Owen Duffy is a PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University. He has held curatorial internships at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Baltimore Museum of Art. His master’s thesis examined the work of Anish Kapoor and its relationship to globalization, and he is conducting dissertation research in London with the support of the Henry Moore Foundation. [May 2014]

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Leah Beeferman, Spectrums 1 (2016), digital C-print, 32 x 48 inches. Courtesy the artist and Rawson Projects, New York.

The prints in Leah Beeferman’s recent exhibition, “Cold Color,” at New York’s Rawson Projects update time-honored conventions of landscape painting and photography to address our increasingly mediated relationship with nature Read More

Vector Analysis

At the end of Grafton Street in London, Sprüth Magers’ large, proscenium-like window gave passersbys a glimpse of Louise Lawler’s exhibition. Most of the works inside were black-and-white tracings of her photographs of famous artworks in domestic spaces, institutions and storage. With the help of children’s book author, illustrator and artist Jon Buller, Lawler made vector files Read More


This recent exhibition at Carrie Rowland Gallery, an artist-run apartment gallery in Richmond, presented the work of Christian Gregory, Julie Grosche and Matthew Warren. Though their works and processes are quite distinct, each artist uses digital print media to investigate our relationship to the physical world. Read More