Peter Erskine

About Peter Erksine Peter was born in 1941 in New Haven, CT. and received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1967.  His first work that leveraged the “Solar Spectrum Environmental Art” was in 1989, and called “Secrets of the Sun: Millennial Meditations (S.O.S)”.  This was an early warning message on global warming and …

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Bahar Yurukoglu

These wonderfully vibrant creations by Bahar Yurukoglu , titled Plexiberg, and Waterfall are actually video projections combined with reflective plexiglass to produce a juicy rectilinear display of color.  It’s wonderfully abstract but also digestible, using fundamental building blocks such as color and light to generate a new perspective.  They are accompanied by the sound of …

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Seascapes by Hiroshi Sugimoto

“Seascapes” by Hiroshi Sugimoto may appear at first glance as monochromatic paint on canvas, but they are actually a photographic series by the famed Japanese artist.  The photographs are on gelatin silver prints.  They remind us of Mark Rothko’s meditative acrylic paintings, and in fact were presented in an exhibition at Pace, London side by …

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