Roxy Paine

Weed Choked Garden
Thermoset plastic, polymer, oil paint, PETG, stainless steel, lacquer, epoxy, pigment.
63 x 139 x 69.5 inches.

The beautiful reclamation of spaces by systematic vegetation.

Doris Salcedo

Noviembre 6 y 7
280 Chair

Compelling furniture- who knew? (Couldn't find a good picture)

Vik Muniz

I'm too sad to tell you (after Bas Jan Ader)

Perfectly questions traditional materials and representation.

Chris Millar

Acrylic on canvas

Innumerable combinations of content allow his work to evolve.

Gregory Crewdson

Untitled (Shane)
Summer 2006
Archival inkjet print
Edition of 6 and 2 Artist's Proofs
Print: 57 x 88 inches

Beautifully crafted ambiguity.

Marie Lannoo

acrylic on panel
48 x 48 x 2¾ inches

Mesmerizing depth- truly unique. These need to be seen in person to really be appreciated. [the bad photo doesn't help]

Marcel Dzama

Ink, watercolor and root beer on paper
14 x 11 Inches

Sharp and bizarre, Marcel's images haunt me.

Scott McFarland

Stables on Dr. Young’s Property, 3226 W. 51st. Vancouver
digital c-print

Eric Cameron

The art of process at its most direct and compelling.

Vic Cicansky

Armchair Tomato 
Dense foam, hardcoating, paint/UV, clearcoat
46" x 47" x 44" 1/5

Absurd sculpture that's strangely poignant.

Guy Bourdin

Untitled (Charles Jourdin ad)
[not accurate]

Quite simply- he made better art than most so called artists.

Bernd & Hilla Becher

Blast Furnace, Youngstown Ohio, USA
Gelatin silver print

The unavoidable beauty of the manufactured, preserved for our pleasure.

Dan Kopp

Untitled (+ The Ethiopian, lrgr; 2 works)
gouache on panel
15.9 x 24 in. / 40.3 x 61 cm.

Dan's landscapes are exciting- being both vivid and subtle.

Michael Harrington

Figures in the Backseat
Oil on canvas
60 x 40 in / 152.4 x 101.6 cm

Banal yet sinister paintings with an amazing amount of atmosphere. And I'm always into ambiguous narrative.

Elana Willis

Elana's images are often things I've never imagined- that's about as exciting as it gets.

Joel Sternfeld

Joel Sternfeld
After A Flash Flood, Rancho Mirage, California 1979
(from American Prospects)
n:1979, p:2003
Digital C-Print
48 X 60 inches

Skills skills skills. The man has eyes and he knows what to do with them.

Panos Kokkinias

Aliki 2007
Digital Chromogenic Fujicolor Chrystal Archive print
120 x 177 cm (47.24 x 69.69 inch)

Solid photography. Suggestive, ambiguous, beautiful.