Known for being the costume designer and co-creator of Borat, Ali G and Bruno – Jason Alper, is also a great artist. He mixes fine art with luxury and turns logos into high art on oil painted canvas. His latest exhibition “Proletarian Drift and the Enfranchisement of the Bourgeoisie” was
Based on the work of the American choreographer Loïe Fuller (1862-1928) and the Lumiere brothers movie clip of the dance, Elin Hansdottir’s ‘Trace’ project is full of colors, movements and joy. “…it is not, what you see, but how you see it, that counts”, wrote Loïe Fuller in her notebook… Watch video below
This weekend in New York’s Nolita there were a series of events produced in conjunction with Redu around the concept of Re:Form School, a pop-up art exhibition raising awareness for the need of reform in the American Public Education System.Well known artists including Shepard Fairy, Swoon and Ron English as well as 100 unknown (or [...]
Chilean artist Livia Marin became famous in the art world by creating these amazing porcelain ‘Broken things’. She is now coming back with a new show at House of Propellers called Nature Morte, in which she explores restoration in 2D and 3D and repair of modest historic objects.
Do you remember the amazing pattern collages by Hormazd Narielwalla ? Well if you happen to be in London (oct 15th to nov 15th), you should definitely go by his new exhibition”Hat Parade” at Bernstock Speirs. Narielwalla’s fascination with pattern blocks has
Lernert & Sander are two dutch artists and friends who decided that working alone was getting boring and started collaborating on art related projects. Since their first video Chocolate Bunny they’ve been working on commercials, leaders, art movies, documentaries and installations.
No need for introduction, this is Jeff Koons‘ third solo exhibition in France to be held at the Gallery de Noirmont. The New Yorker artist is presenting different works on the theme of the cartoon Popeye. On one hand Popeye is for J.Koons a symbol of self-acceptance, of
After Jeff Koons in 2008 and Xavier Veilhan in 2009 the Château de Versailles invites world famous Japanese artist Takashi Murakami to make his mark in 2010. Murakami wanted to create a bridge between the symbolic occidental classic art and the most contemporary art, a “bridge between past and future”. Here is in exclusivity, the [...]
Viennese artist Florian Pumhösl considers his works to be set at the edge between art, archival research, and critic thinking. His hyper graphic and modernist series shown here is synthetic resin lacquer on reverse of sheet glass. I love the minimalistic lines that fill his frame.
Camera Work gallery will show a solo exhibition of the artists Tina Berning and Michelangelo Di Battista in Berlin ( September 4 – October 30, 2010) for the first time. More than 30 works of “Face/project”, most of them unique pieces, will be on display in the exhibition. Within their collaboration, Tina and
‘M is for Men’ is a series of illustration by James Graham originally commissioned by Esquire magazine (uk). Graham is an illustrator/designer working from east London. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2005, he has worked across
Korean artist Kwangho Lee‘s most recent work was creating the new cactus and landscape series. Lee has experimented with various techniques such as scratching, rubbing of the paintbrush, and tapping on the canvas whilst enlarging the subject to its extreme to make the cactus seem like a type of abstraction.