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David Hochbaum at Munch Gallery

Currently showing at NYC's Munch Gallery is ‘Next To The Sea’, athree-person show containing new work from David Hochbaum (whose studio we recently visited here), featuring inspired meditations on the sea. The works explorea range of mediums, including photo constructions, neon sign lighting, snips oftext and a large installation of ships merged together. These choices incite avisceral experience of textures, images and language that seamlessly form around astunning narrative of the experience and burden of dreams. View more images ofthe new works after the jump.

Currently showing at NYC’s Munch Gallery is ‘Next To The Sea’, a three-person show containing new work from David Hochbaum (whose studio we recently visited here), featuring inspired meditations on the sea. The works explore a range of mediums, including photo constructions, neon sign lighting, snips of text and a large installation of ships merged together. These choices incite a visceral experience of textures, images and language that seamlessly form around a stunning narrative of the experience and burden of dreams. View more images of the new works below.

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