Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is pleased to present a summer group exhibition featuring highlights from the gallery's collection. Incorporating photography, sculpture and new media, the show celebrates the diversity of our artists, while examining the interplay between these different mediums.

Yorgo Alexopolous is best known for combining a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks. He makes works of art by fusing his own paintings, drawings, photographs, and films with digital animation and sound. He often creates his artworks by combining and synchronizing multiple monitors or projections.

Edward Burtynsky is renowned for his large-format color photographs that document humanity's impact upon the earth, revealing scenes of powerful beauty and surreal devastation. He has work in the collections of over fifty major museums around the world, and has received many honors, including the TED Prize.

Ola Kolehmainen questions our built environment by photographing architecture in its purest forms, rendering it in abstract fields of pattern, light, and space. He does not manipulate the images, although their mesmerizing colors and repetitions often evoke a digital aesthetic.

José Parlá has received critical acclaim for his paintings, which lie at the boundary between abstract marking and calligraphy. Composed from layers of paint, gestural drawing and found ephemera, his work evokes the histories of urban environments. He was recently commissioned by the Barclays Center in Brooklyn (January 2013) and the Brooklyn Academy of Music (September 2012), as well as having recently held solo exhibitions at Haunch of Venison (London, UK) and Yuka Tsuruno Gallery (Tokyo, Japan).

Alan Rath is known for creating robotic hybrids which fuse the animate with the inanimate. His machines blink, wink, and "watch" us, creating unexpected scenarios that question human beings' autonomy and privacy.