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A contemporary master in a variety of media, Anthony Goicolea made a name for himself as a young artist working with staged photography and film in the early 2000s and then expanded his practice to drawing, sculpture, and painting in the following years. The poetic, water-themed paintings in his solo presentation for the gallery’s two-person booth offer an overview of the Brooklyn-based artist’s recent narrative works. Inspired by personal history, folklore, and photography—particularly the surrealist process of solarization, which reverses the tones and strangely alters the light and shadows—figurative paintings like High Water tenderly transmit issues of migration, alienation, and identity.

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