The sensorial sculptures of Keith Lemley stem from the grand idea, that an “invisible presence exists in our minds and surrounds all objects, experiences, and memories,” states the Artist’s Statement. Check out how he translates that to art into interior design. It would be cool to put one of the geometric structures in your living [...]
Sander Wassink is an artist and designer who encourages us to reconsider our ideas of beauty and aesthetic value. How can we reconsider what is important and what is desirable to include notions of history, memory and the preservation of a past which is slipping away. Amid new construction, new production, and constant proliferation of [...]
Twenty-nine year old Faig Ahmed has taken to the traditional arts of tapestry and needlepoint, but unlike his more prim predecessors, churns out pieces with an edgy, unraveled appeal. Faig’s collection of carpets and woven sculptures are re-imagined and reinterpreted works of the carpets of Azerbaijan, where he was born.
“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
From a distance, David Oliveira’s wire works look like ink doodles. When you step closer, they still look like ink doodles. This is because David has the ability to make something as rigid and unforgiving as metal wire look like a fluid, if not languid, figure. With both a degree in
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
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.
Sculptor Jim Hodges (1957) created a compelling installation at Barbara Gladstone’s 21st St. location in NY, grouping 4 large scale boulders around a central void. Hodges replaced part of the original surface of the rock with vibrantly colored stainless steel casts offs. Part of an new body of work that extends to
Black on one side, colorful on the other side, from two-dimensional still life drawing into three-dimensional landscape in a sophisticated marriage of scale and color, Zadok Ben David‘s Blackfield installation is blanketing the main gallery floor with more than 12,000 petite steel cut plant sculptures arise out of a thin layer of sand. Perfectly rectangular, [...]
For these awesome ‘Future Fossils’ sculptures, artist Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson from Los Angeles design studio Bughouse, thought about the future and created fossilized versions of turntables, Atari joysticks and various cameras. Just as if they were unearthed during excavations in the distant future…