Hernan Bas’s recent works, particularly his series “The Conceptualists,” showcase his continued exploration into the realms of queerness, desire, the occult, and the absurd. This series, which was inspired by the unique hobbies and activities people engaged in during the pandemic, involves the creation of fictitious conceptual artists engaged in eccentric behaviors. These characters are depicted doing bizarre things, which Bas labels as activities of conceptual artists, humorously challenging the boundaries and perceptions of conceptual art itself.
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Kinz, Tillou + Feigen
New York, NY 10011
Kinz, Tillou + Feigen was founded by Lance Kinz in 1989 under the name Feigen Contemporary. Moving from Chicago to New York in 1997, the gallery was among the first to open in Chelsea. In April 2007, it relocated to its current location atop the Arts Building between the 10th and 11th Avenues on 20th Street. The gallery represents artists at many different stages in their career, from emerging to well-established.