Artist Registry


The White Columns Curated Artist Registry is an online platform for emerging and under-recognized artists to share images and information about their respective practices. The Registry seeks to create a context for artists who have yet to benefit from wider critical, curatorial or commercial support. To be eligible, artists cannot be affiliated with a commercial gallery in New York City.

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Videos


Square Dance

2013
Two people attempt the elaborate 'square dance' of connection, but are challenged by their blinders of perceptionThis universal dance illustrates the shifting complexity of all relationships and how perfectly imperfect they are.
Added on: June 15, 2019


Suck

2005
Inspired by the Medieval painting, the Barnabas Altarpiece (kimbellart.org/collection-object/barnabas-altarpiece), this piece references the more provocative, medieval Madonna and Child portraits, which portrays the baby Jesus as actually suckling on his mother's breast. Here, both subjects become engrossed in their respective roles as suckee and sucker, oblivious to the world around them.
Added on: June 15, 2019


Lord Bunbury and Lady Delicate

2008
Two aristocrats attempt the elaborate dance of love, desire and connection, but are fumbling over themselves in their quest for companionship: as he wanders the 18th Century English countryside, Lord Bunbury perpetually blunders in his quest for companionship. Through sheer persistence, he might win the heart of Lady Delicate. Engrossed in her own sophistication, Lady Delicate is seemingly oblivious to the world around her. It is only through the probing glances of Lord Bunbury that she is able to unveil her dainty facade, exposing the true vulnerability underneath. Photographed on the idyllic Abby’s Lawn in Ft. Tryon Park and inspired by British landscape and (often satirical) portrait painter, Thomas Gainsborough, ‘Lord Bunbury and Lady Delicate’ is a playful tableaux of displaced desires and dashed dreams.
Added on: June 15, 2019


Drowned

2003
In the middle of working a children's birthday party, a clown meets his liquid fate after he takes one too many sips from his flask, trips over a garden hose, falling into the pool...
Added on: June 15, 2019