Bill Durgin’s work is driven by fascination with the body as form, as vessels of sensation and the use of nature morte as a visual investigation of corporeal memory. Working within the studio he captures temporary sculpture using figures, foam, fluids, wigs, flowers, wood, bandaids, boxes and paint. These set components and props allow for exploration of minimalist compositional strategies and fractured emotional content.


Dose Projects Space, 2014 Solo Exhibition
Merge Gallery, New York, NY
Guest Projects, London, UK
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
SF Camerawork, San Francisco, CA
Chungmuro Photo Festival, Seoul, Korea


Learning Through Art


Brooklyn, NY USA

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Previously Featured Projects

Segmented Body w/Walnut
C-prints on Kodak Endura
30” x 40”
edition of 6

Enoki Mushrooms w/Walnut
C-print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper
15” x 20”
edition of 50