Uriah Howard Allis
On sunrises and weddings, or: how loss can beget an explosive, colorful kind of beauty.
On modernity and colonization: threatened with eviction, one aging barber comes to violent terms with a rapidly changing India.
KJ Hannah Greenberg
Life as watercolor: a photographed palette of blue sky, yellow sign, green grass, white cloud, and blurry yesterday.
On intimacy: when a professor tries to help his struggling student, where falls the line between concern and intrusion?
Haunting, ephemeral; woolen wings framing a beating red heart.
Garish, vivid, haunting; a coming-of-age story, marred by assault and wrapped in darkness.
Resident, not architect: tales from a poverty-plagued street corner awash in bottom-up change.
Edward Michael Supranowicz
Bold and organic; a painting in which meaning coalesces around the intersection of shape, color, and pattern.