My work features a mix of figurative and biomorphic forms derived from human forms, nature and
Poetry articulated through Barbie dolls, sewing and masks.
Abstract Expressionism with an emphasis on the relationship between liquids and solids
These are intimate black and white portraits of women living in shelter. They have been shot over
the past 5 years in Park Slope.
I work with clay, digital media, and photography to explore themes such as memory, time, and
I am interested in dualities, and multileveled communication, creating certain environments and
atmospheres. My work is layered, painterly, and is somewhat surreal.
We're a collaboration currently combining text and image to reexamine the ancient Minotaur myth in light of racist mass incarceration and xenophobic deportations.
Mostly text based work using posters, neon, comic books, drum heads, Silly Putty and whatever
non-traditional materials I can muster.
Inspired by ancient myths, poems and stories, these oil paintings, watercolors, ink and charcoal
drawings lyrically express our deepest dreams and fears.
B&W Photos from 1967 to 1970 while working as a photographer for the underground/radical
Side Effects May Include is a photography-based installation, a "pill" bedroom that explores the disconnection between mental health challenges and medication; more specifically polypharmacy.
Alberto Marcos Bursztyn creates installations and multimedia works that explore the aesthetic
possibilities and psychological meanings of discarded objects associated with personal and
communal memory, identity, and border-crossings.
My artwork is a visual representation of the first thing that comes to me when I wake up.
Poetic explorations on conception, intimacy, distance, time and individual experience.
Watercolors focusing on meditative images using layering and texture.
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