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Guest curator: Tracey M. Hawkins  
Curator / Art Professor


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About Tracey


Tracey M. Hawkins is a professor of Art History in Atlanta, GA. She holds a Master’s degree from Emory University where she specialized in Mannerism and Modern/ Contemporary Art History. Both a collector and an artist herself, her great passion is traveling, and she has studied, lectured and adventured extensively throughout Europe, Russia and Africa. Tracey has been a contributing editor and writer for various print publications such as American Contemporary Art and Frontier Airlines magazine as well as award-winning websites, galleries, private artistic institutions and individual artists. She has also served as a director, curator and consultant for several Atlanta-based galleries representing a diversity of styles from sporting art to contemporary abstract painting and sculpture.

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Tracey's selections


Jeremy Mann

San Francisco, CA

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Deeply evocative of the Impressionist masters, Mann’s paintings of modern cityscapes seamlessly blend the old world to the new. His haunting, sfumato-filled images create a sense of timeless, shared experience and blur the delicate line between waking memory and dream.

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Cha Jong-Rye

Daejeon, South Korea

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The intricate folds, creases, knobs, shadows and highlights of Jong-Rye’s stunning, wood wall sculptures beg to be appreciated with all five senses. Undeniably impressive from a technical standpoint, they are aesthetically compelling as well, and it quickly becomes impossible not to stroke the curves and deep crevasses of the beckoning shapes.

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Jeff Demetriou

Atlanta, GA

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Echoing the detritus society leaves in its wake, layers of visual pentimenti rise to the surface in Demetriou’s provocative abstract compositions. Visually and conceptually multi-layered, Demetriou’s paintings defy interpretation and must be returned to time and again, as they reveal something new upon each viewing.

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Richard Galpin

London, UK

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Although Galpin’s complex, abstract cityscapes initially feel futuristic, they are reminiscent of Russian Suprematism from the early 20th century. As such, although constructed in a completely different manner, they too play with ideas of abstraction and representation but with the addition of the photographic process, modern design, and the contemporary, urban landscape thrown in.

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Philipp S. Rittermann

Escondido, CA

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The intense chiaroscuro in Ritterman’s photographs lends them an intriguing aura of fantasy and mystery. His sweeping panoramas and intimate dioramas are imbued with a technical perfection matched by the dynamic mise-en-scene of each composition. It is easy to understand how Ritterman’s captivating imagery has garnered him critical acclaim on an international stage.

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