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ANNE PERCOCO

Did you know that, when an organ inside the human body is replaced, the native cells will commix with the non-native part to make the synthesis work fluidly? The prosthetic doesn’t always take, but the point is: nature is resilient and cooperative, even when humans re-direct its course. Local artist Anne Percoco has created a number...

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TOMAS IVES

During the 1920s, Russian artist Vassily Kandinsky was amongst the few still clinging to a spiritual vision of art. All around him, the fascination was with primitivism, science, psychology, and populist ideals. Kandinsky, however, was neither a cubist nor a constructivist, though he ran along-side both with his colorful abstract paintings. Today, spiritualism in the arts...

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JIM D’AMATO

For over a decade now, NYC artist Jim D’Amato has been articulating the subtle variances in design between plant-life, paisley textile designs, reptiles, and deep sea urchins, by merging these elements in expansive paintings, drawings, and silkscreen prints. Each D’Amato work is produced with a menacing, heavy metal color palette and there is a definite omnivorous...

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