Jan 17, 2014 Comments Off on Mini baskets
Jan 17, 2014 Comments Off on Paper plants
Paper sculptures of fictional plant forms by Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao.
Jan 16, 2014 Comments Off on Claude Rutault
Works by Claude Rutault at Galerie Perrotin, including de-finition/method #447. “full-length self-portrait” (2011):
“An oval canvas 168 x 110 cm (661/4 x 431/4 inches) is placed 50 cm (193/4 inches) in front of the wall. the canvas is non-painted. it is connected to the wall by a fine metal wire attached to its upper half. it is also attached to the floor.a second oval canvas, 33 x 22 cm (13 x 83/4 inches), is hung by its left side to the wall 60 cm (231/2 inches) from the floor, and is painted the same color as the wall.
The large canvas is shown face-out as long as the artist is alive, and will be turned to face the wall when he dies.”
Jan 6, 2014 Comments Off on Edgar Mosa
“‘Trees are like people – you never know when they’re gonna slap you in the face.’ That is quite straightforward; every kind of relationship requires interest, dosage of character, and a lot of labor. . . . I have been talking to trees for a while now and it is not always that we understand each other. Relationships in life, with places, people and mirrors, are just like that.”
ALSO: Lovely work table details.
Jan 6, 2014 Comments Off on Manon van Kouswijk
Dec 15, 2013 Comments Off on Point Break
Dec 15, 2013 Comments Off on Amy Brener
Dec 7, 2013 Comments Off on Mushrooms
“This was probably one of the most expensive undertakings in the history of mankind in terms of dollars spent to material produced.”
Nov 25, 2013 Comments Off on Stacy Fisher
Painted hydrocal and burlap and mesh, by Stacy Fisher.