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Book Release: "Tetsuya Ishida: My Anxious Self"
The first time I saw the paintings of Tetsuya Ishida was in the mid-1990s when I was a teenager. The works were obviously foreign to me, creating a sort of darkness that supermodernity can cast over
November 29, 2023
New Book: Katherine Bernhardt "Why is a mushroom growing in my shower?"
Pop culture, in itself, is an art form. From behind the curtain of mass production or just plain visual production, there are pieces of art thrown at our eyeballs every day. Think about advertising,
November 28, 2023
Dislocations: A Newly Reimagined Edition of Alex Webb’s Long Out-of-Print Book
Dislocations presents a contemporary update of Alex Webb’s long out-of-print 1998 book by the same name, which was first published by Harvard’s Film Study Center as an experiment in alternative b
November 21, 2023
Into the Silence: Yasuhiro Ogawa's Visual Ode to a 17th Century Poet
Yasuhiro Ogawa's new photobook Into the Silence captures the rugged yet timeless beauty of Japan’s northern region as he follows in the footsteps of the 17th Century poet Matsuo Bashō.
November 20, 2023
Somewhere: Sam Youkilis's Celebration of the Everyday
Sam Youkilis has been building a continuous archive of photographic works through his phone for the last six years. Working instinctively, Youkilis is drawn to universal themes of human experience, u
November 09, 2023
Radio Juxtapoz, ep 124: David Shrigley Just Made Pulped Fiction
There doesn't seem to be anything more 1984 than taking what was one of the most popular selling books of the 21st century and printing an alternative text upon its ashes. There is that wonderful mom
October 27, 2023
David Shrigley Turns "The Da Vinci Code" Into "1984" in His New Project, "Pulped Fiction"
There was a moment in time where on every train, every plane, every poolside lounge chair arrangement, there was someone reading Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code. Which of course means that every single
October 26, 2023
Love Me Again: Michella Bredahl's Empowering Portraits
How do we create safety and empathy through the act of portraiture? In Love Me Again, Danish photographer and filmmaker Michella Bredahl explores feminine energy through a decade of intimate portrait
October 25, 2023
Lori's Ark: A Six-Pack with Lori Damiano
I’m a huge fan of Lori Damiano’s paintings and animations; I also really love Will Oldham’s music, so when I saw that Lori and Will had teamed up on a children’s book, I was ecstatic. Shorty�
October 19, 2023
Killing The Negative Pt. 4: Joel Daniel Phillips Solo Show + Book Launch in NYC
Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Killing The Negative Pt. 4, a solo exhibition by Tulsa-based artist Joel Daniel Phillips. The exhibition will be Phillips’ sixth solo presentation at Ha
October 12, 2023
Ta-Ra: Sebastián Bruno's Portrait of South Wales
"From the bar, I watch a man in his sixties who has just walked in," writes Sebastián Bruno. "He is wearing a shabby suit and sunglasses that are too small for his face.
October 12, 2023
Samuel James's Photographs of Fireflies Over Appalachia
Many species of the beetle family Lampyridae, commonly known as fireflies, communicate with bioluminescent courtship displays. These flashing codes appear for a brief moment on warm nights in late sp
October 10, 2023
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