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Photography of Greg Davis
India's Kumbh Mela

Greg's work has been exhibited at the Blanton Musuem, the Georgetown Art Center, the Abilene Contemporary Art Center, Open Shutter Gallery in Durango (group exhbiition juried by Steve McCurry), the Visions at the Paseo in Oklahoma City, Exposure Gallery of Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Austin Museum of Art's 'Night in the Galleries', the Museum of the Southwest in Midland, TX, the International Art Expo in New York City, Art City Austin, Houston’s Bayou City Arts Festival, Kansas City's Plaza Arts Festival, Madison's Art on the Square, Park City's Kimball Art Festival, the International Cultural Center at Texas Tech, Houston's Fotofest, Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, the Audi Forum in New York City and many other spaces around the nation. He has also been published internationally in England, the United States, Papua New Guinea and Mexico and has works in private and institutional collections worldwide.
J Todd Allison
Musing The Rebuild

Musing the Rebuild is really in response to this past year, where there seemed to be an inordinate amount of highs and lows throughout our cultural and environmental landscape. Much like any of my other work my interest is in interactions between objects and the surrounding environment. The year seemed to be filled with endless sound bites fueling an equal number of reveries as I continue to search and question my thinking and experiences. The gun and hammer imagery has continued as a metaphor for the relationship of building and destroying, whether considered literally or symbolically as we recover from our daily throws of information. The birds have also remained, but less for their individually specific meaning and more for their relationship with the new or reincarnation. Now they are present, because they seem to always be present no matter the event or situation. I have often felt as though I were their muse whether checking the weather during the recent hurricane, working a muck out or just enjoying the night sky while on a break from the studio. Of course there are a plethora of meanings tied to the many varieties, but I have always thought of their presence as a positive sign of the new. - J. Todd Allison
Dimitri Kozyrev
Lost Edge

Dimitri Kozyrev was born in 1967 in Leningrad, USSR. He moved to United States in 1991. Kozyrev received his MFA from University of California, Santa Barbara in 2000 and his BFA from Ohio University in 1997. Since then Kozyrev has had multiple solo shows at Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles, Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City, CA, Benrimon Contemporary, NY, NY, David Richard, Santa Fe, NM, Golf Coast Museum of Art, FL and most recently Breese Little, London, UK. He has also been in a number of group shows at museums and galleries in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Tucson Amsterdam, London, Krasnoyarsk (Russia). Reviews of his work have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, Artweek, Artforum, Huffington Post, Art Itd., Artinfo, Wall Street International and many on line publications. For the past ten years , he was a Professor of Art at The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. He lives and works in Austin, TX.

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