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"Reworked Hangers"

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Title - "Reworked Hangers"

Artist -
Nick Albertson

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Title - "Reworked Hangers"

Artist -
Nick Albertson

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24 x 20 in (61 x 50,8 cm)

Medium -
Digital Print

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Edition of 5 & 2 AP

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About the artist

Nick Albertson (b. 1983, Boston, Massachusetts) received his MFA in Photography at Columbia College Chicago (2013) after completing his BA in Photography at Bard College. His work has been exhibited in Chicago, Portland, Seattle, New York and internationally at the Pingyao International Photo Festival. In 2014, The Center for Photography at Woodstock mounted Albertson's first institutional solo show:ÊOne Hundred Count.Ê Through a practice of photography, video and sculpture, Nick Albertson reinvestigates the usefulness factor of exisiting objects and re-inserts new meaning into them. AlbertsonÕs workÊstripsÊutilitarianÊobjects, such as paper clips, paper cups and rubber bandsÊof their intended functionality. Albertson then examines theÊtension that existsÊbetween the inherent uniformity of these mass-producedÊmaterialsÊwith that of his composed and re-aestheticized landscapes.ÊReferencing themes prevalent in modernist sculpture and painting, the resultant work intends to offer anÊequally indelible visual impact.

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Aspect/Ratio Gallery

Aspect/Ratio is a contemporary video art gallery focusing on video and performance based art by emerging and established artists.

The gallery was inaugurated in September of 2012, with a solo show by Gilad Ratman which receieved favorable reviews in both Artforum and TimeOut. Subsequent shows have garnered reviews in Artforum, Modern Painters, The Chicago Tribune, Hyperallergic, ArtFCity, Bad at Sports and afterimage amongst others.

Gallery artists have shown internationally at institutions such as MoMA, The Guggenheim, The Israel Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago, Sculpture Center and La Panera Art Center.