Vlatka Horvat
Listening to What the Objects Want

Listening to What the Objects Want
To understand Horvat’s work is to enter the kinesthetic sphere— a tactile world where one becomes aware of the body’s movement and the placement of objects in relationship to the spaces they inhabit. Here, the visual and physical become merged.

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Patricia Treib
Arm Measures

Individually and as a body, Treib’s work highlights the various sensory modes of life in a painting. Her bed-sized oils on canvas are satisfyingly visual and tactile—displaying a heightened sensitivity to her medium and an awareness of space and movement that rewards the viewer who is fully open to their own aesthesiatic faculties.

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Mildred Howard: A Survey, 1978 – 2020

Mildred Howard’s survey at Parrasch Heijnen takes an important look at this artist whose career has spanned more than 40 years. Howard is an artist who asks us to seek the meanings of things beyond what is visible at the surface—things that reveal stories of the lives and memories of individuals and communities.

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Ethan Greenbaum
The Observer Effect

The Observer Effect:
Lucidity and Legibility in Image and Object—

Ethan Greenbaum's work transforms imagery of the urban environment into uncanny, jarring, and visually alluring objects that are equally 2D and sculptural. His work also presents a condition where the viewer's perspective has an effect on what it seen.

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