For December’s Pop Issue of British Vogue, artist Alexandra Bruel created jewelry set design inspired by the pop art of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and others. Editor Carol Woolton playfully adorned Bruel’s raw, plasticine creations with
January 6 – February 3, 2013 James Fuentes 55 Delancey Street New York, NY 10002 “James Fuentes is pleased to announce ‘Forget About the Sweetbreads’, curated by artist Joanne Greenbaum and associate director of the gallery Adrianne Rubenstein. The motive for this exhibition was a conversation that happened nearly a year ago, which we wanted […]
Olga Khokhlova, the enigmatic and beautiful dancer, never quite achieved fame or success as a ballerina; instead, she left the famed Russian dance company Ballet Russes upon falling in love with Pablo Picasso. Picasso of course, went on to find life long inspiration in the world famous dance company, and Olga, long gone but not […]
For those of you who have ever felt down on your luck, or maybe a sense of pervading uselessness, the work of artist Thorsten Brinkmann might give you a little reminder to find inspiration you need. Collecting ordinary objects, the disregarded rubbish of
Sure, we’ve all heard stories of what goes on in factories in the third world, and perhaps despite alleged injustices many of us still happily buy up our consumer goods from China, and others. Artist Jeremy Hutchison, inspired by said injustices, has managed to source from such factories what he deems to be the most […]
Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin Every so often, animal activists disregard a controversial deer head mounted on the wall, or look past a lady with a fox fur coat. “Orson, I’m Home” a limited edition 5-part series of taxidermy tables by Armin Blasbichler, makes turning a blind eye nearly impossible.
A Room with a view: Wythe Hotel and accompanying restaurant Reynard are the chicest Brooklyn destination, period. All Williamsburg skeptics will be put to shame after one visit to this revamped historic hotel. Turn of the century original masonry, arched windows, cast iron columns, and original wood flooring are only a few of the
Artist Chris Maynard must be the owner of the deftest, tiniest hands. That’s the only way one can picture someone taking the standard eye surgery scissors, forceps, and scalpels, and cutting out full forms and settings out of something as small and delicate as a feather.
It’s always nice when a young artist transforms something old into something new. It shows they are looking at something other than peers and the latest releases for inspiration. Such is the case of Chad Wys‘s beautifully done American Tapestry series.