If you are trying to figure out if this is a sculpture or a painting, that’s totally normal! These sculptural paintings are both.
Through The Mask takes a closer look at “the mask” as an emblematic object represented in many different cultural contexts. Curated by Martin Guinard, the exhibition brings together contemporary artists from
Since more than 20 years, Tony Cragg experiments new ways to scramble our vision through bewitching, voluptuous and impressive sculptural works.
Chairs, tables and sofas have usually functions, what if you take those functions off the object? It becomes, kind off useless, turning into an art piece. We love the ‘Uncomfortable’ series of French photographer Patrice Letarnec who turns classic Hee Welling, Jean Prouvé or Erwan Bouroullec pieces into some kind of prank!
Dutch artist Rosa de Jong have been working on her latest project, Micro Matter where she creates these tiny floating islands inside test tubes.
German furniture designer, Werner Aisslinger, conceives an exhibition ‘House of Wonder’ that is now on show at the Pinakothek Der Moderne in Munich.
‘Tails’ is a series of sculptural artworks by a Brazilian artist Tatiana Blass. Installations made of wooden chairs and other objects that carry a trail of different materials in curved shapes make her sculptures appear melting on the floor.
For his latest project, digital artist Chris Labrooy, just created those surreal 3D compositions with the iconic 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS.
Swiss artist, Charlotte Hopkins Hall lives and works in London where she paints these beautiful portraits of women from behind and their hair. I love how detailed are the hair, the colors and movements!
‘La Maison de La Celle-Saint-Cloud’ is an art installation from 1974, in a house built by French artist, Jean Pierre Raynaud. Fascinated by space, uniformity and identity, he began to build this house in 1969 using entirely white tiles with black grout, creating the regular grid pattern in a rigid and geometric form.
Bryant Toth Fine Art and Gallery 151 are pleased to present an exhibition of works by Cuba-based artist Hector Frank, from November 3rd – November 10th at 132 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011. An exhibition catalogue with an essay by Jose Manuel Noceda, a celebrated Cuban Art Historian and Critic will be published.
Anai Greog is a Romanian illustrator that works purely with the digital. She approached the circle as a method to investigate oneself which is the frame for her graphic series of visuals that take form of optical illusions.
Galerie Perrotin is pleased to announce Daniel Arsham’s first solo exhibition in New York. The exhibition will feature sculptural pieces, breakthrough use of color as well as a large scale installation. This will be the artist’s eleventh show with Galerie Perrotin.
German visual artist Regine Schumann is recognized for her artworks in which light, and its transformative powers in particular, plays a key in the experience and exploration of color and form. Schumann’s innovative use of materials and color combinations provides each work with a unique and ineffable luminosity.
Multi-layered landscape cards by Caterina Rossato mix sights from vintage postcards. The Italian artist reviews the form of collage, adding depth to her work by creating small dioramas.
Multi-disciplinary artist Rita Zimmermann creates nostalgic collages that look into the world of women through a lens of pop culture. Dreamy and surrealistic, Zimmermann’s works refer to Dadaism and are made with simple methods.
In his ‘Spring’ exhibition at Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London, Mathieu Lehanneur takes us into a world of flux. As if the cycle of the seasons and nature’s forces have specially looked at the fate of objects…
Collar is a lingerie label from Latvia, exploring graphic color combinations. For the SS17 collection ‘Athirst’, brand’s founder, Monta Aspane, developed a series of unique, abstract prints that were conceived to reflect the meaning of the archaic English phrase that signifies a strong desire and craving.
Delicate paintings by Stella Maria Baer offer an ethereal view of the universe. Using muted color palette and following simple composition rules, the American artist portrays the luminous solar system upon plain backgrounds.
South African artist Danielle Clough turns tennis racket into a canvas for her botanical embroideries.
Kuocheng Liao investigates dreams of an ideal house with a self-illustrated stamp collection. Taipei-based graphic designer has created a series of cartoon drawings that explore what a perfect shelter shall look like.
Ice Cream Books is an art project marrying the love for beautiful books and frozen delights. Set against saturated backgrounds, the pictures depict chocolate chip waffle cones and refreshing popsicles melting on top of modern classics.
The David Richard Gallery is presenting “Color: Stained, Brushed and Poured” bringing together several artists whose enquiries into color theory and paint application revolutionized the course of abstraction in America.
Jardin Rouge is an astounding artists’ residency nestled nearby a typical Moroccan village in the outskirts of Marrakech.
Laurent Craste is a Montreal-based, French artist whose work is a contemporary take on ceramics making. The artist recreates his own version of a common object like the vase, adding features like nails and flags to his uniquely-shaped artworks.
After Anish Kapoor last year, it is now the turn of Danish-Icelandic visual artist Olafur Eliasson to take over the Château de Versailles until October 30th 2016. The work of the internationally acclaimed artist investigates perception, movement, embodied experience, and feelings of self.
From the canvas to the screen, Director Gustav Deutsch interprets the iconic paintings of Edward Hopper in the film Shirley: Visions of Reality. Deutschs architectural background allowed for accurate use of lighting,
Erik Jones was born in Florida 1982 and currently based out of Brooklyn New York. His work focuses on pop culture using vibrant colors. Expressing a heightened sense of realism to capture his females subjects juxtaposed with sporadic markings
El Cosmico is a 21-acre nomadic hotel in the desert of Marfa, Texas. The campground is set with retro trailers, Sioux-style tepees, Mongolian yurts, and tents where guest can stay. Often hosting spiritual workshops, art and music events including the Trans Pecos Festival this coming September 22-25, 2016.
Brooklyn based German painter Daniel Rich translates photography’s of urban cities into detailed acrylic paintings of the cities landscapes.