Rob Shuster

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  • 2 years ago

    George Widener May 29–July 5 Self-taught artist and mathematical savant George Widener brings his beguiling, calendar-based numerology to new works that consider his two favorite subjects: the sinking of the Titanic and the so-called technol...

  • 3 years ago

    Nils Karsten: 'Suburbia Hamburg 1983' The woodcut might seem like a rather staid choice for relating memories of punk rock, but in Nils Karsten's hands, the old-fashioned printing technique—German in origin—neatly evokes the raw energy...

  • 9 years ago

    Utopian fantasies come and go, but if you want to make sure yours sticks around for a while, build it with concrete. That's exactly what two visionaries did, in the 1950s in northern India, for their quixotic projects—extreme opposites that, ...

  • 10 years ago

    Blankness makes us uneasy. Confronted with silence or an empty sheet of paper, we feel the urge to fill it. For a few, this is a defining compulsion, known in frightening Latin as horror vacui and usually associated with messy drawings by the ment...


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