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Recent works
Hisako Kobayashi
Inherited Memory, 2019

Hisako Kobayashi grew up in Tokyo before moving to New York City in 1981 to earn a Master of Fine Arts at Pratt Institute. An abstract painter, she has since exhibited her work on five continents over a span of three decades. Upon observation, her works clearly and openly illustrate a maternal devotion to her native Japan while at once embracing the essence of her newfound Western sensibilities. 


Art critic Donald Kuspit has authored this on her work, "Kobayashi's paintings exemplify the romantic idea that...

Inherited Memory
Daniel Sambo-Richter
Bosporus, 2018

Daniel Sambo-Richter (German, b. 1966) is an abstract painter. As a practicing member in an artistic family, he began his formal instruction at the age of thirteen and embarked on his professional career at eighteen. After the fall of communism, he began to make a name for himself experimenting with a variety of different media while completing numerous projects for public spaces. He was awarded the Brandenburg Art Prize in 1996 for his earliest achievements. 

From 2004, he turned to figurative iconography and since then has openly...

Bosporus
Hunter Biden
Mother and Daughter (side A and B), 2020

A lawyer by profession, Hunter Biden now devotes his energies to the creative arts, bringing innumerable experiences to bear. The results are powerful and impactful paintings ranging from photogenic to mixed media to the abstract. His chosen substrates are canvas, yup paper, wood, and metal on which he affixes oil, acrylic, ink along with the written word; all of which creates a unique experience that has become his signature. 

Mother and Daughter (side A and B)
Khara Oxier-Mori
Waxen’s Only Friends, 2020

Khara Oxier-Mori (b. 1979) is an Idaho-based artist whose primary focus is the human body. Khara attended Boise State University after having received an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps and in 2016 earned her degree in anthropology with a concentration in genetics, evolutionary medicine and osteology. Her life experiences are her chief inspiration, and she credits the deconstructionist theories of Derrida and Foucalt for her relentless pursuit and examination of human power dynamics. 

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Waxen’s Only Friends
Johan Wahlstrom
A Glimpse Of Hope?, 2021

Johan Wahlstrom (Swedish, b. 1959) is one of today's most vocal artists known for his unencumbered critiques of current social political landscapes. 

In 1998, Wahlstrom moved to a small village in France where he immersed himself in his painting for seven years, part of the time under the tutelage of Swedish artist, Lennart Nystrom. Wahlstrom's dark narrative centers around the depiction of heads and torsos inspired by handwritten critiques captured in cryptic prose...

A Glimpse Of Hope?
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