Sélavy Says: Inyoung Seoung

The unwavering precision draws you in.  Little twisting nobules wag their fingers, seeming at once alien and disarmingly human.  Simplistic in color, the complexity of these works relies on repetition, relentless obsession and meticulous attention to detail.  There is strength in the ambiguity.  In her own words, Inyoung Seoung aims to represent “unconscious desire” – […]

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Sélavy Says: Gentleman’s Game

Gentleman’s Game is Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin.  Though they have similar sensibilities, each is a lauded artist in his own right with stylistic particularities and distinct processes.  Their oh-so-suave shared canvasses explore themes such as pop culture, myth, and competition. Friend and Griffin have shared a studio space for over five years, but […]

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