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Art Bites Back: Cue the Resistance with Edel Rodriguez June 03 2017



Edel Rodriguez at the De Hache conference in Queretaros, Mexico with Resist. showing on the screen


Edel Rodriguez is a busy man. Since the release of his 20x200 edition a few months back, the Cuban-American artist has continued to produce some of the most staggeringly powerful imagery out there, both topical and timeless in its appeal to our humanity. Much of his current work is the modern embodiment of art as activism. His pointed, poignant, no-nonsense approach to artmaking is unafraid of ruffling feathers in the name of resistance. A Rodriguez piece is a reminder to stay alert and active.

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The Deep Dark World of Roger Ballen October 29 2016


Culprit by Roger Ballen
It’s not unusual to have a heightened awareness of death and creepiness this time of year. Perhaps it’s the decay of summer’s fecundity, the shorter days, the waning light, or the advancing chill. And of course there’s Halloween, just a few days away. Whatever the case, we’re pretty sure there’s no better time to reflect on the work of Roger Ballen.

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20x200 Artist Spotlight: Joseph O. Holmes September 13 2016


We don’t play favorites when it comes to our artists, but Joseph O. Holmes definitely has a special place in our hearts. Maybe it’s because he’s been a longtime 20x200 collaborator, or because his photographs of NYC never fail to remind us why we’re so smitten with our home city, OR because he’s one of the most easy-going, positively zen people we’ve ever had the pleasure to get to know IRL. All we can tell you is we can’t stop collecting his editions.

 

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