Sculptures “the viewer can dance with” by Haegue Yang:
“When thinking about the title, the human-like quality of these sculptures prompted me to consider archetypes whose lives testify deep commitment to a particular value. For instance: the warrior who fights for something with intensity; the believer who lives with absolute faith; and the lover who courageously exposes themself to the other.”
Kate Newby at Laurel Doody:
“There is a big difference between using a rock and making a rock.”
My favorite pieces from Frieze London, with hardware store bits. From bottom: Eva Kot’átková, David Medalla, Mona Hatoum, David Adamo, Rodrigo Matheus, David Adamo.
Photos by Lina Scheynius via Instagram.
Shell sculptures by Carol Bove via The Common Guild/artnet:
“Knowingly, Bove produces her art in editions, which can be as large as 35, and yet each piece is unique. . . . This is an assemblage by an artist who wants to have it all: rationality, nature and the cast-offs of human culture, a cerebral collection of junk.”
Cosmic Wonder F/W 2003 and James Lee Byars, Plural Dress (1967) via wendering/ROLU.
Helicopter drawing by Adel Abdessemed:
“For the two-part video, Les ailes de dieu I (2009) and Les ailes de dieu II (2009), a man without arms is suspended from a helicopter to make a drawing with his feet, while in the other video, a man without legs draws with his hands as he hangs down.”
This Restructional Clothing (by Ninna Berger) lookbook modeled by Lovisa Ingman, shot by Nina Andersson, which blew my mind.
Matching thrift store clothes and thrift store couch series by Jasmine Deporta via still the sky is blue.