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Frieze Art Fair: Lisa Williamson
Lisa Williamson’s new works presented by Shane Campbell Gallery take Trendland’s top Frieze honors for perfectly cleansing our palette after a day of boisterous visual impact. I’m not sure if ...

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Joe Black’s Art Work
Joe Black doesn’t really consider himself an artist as much as he does an image-maker. Utilizing pretty much anything small and plentiful—ball bearings, plastic pins, badges, and Lego Bricks, and ...

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Les Lalanne: Retrospective at Paul Kasmin Gallery May 4-June 16
Les Lalanne are an artist duo comprising of married couple François-Xavier Lalanne (1927–2008) and Claude Lalanne (b. 1924). Brancusi introduced Lalanne to artists such as Max Ernst, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, and Jean Tinguely. He met Claude Lalanne at his first gallery show in 1952. The show signified an end of painting for Francois-Xavier as he […]

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Los Carpinteros Surrealist Sculptures
Large scale paintings, sculptures and installations are just a few of the creations seen here by Havana-based artist collective Los Carpinteros.  Formed in 1994 at by Marco Antonio Castillo Valdés and Dagoberto Rodríguez Sánchez (with fellow Cuban Alexandre Arrechea until his departure in 2003), Los Carpinteros operate in the tradition of guild artisans and laborers,

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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 digital techniques—that call to mind American folk and tribal art, mostly thanks to his use of

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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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Mathieu Lehanneur’s Tomorrow is Another Day
French artist Mathieu Lehanneur‘s Tomorrow is Another Day (Demain est un Autre Jour), created this awesome sculpture that gathered real time weather information form Internet.  Originally intended for a Hospital Palliative Care, the device

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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.