Blog Post Category Archive (Sculpture)

  1. Salad Days by Tara Sinn

    Tara Sinn is a NY based graphic designer and artist. She creates websites, music videos and motion graphics for the internet. I’ve been a longtime fan of her numerous multimedia projects, which are always smart, fun and inspirational. From January 10 – February

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  2. Everyone is a Photographer

    Everyone is a Photographer current lo-fi photography The exhibition Everyone is a Photographer is about contemporary lo-fi photography. In western countries everybody has the possibility to take photos. But where is the difference between high art and popular culture? Works

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  3. Tom Sachs: A Selby Film

    Great video of Tom Sachs at work brought to us by The Selby: Tom Sachs, A Selby Film from the selby on Vimeo. http://www.theselby.com/ http://tomsachs.org/

  4. People Things Enter Exit

    “People Things Enter Exit” at Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver Canada. Oct 28 – Dec 3, 2011 From Catorina Jeffries: “Now enter a num­ber of com­mands that you would like to be exe­cuted. You can start with … a hiss and

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  5. Speaking in Tongues: Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken, 1961-1976

    Los Angeles – –  Though the Pacific Standard Time blockbuster exhibitions at the major institutions are something to behold, “Speaking in Tongues,” the Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken show at Armory Center for the Arts is a standout. The curation by Claudia Bohn-Spector and Sam

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  6. Olivier Kosta-Théfaine. Monde Sauvage

    Souvenirs des Indes – 2011 – concrete, brick, steel, plaster and showcase – 140 x 60 x 150 Olivier Kosta-Théfaine Monde Sauvage Gallery Jeanrochdard is happy to present Olivier Kosta-Théfaine’s first solo show in Paris. Born in 1972, he lives

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  7. MasterClass – Mark Delong & Landon Metz

    Mark Delong was born in 1978 in New Brunswick. He currently lives and works in Vancouver. Delong is a self-taught artist working in a range of media, including sculpture, drawing, painting, and sequential art. His work features a rotating cast

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  8. BARTHOLOMEW

    September 16 – November 17, 2011 Curated by JSBJ Gallery 12 Mail 12, rue du Mail 75002 Paris Ann Woo Amy Lombard Andreas Banderas Andrew Laumann Aurélien Arbet Brian Khek Daniel Everett David Schoerner Dmytrij Wulffius Flemming Ove Bech Grant

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  9. Whilst moving backwards through a series of thresholds, one finds oneself, inexorably, indoors

    Whilst moving backwards through a series of thresholds, one finds oneself, inexorably, indoors A group show featuring works by Maryanne Casasanta, Steven Hubert, Bitsy Knox, and Les Ramsay Curated by Jill Orsten July 8-August 6, 2011 Opening Reception: July 8,

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  10. The Cheaper Show No. 10

    Aaron Moran Ali Bosworth Brad Tinmouth Chris Taylor Colleen Heslin Dan Siney Heidi Johansen Jerry Hsu Jessica Bell Jennilee Marigomen Ken Navarra Kurtis Wilson Kyle Scully Les Ramsay Logan Sturrock Mark King Paul Paper Pedro Ramos Ryan Smith Russell Leng

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  11. Gabriel Orozco (2011)

    Creative, playful and inventive, Gabriel Orozco creates art in the streets, his apartment or wherever he is inspired. Born in Mexico but working across the globe, Orozco is renowned for his endless experimentation with found objects, which he subtly alters.

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  12. 01 Magazine at Venice Biennale: Carol Bove

    Carol Bove is a New York based artist and collector whose work involves mining memory as artistic material.