The Flat Side of the Knife - Bed
Samantha Culp & Andrea Hill
Both separately and together, Samantha Culp and Andrea Hill curate and produce innovative artist-led projects, most recently under the banner of their creative agency Paloma Powers.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Culp recently returned after a decade in greater China. Her writing has appeared in publications such as Artforum, New York Times T Magazine, and LEAP (艺术节) and she has curated projects for Impakt Festival, Design Shanghai, and the Los Angeles Art Book Fair.
Hill was a founding team member and Creative Director of online auction house Paddle8, and her writing has appeared in Aperture, Performa Magazine, and Collectorspace, Istanbul. As a curator, she has also produced exhibitions for galleries (The Goma, Tanja Grunert Gallery), museums (Matadero Madrid), and universities (Wesleyan's Zilkha Gallery).
- 40 x 50 cm
- No of editions
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Our frames are off the wall
German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
The frames are magnetic so they are super easy to use - you can switch out your prints in a matter of minutes.
- 6 millimeter aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
- Magnetic open / close
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About Samara Golden
Samara creates rich and spatial experiences
“I originally chose to live in Los Angeles because it was less expensive than New York. Now I live here because of the mountains at night, the sea, the flowers and the light.”
With an MFA from Columbia University, Samara Golden creates installations that are vivid and rich. Her works combine the past, present and future into one space, drawing viewers into an immersive, alternate universe. Her work has been shown at MoMA Ps1 in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and at the Zabludowicz Collection in London. For Absolut Art, the artist has created three pieces that hark back to her installations from 2012 all the way to the present. One piece is entitled “BAD BRAINS mask with eye”, and revolves around a past installation that dedicates a physical place for lost souls and those whom died too early, often from violence inflicted on themselves.