Nicholas Krushenick

“Nicholas Krushenick made paintings that are simultaneously idiosyncratic and inevitable, melding Pop and abstraction seemingly before anyone else thought to do it—a fusion that has survived its original moment to seem more vital than ever.” -Art In America 

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Joseph Szabo

“I try to focus on the beauty of the individual and whatever strengths they have. I always think, am I presenting this person in a good light? Would this upset them?  I’ve always had this feeling of wanting to be connected with people. If you want to be connected with people, it has to be on positive terms.”  - Joseph Szabo RUSSH Magazine

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Frank Stella’s Protractor Series

“Frank Stella’s Protractor series are named for circular-plan towns in Asia Minor. The artist, who had recently traveled to Iran, cited Persian decorative art and architecture as the series’ inspiration: ‘The trip was a very big experience for me….There’s all that interlacing, or interweaving….Things doubling back on themselves like snakes swallowing their tails.” — The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

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Vija Celmins

“As for my work, which is not that entertaining, or about entertainment, the one thing that I always wish to have is my small handprint, so that it would be considered one gesture from one human being to another.”
Vija Celmins

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Untitled (Web 4) 2002 by Vija Celmins born 1938

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Justine Kurland

 “I drove from New York to California by myself. The iconography of travel and escape is everywhere in my photographs, and this journey was about being a teenage runaway, a narrative that runs through my work. So actually becoming a runaway was crucial.” Interview with Justine Kurland

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