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Bobby Gryzynger: Cloud Cafe

Bobby Gryzynger: Cloud Cafe

February 28, 2014 | | By

ABOUT THE PROJECT Cloud Cafe is an interactive interrogation of the current state of technology engagement, electronic surveillance and cultures of sharing. The work features a unique juxtaposition of old and new technologies presented in an ephemeral Internet cafe. Within the cafe environment, the project is comprised of two elements: an array of 100 handmade…

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Milton Rogovin: Miniatures

Milton Rogovin: Miniatures

February 28, 2014 | | By
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2014 Auction Preview Exhibition

2014 Auction Preview Exhibition

February 28, 2014 | | By
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CEPA Gallery’s 12th Biennial Art Auction

Thank You To Our Sponsors: CEPA Gallery Announces the 12th Biennial Art Auction Inviting art collectors and enthusiasts to register now for Western New York’s only professional art auction CEPA Gallery is delighted to announce its 12th Biennial Art Auction on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at the Market Arcade Building in downtown Buffalo’s Theatre District….

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Eric Mitchell: Amen to Artillery

Artist Statement As Americans we have always found ourselves sheltered from the daily realities of war. After years of armed conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, this disconnect became increasingly unnerving to me. Except for the few minutes of airtime on the evening news or a couple articles in the newspaper, these war became part of…

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Derek Farkas: A Vacuous Veneer

Artist’s Statement By Derek Farkas As Voyager I passed the outer rim of our solar system, NASA compiled the pictorial mosaic that has come to be known as the “Family Portrait.” Antithetical to the primary mission objective, Carl Sagan reversed the Voyager cameras back toward the inner solar system. The resulting 60 images revealed six…

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Danni Jo Bechtold, <em>Landscape Girls</em> & <em>The Worst Words</em>

DANNI JO BECHTOLD: Artist Statement Landscape Girls Humans are made up of so much more that skin and bones. We are composed of memories, people we’ve spoken to, and Earth we’ve walked. This collection in a celebration of hometowns, starry nights, grassy gardens and all of the places that have shaped the person we are…

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Adriane Little, <em>Housekeeping</em> & <em>A Very Easy Death</em>

ADRIANE LITTLE: Artist Statement The conceptual frame of my work originates from the investigation of ritual and trauma through the presence and absence of the maternal body. This is then visualized through a series of mediated rituals. This occurs either within my artistic process itself or within the final work through symbols of recuperation and…

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Tatana Kellner, <em>(Un)natural Occurrences</em>

TATANA KELLNER: Artist Statement My work is rooted in social issues. Growing up in communist Czechoslovakia as the daughter of Holocaust survivors, I was told to toe the line in school while at home ‘do not trust them’ was the dictum. This conflicting advice provided a schizophrenic lens with which I see the world. I…

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Martin Kruck, <em>Habitorium</em>

Martin Kruck, Habitorium

January 16, 2014 | | By

MARTIN KRUCK: Artist Statement My photographic projects often involve multi-layered interpretations of place. This recent series entitled Habitorium makes a study of constructed habitats—those spaces designed to satisfy both the emotional and bodily needs of its occupant. Views of hotels, zoos, museums, parks, and other human and animal environments, are combined to create new scenes…

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