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John Power’s Installations
John Powers creates sculptures, installations, drawings, and even maintains a blog Star Wars Modern, where he writes posts like “Pat Robertson is a Sith” and “The Urbanism of Superheroes”. In ...

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AJ Fosik’s 3D Wood Pieces
AJ Fosik‘s work would actually be a bit scary if they weren’t so brightly, beautifully colorful. The Michigan native is known for crafting 3D wood-based pieces—using both his hands and ...

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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

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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.

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La Collection Americaine by Kolkoz
Frame inside frame inside frame on so on…That’s the signature artwork of French duo artists Kolkoz aka Samuel Boutruche and Benjamin Moreau.  The Duo creates art in a diverse range ...

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Jason Middlebrook’s Paintings on Planks
Jason Middlebrook is described by Artforum as having a “long-standing interest in decaying landscape and nature/culture clashes”. And from the looks of his work, which usually incorporate discarded objects and leftover debris, the Michigan-born, New York-based artist does seem to have a penchant for searching in unlikely places for his artistic mediums.

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Nathalie du Pasquier’s Art
French artist and designer Nathalie du Pasquier produces still life paintings of domestic objects and minimal wooden constructs whose color and geometry feel very post-modernistic.

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Melissa Godoy Nieto’s Yarn Sculptures
Brooklyn based Mexican artist Melissa Godoy Nieto sent us her latest project, entitled ” Creatures of 2012″. In this new series of ‘experimental murals’ she uses hand-dyed yarn, pushpins and empty spray-paint cans to create what would usually be 2-d mix-media works into 3 dimensional sculptures. They are inspired by Mesoamerican

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Jim Hodges Rocks Sculptures
Sculptor Jim Hodges (1957) created a compelling installation at Barbara Gladstone’s 21st St. location in NY, grouping 4 large scale boulders around a central void. Hodges replaced part of the original surface of the rock with vibrantly colored stainless steel casts offs. Part of an new body of work that extends to