http://www.sarahapplebaum.com/ thanks stew – S
In San Francisco, I went to the Museum of Modern Art there. It was really awesome to see some art in person that I had always just seen images of. It was also great so see some new things. Here are my IPhone photos of the time spent there.
I’ve been a fan of Audrey’s work for some time now. Here are images and text from her latest blog post on her latest show! ‘Hajimari – a prelude’ my ‘Hajimari’ solo show opened last night at Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY. Thankyou to everyone who came out! it was a pleasure meeting all of […]
via swissmiss Yann Tiersen is one of my favorite composers. I can’t believe this can be played so well on glass and without keys! S
Via /// More at Kashya Hildebrand Gallery.
“Motoi Yamamoto is a Japanese artist who does installations made of salt. These huge, and incredibly meticulous labrynths are site specific, and the end result is nothing short of amazing.” VIA: Design You Trust & Collectiva http://www.colectiva.tv/wordpress/lang/en-us/motoi-yamamoto/ http://designyoutrust.com/2009/05/18/motoi-yamamotos-salt-installations/
This is truly some of the best paper-work form installations I’ve seen. Please, go to the website to see more! http://www.andreaskocks.com/
via: /// Kai is a wall installation by the Polish artist Jerzy Goliszewski. More at: Today and Tomorrow
via: /// Bryan Nash Gill was born and raised in the same rural, north-western corner of Connecticut were he works as an artist today. His sculptures and drawings are heavily influenced by the New England countryside but also by geographical regions as diverse as Carrara, Italy, New Orleans, and northern California where he has lived […]
“Brainforest is the name of a piece by Gerda Steiner & Jorg Lenzlinger but I think it’s also a great way of describing the style that all of their work has. Steiner was originally a wall painter and Lenzlinger was creating stalactite-like forms when they joined forces in 1997. The amount of detail in their […]
Artist: Scott Pagano From Brown to Green from neither-field on Vimeo. “Spatial unfolding and shifting graphic space accompany a track from Twerk’s Mille Plateaux release Living Vicariously Through Burnt Bread. Dense abstract fields, rhythmic architectural lines, and precision cut photography expand upon and illustrate the subtle and refined soundscape.”
“Gallagher’s work is contradictory in the sense that her pieces are surreal yet realistic, ambiguous yet painstakingly structured and odd but strangely familiar. Her latest exhibition focuses on the collapse of time by the use of fictional and non-fictional characters. By manipulating magazine articles, texts, journals and images, which are often stained and perforated, she […]
Artist: henrique oliveira website: http://www.henriqueoliveira.com/index-e.html this is absolutely stunning to me. I love the use of color. more: http://www.colectiva.tv/wordpress/lang/en-us/henrique-oliveira/ via design you trust
Artist: Jason Burgess Location: L.A