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Holly Bushman

HOLLY BUSHMAN is a second-year Master of Environmental Design candidate at the Yale School of Architecture, where her research examines architectural and artistic practices in Eastern and Central Europe. 

Lin May Saeed: Arrival of the Animals

Saeed’s practice is at once deeply psychological and disconcerting, and draws on imagery from history and mythology to illustrate encounters between animals and humans. The artist is perhaps best known for her reliefs and sculptural works crafted out of polystyrene foam (commonly referred to as Styrofoam), while welded steel “gates” and works on paper also populate the gallery’s walls.

The 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts: Crack Up - Crack Down

Works by Xiyadie and Amanda Ross-Ho are displayed at Galerija Equrna, and in particular confront the communicative nature of the graphic. Xiyadie's intricate papercuts are at once objects which harken to vernacular graphics (papercutting is a form of folk art popular in the artist's native Shaanxi Province in north-western China) and narrative scenes which, interpreted alongside their titles, suggest moments from the life and imagination of the artist.

Genesis Belanger: Through the Eye of a Needle

In Genesis Belanger’s exhibition Through the Eye of a Needle, curated by Amy Smith-Stewart, death is an expected, albeit uninvited, guest, at home in the affluent domiciles orchestrated here through tableaux and mise-en-scène.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2023

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