the history of each medium.

Barbara Campbell Thomas

Greensboro, NC

Barbara Campbell Thomas's work combines painting with quilting, overlaying their material vocabularies to create complex formal dialogues within each painting that resonate with the details of her own life and the history of each medium. She came relatively late to quilting, which she learned from her mother, but quickly realized its power as an art form traditionally practiced by women to inform and expand the range of painting.

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Artsuite - Beverly McIver - What I Can't See - Original Painting. McIver’s autobiographical paintings are richly colorful and chronicle her life struggle with her African-American identity. Her voice in these works is brave and bold and the different interpretations by white and black viewers highlights the collision of the worlds that she straddles daily.

Beverly McIver

Durham, NC

 

Currently the Professor of the Practice at Duke University, Beverly McIver is widely acknowledged as a significant presence in contemporary American art.  Charting a new direction as an African American woman artist, she is committed to producing art that consistently examines racial, gender, social and occupational identity. McIver’s autobiographical paintings are richly colorful and chronicle her life struggle with her African-American identity. Her 2020 self-portraits and paintings of family and friends confront her feelings and fears of the chaos and isolation brought on by a pandemic while battling racial injustice.  Her voice in these works is loud, unapologetic, brave and bold and the different interpretations by white and black viewers highlights the collision of the worlds that she straddles daily.

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