Luiz Zerbini’s Slide Frame Collages
Luiz Zerbini‘s artwork was a very pleasant discovery for us during Art Basel Miami. The Brazilian artist, apparently one of Latin America‚Äôs most respected contemporary artists, was represented by Max Wigram Gallery. We immediately fell in love with his large slide frame collages with gelatine and adhesive. There is very little information about him online, […]


Gordon Bennet’s Robots
These one of a kind robot sculptures by Gordon Bennet are made using new and used found objects. They are inspired by Norman Bel Geddes and Raymond Loewy whose vision of the “Modern Age” helped shape industrial design of the 40’s and 50’s. All of the robots shown here have


John Chamberlain’s Crushed Car Sculptures at Guggenheim
John Chamberlain, the American artist best-known for his abstract sculptures made from auto parts and crushed steel, is now being exhibited at the Guggenheim New York until May 13th. The retrospective of the late sculptor titled ‘Choices’ will showcase 100-pieces, mostly chronological installation from the 1960s to his latest one in 2011.


Chris Fraser’s Light Installations
Word about the “camera obscura” has been around since the 4th BC. It essentially works like an overhead projector, is one of the inventions that led to photography, and was the starting point for Chris Fraser‘s stunning light installation. A young photographer from the Bay Area, Chris’s body of work began as an investigation into […]


Peony Yip Morphing Illustrations
I just stumbled over the lovely illustration work of Hong Kong based artist Peony Yip, aka The White Deer. I’m loving all her pencil work, but especially these animal morphing illustrations overlayed on females faces, aiming to