Hillary Taymour named this one Fuscia, 2019 Ceramic 5 x 9.5 x 3.5 in (12.7 x 24.13 x 7.62 cm) Unique
Didi Rojas was born in 1993 in Cali, Colombia. She graduated with a BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Previous group exhibitions include “In Search of Us,” MoMA PopRally, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY (2017); “Nothing In Isolation,” Pablo’s Birthday, New York, NY (2018); “Melted City 4,” Yui Gallery, New York, NY (2018); “The Ashtray Show,” Fisher Parrish Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2018); “Maiden Form,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY (2018), “Read? Okay!,” Naughton Gallery at Queens University in Belfast, UK (2018) and “Clay Today,” The Hole, New York, NY (2018). Didi's debut solo exhibition, "You're Doing Amazing Sweetie" opened at the gallery's Tribeca location in September 2019. Didi lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
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Things In Life Are Sweet 40 Pages, 32 B&W tritone photographs 9 x 6 in (22.86 x 15.24 cm) softcover Foil stamped front cover Edition of 100 Printed at Puritan Press. Hollis, NH
Hi, I Found Your Camera is an ongoing series of work that began for Scheffer after finding a Voigtlander Bessa 2 film camera in his basement one day. For years the artist has traveled, captured daily life, familiar subjects and explored relationships, society, history and even at times the normal and mundane. To follow this ongoing series of work, follow the artist on Instagram at @hi_i_found_your_camera
Sam Trioli spoke with Mark Flood and Preston Douglas in the lead up to Douglas’ online viewing room launch, TENSION // HANGING ON. The two artists share a unique connection, both artistically, as friends, fellow Texans, and collaborators in their two-person exhibition at PRP in Dallas TX, titled Stretcher Barbecue.
Brooklyn based artist, Bradford Willingham sat down with Sam Trioli to discuss his two part online viewing room, Moiré Vowing (Part I) and Lies are Sewn, Lips are Known (Part II). In these two series of works, Willingham transferred the first iteration’s physical line drawings into digital vectors and then colored them into a muted flat pop aesthetic. The imagery and prints themselves evolve and expand from one series to the next, providing a documented evolution within the work itself.