In May, BOMB asked artists how COVID-19 and quarantine were affecting their creative process. How were they making art now?
In Mark McKnight’s photographs, the material of the terrestrial world merges with a celestial aspect. Dark bodies, asphalt, oily birds, decomposing stone, and dimpled flesh all radiate from a field of tarry shadow.
A selection of daguerreotypes, micro-photographs, and film stills by two artists.
Alejandro Almanza Pereda lives and works between the United States and Mexico. Known for precariously balanced large-scale sculptures that put common objects into unlikely configurations, he exhibits internationally and has had solo shows at the San Francisco Art Institute; Rubin Center, El Paso; El Eco Experimental Museum, Mexico City; College of Wooster Art Museum, Ohio; and Art in General, New York.
Dawn Clements (1958–2018) was an artist based in Brooklyn. Her paintings and drawings captured her immediate surroundings as well as architectural interiors from films.
Photography at the intersection of the historical and the prosaic.
A film investigating memory and history, premiering exclusively on BOMB, with a brief interview by Alex Zafiris.
Embracing divine identity through photographic portraiture.