‘Presenting large-scale installations that resemble elements of nature under a microscope and cell-like forms or organisms from the depths of the ocean, Donovan’s body of work derives from recognisable everyday items, such as Scotch Tape, drinking straws, paper-plates, needles, plastic rods and toothpicks. The artist often uses thousands of identical items repeated to produce forms […]
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Julie Legrand is a visual artist. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including ‘Renaissance’ sold at Christie’s Paris ‘Artists Angels for Madagascar – Art – Sculptures Zafaminary – Charity Sale’ in 2013. (via Mutual Art)
Roy Livingston is an x-ray artist who has been working x-ray photography for almost a decade. He use X-ray radiography along with photography and anything else he can scrounge up to create his art. He refers to his aesthetic approach as an artistic joy ride as it is always organically evolving as he discovers and […]
Visual artist, Randy Hage, has always been fascinated by the character and often overlooked beauty of aging structures. In the late 90s, he began photographing the cast iron facades in the SoHo area of New York as possible subjects for future art projects (The cast iron and brick structure on this site is a product […]
Ivan Grubanov /1976, Belgrade/ received education at the Belgrade Academy of Fine Arts, the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam, Delfina Studios in London and Casa de Velazquez in Madrid. Solo shows include Loock Galerie in Berlin, Laboratorio 987 at MUSAC in Leon, Le Grand Cafe Centre d’Art Contemporain in St Nazaire, Gallery of the […]
So much nice work from street artist NemO’s. Stunning and hugely inspiring really. I’m certainly looking forward to seeing what he does next.
” I feel we truly reflect our surroundings and the people that occupy it. I grew up in a very nomadic fashion, traveling from town to town, constantly having to adapt to a new environment. I found myself tailoring certain aspects of my personality to fit into each small town I moved to. Because of […]
Argentine sculptor and 2011 Venice Biennale exhibitor Adrián Villar Rojas produces monumental site-specific works, primarily in clay. The artist first chose the material for its low price and availability, but since then it has come to influence his concept of form. With their crude physicality and cracked surfaces, his sculptures are redolent of ruins, but […]
A Southern California native, Stephanie Inagaki received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Boston University’s College of Fine Arts and her Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute. After studying abroad in Italy and living in major cities around the United States, she has returned to her roots to establish herself as […]
Hisham Akira Bharoocha is an artist currently based in Brooklyn, New York. He concentrates on creating music, visual art, and photography. Bharoocha has had solo exhibitions of his work at D’Amelio Terras gallery in New York, as well as Vleeshal, a state run space in The Netherlands. He has been in numerous group exhibitions at […]
Well, today’s discovery is the wonderful world of artist Paolo del Toro. Link here.
Afarin Sajedi was born in 1979 in Shiraz. She came to Tehran to study at the Azad University of Tehran where she got her degree in Graphic Design. Sajedi’s creativity, technique and powerful presentation are sure to ensure her an elevated position in the world of Iranian art. In all her works her women’s faces […]