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GAYLETTER: “A Preview of Matthew Leifheit’s Fire Island Night”
by Chris Stewart

BOMB One Piece: Intrepida by Maria Guzmán Capron

The artist talks about the genesis, composition, and execution of a recently completed work.

Artnews: “Don’t Eat Me” with Asuka Anastacia Ogawa and Maria Guzmán Capron, Pictures at an Exhibition

Art Viewer: "Silent Transformations" with Robert Gober, Elizabeth Jaeger, Maren Karlson, Asuka Anastacia Ogawa, Kalen Na’il Roach, Martha Tuttle

 

Artsy: "The Peruvian-American Artist Weaving Vibrant Artworks That Explore Craft and Sexuality" by Eli Hill

i-D VICE: "Brianna Rose Brooks Makes Portraits of Daydreaming Black Teens" by Emily Manning

 

Art Viewer: chukwumaa and Samuel Hindolo "honda full o cousins"

 

Artforum: Brook Hsu "Panic Angel" review, February 2018 by Chloe Wyma

But as it performed a series of returns—to myth, to the figure, to depth psychology—“Panic Angel” felt manifestly contemporary in its diarism, its drive toward reenchantment, and its reinvestment in painting, among other procedures, as a method of making not only meaning but, as the late great god would have it, mischief.

Art Viewer: Brook Hsu "Panic Angel"

 

BOMB One Piece: Essay (Panic Angel) by Brook Hsu

The artist talks about the genesis, composition, and execution of a recently completed work.

 

AQNB: "Lex Brown on the elastic reality of cartoons, clowning + subverting the economy of emotion" by Selby Nimrod

Having studied clowning techniques, the artist’s searing performances similarly draw upon pop cultural and autobiographical references, while they employ musico-theatrical forms that run from operetta to RnB.

 

The Creators Project: "A Vibrant Group Show Celebrates Rainbows" by Andrew Nunes

'Visible Range,' the first group exhibition at Deli Gallery, is a complex exploration of the simplicity of rainbows.

 

Artforum: "Lex Brown at Deli Gallery" by Lauren O'Neill Butler

Don’t let those foam cinder blocks on the floor fool you. Lex Brown’s first solo exhibition ain’t soft—it’s a razor-edged debut with a droll twist.

 
 
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Hyperallergic: "A Fictional Nudist Colony Where Postcolonial Tensions Are Laid Bare" by Claire Voon

Alex Nguyen-Vo’s paintings imagine a resort where nude Westerners frolic care-free, oblivious to the power dynamics of their tropical paradise.

 
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The Creators Project: "An Artist Puts His Family Back Together with Collaged Photos" by Antwaun Sargent

Photographer Kalen Na'il Roach turns a box of familial ephemera into a thoughtful, evocative solo show.

 

OUT Magazine: "Sarah Zapata Examines Queer Intersectionality Through Technicolor Yarn Sculptures" by Whitney Mallett

With her solo show If I Could at Deli Gallery, queer New York-based artist Sarah Zapata crafted a yarn garden that envelopes you in kitschy comfort.

 

Interview Magazine: "A Close Distance" by Haley Weiss

Thomas Albdorf has never stepped foot in Yosemite, but he knows it well. His familiarity isn't first-hand, rather it's mediated through clicks, on Google Street View, and through imagery—iconic, amateur, and algorithmic alike.