I thought I’d do a piece on the incredible modern art collection at Le Chateau de Versailles. I have always had an affinity to the beautiful juxtaposition of old and new living together symbiotically, creating imagery that evokes memory through history and emotion, and hope through a context of new creative thought processes. Placing a
Thank You Very Much! are a collection of artists from around the world based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Recently, they launched
“What is real? Where am I living? What do I perceive is the real? Do they have some space of their own?” Rhetorical or not, these are just some of the questions Yunwoo Choi ponders in his Artist’s Statement, which also touches upon topics of “14 dimensions” and “invisible and intangible matter”.
Please! magazine released this editorial photographed by Nagi Sakai and art direction by Leslie David for their birthday issue. We love the combination of exquisite styling combined with the use of paint, which adds that little extra artistic touch to this elegant editorial. By covering the models face it gives the viewers that sense of [...]
This is such a lovely work. Sunny summers camping and fishing outdoors up the foothills, rivers and lakes of Oregon, brought Dean Cruser to like nature so much. His watercolor animals of style “loose, simple and spontaneous” are just amazing: an explosion of color to enjoy.
Japanese artist Jiyuseki handcrafted these incredible stone sculptures creating the illusion that the stone is soft and malleable. Why we are so intrigued by these sculptures is because you know they are rocks however, the properties of the stone and the impeccable craftsmanship gives you the illusion as if it were actually a melting popsicle [...]
When law student Dessi Terzieva isn’t busy studying, she spends her time creating these gorgeous and striking collages. The Detroit-based 22-year-old explains her hobby simply: “I maintain my sanity through my art.” Usually working with cut pictures from old books and magazines, Dessi has recently ventured into digital collages
While collages are considered as a generally surreal artistic expression, Jean-Francois Lepage throughout his career managed to imprint surrealism within the surrealism. From June 11th to August 31st, the visitors of Hauser+Hauser web gallery will have the chance to discover his work through an interactive exhibition. When observing Lepage’s work, that is no stranger to [...]
“For the past seven years, I’ve been working exclusively with ledger paper. I’m interested in exploring ideas about serial structure, currency, our financial architecture, capital as an ungrounded sign, and ‘value’ in general,” says Jill Sylvia in a recent