Art Blogs

2 JANUARY 2016

MICHEL BLAZY

MICHEL BLAZY Michel blazy was born in 1966 in monaco, he lives and works in paris. His work is present, among others, by the following institutions: museum of old and new art (mona), tasmanie; mnam – centre georges pompidou, paris fonds national d’art contemporain; paris musée d’art moderne de la ville de paris; nouveau musée […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

What is Beauty? By Bruno Metra

What is Beauty? By Bruno Metra The works of two French photographers Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson on the concept of beauty, identity and fashion. The idea came from challenging brainwashing idea of beauty as it is expressed in culture and especially in the illusion of beauty as represented in fashion magazins. Beauty which involve […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Joe Webb. Absent Minded

Joe Webb. Absent Minded Joe Webb (1976-) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create hand-made low fi collages, no computer trickery in sight. Webb re-invents the imagery taken from his collection of printed materials to create simple and elegant, yet surreal, images that explore love and longing. His work is […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Francesca Pastine

Francesca  Pastine ::artforum excavations:: In my Artforum Excavation Series, I recontextualize content and subvert it in order to insert myself into larger global narratives. My manipulations map out a tangle of associations, unique contradictions and paradoxes through curious juxtapositions.  I consider my interaction with Artforum magazine as a meditation on materiality which results in a […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

THE SERBIAN ARTIST LAURA TODORAN

THE SERBIAN ARTIST LAURA TODORAN The Serbian artist Laura Todoran tells the story of creation in a series of body shots in black and white. She uses sign language and creates whole sentences by hand. The initial sensation is described by a hand painted black holding a white hand. The creation of Adam is described […]

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