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Brit van Nerven home. Jordi Ferreiro – The presence. Maia Navas - Sitio Web. The Journey / works on canvas / liliana porter. Stratis Tavladiris y su ropa de papel – VEIN Magazine. Stratis Tavladiris trabaja el papel para crear con él formas costumbristas.

Stratis Tavladiris y su ropa de papel – VEIN Magazine

Manteles de ganchillo o cortinas con encaje son algunos de los objetos de inspiración que le llevan a crear piezas de ropa de papel. Es una manera de transportar imágenes cotidianas a nuevos soportes, recargarlas de valor y ofrecer la posibilidad de volver a descubrir su belleza. Stratis perfora delicadamente el papel a partir de los patrones geométricos que diseña como homenaje a su ascendencia y su cultura. La fragilidad de cada una de las piezas deja pasar una luz melancólica que recuerda a las tardes de siesta en tierras mediterráneas.

Los tutoriales Furoshiki de María Ramírez – VEIN Magazine. La artista textil María Ramírez se une con Pineal Studio en la realización de 6 tutoriales que muestran los posibles usos de los pañuelos según la técnica nipona del Furoshiki (método que lleva siglos siendo aplicado en Japón).

Los tutoriales Furoshiki de María Ramírez – VEIN Magazine

Cumbres borrascosas. Ann Hamilton Studio. The event of a thread | 2012-2013 Commissioned by Park Avenue Armory Kristy Edmunds, Curator New York, NY December 5, 2012-January 6, 2013 the event of a thread is made of many crossings of the near at hand and the far away: it is a body crossing space, is a writer's hand crossing a sheet of paper, is a voice crossing a room in a paper bag, is a reader crossing with a page and with another reader, is listening crossing with speaking, is an inscription crossing a transmission, is a stylus crossing a groove, is a song crossing species, is the weightlessness of suspension crossing the calling of bell or bellows, is touch being touched in return.

Ann Hamilton Studio

It is a flock of birds and a field of swings in motion. It is a particular point in space at an instant of time. — Ann Hamilton To read the entire statement, click here. Explore Artists. Bryan Zanisnik. Interview Directory. I AM AFRAID (2009), Available for Sale. Beginning her artistic practice in her native Paris, Louise Bourgeois was originally associated with Surrealism due to her integration of fantastic elements into her prints and sculptures.

I AM AFRAID (2009), Available for Sale

Upon moving to New York in 1938, Bourgeois focused primarily on sculpture, crafting biomorphic forms that curator Lucy Lippard has described as enacting the physicality of the body as experienced from within. Bourgeois’s suggestive organ-like contours and early use of unconventional materials (like resin, latex, and cloth) allude to a tension between quintessentially male and female forms. This recurrent interrogation of the male/female dialectic aligns Bourgeois with the Feminist movement, but her work has also been examined through the lens of Abstract Expressionism, as she exhibited with artists such as Robert Motherwell, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko.

Marcella Volini. 10 Artists Who Contemporize the Ancient Craft of Embroidery. Embroidery is a timeless craft that transcends cultures and geography, having been found as early as the 30,000 BC in Russia, 3500 BC in China… Although it started as a way to tailor and mend clothing, techniques were developed and opened up the possibilities for decorative stitching.

10 Artists Who Contemporize the Ancient Craft of Embroidery

As time went on, tapestries became increasingly sophisticated and recognized as a form of art. Contemporary embroidery reflects the craft’s rich past, with many artists using ancient approaches to express themselves, their environment, or even commercially—embroidery in illustration is gaining quickly popularity. I quaderni ricamati di Fabulous Cat Papers – Frizzifrizzi. Chara è greca, vive ad Atene, e ama la carta, in particolare i taccuini.

I quaderni ricamati di Fabulous Cat Papers – Frizzifrizzi

Michelle Kingdom. Just another WordPress site. M.o.t.o.k.o. El escarabajo para los egipcios:En vida proporcionaba protección contra el mal, visible o invisible, dando diariamente fuerza y poder.

m.o.t.o.k.o

En la muerte, quien lo portaba adquiría la posibilidad de resucitar y alcanzar la vida eterna. Una ilustración para el cuento “El tiempo estacionado” de Cesar Reynaga. Peter Gentenaar: Paper Sculpture. More than 100 of Peter Gentenaar’s ethereal paper sculptures were installed inside the Abbey church of Saint-Riquier in France.

Peter Gentenaar: Paper Sculpture

Gothic architecture + paper art = SWOON! I love how the curves and organic forms of the paper sculptures echo the beautiful vaulting and cluster piers of the church interior – look how the sculptures have ribbing just like the ribbed groin vaults! Gothic architecture, facilitated by the invention of the flying buttress, is characterized by the towering, luminous spaces created by the higher ceilings and huger windows that flying buttresses allowed for (compared to the engaged buttresses of Romanesque architecture).

So the true lightness and airiness of the suspended paper objects reminds us how the seemingly light and airy walls are actually a monumental stone structure. Just gorgeous, and amazing photos too. Here is a link to Peter Gentenaar’s site translated into English. Andrea Zittel. Marco Mazzetti lámina Verano art nouveau 2007. FADU. Morfología Mazzeo N2. Ensayos de Dibujo en El Parqueadero. Crystal Wagner - Selected Works. Artwork Survey: 2010s. JooHee Yoon. Gina Rockenwagner. Site-specific installations. Jeff Bridges Sleeping Tapes - Squarespace. 2014 — Louise Despont. Bernard Tschumi Architects. Kevin Simón Mancera. Una selección de todas las palabras con cualquier connotación negativa encontradas en el diccionario resulta en una larga lista de pesimismo y ofensa, tratadas con un dibujo largo y paciente.

Kevin Simón Mancera

El negro del contenido sobre el rosa del soporte proponía una ironía del ejercicio de leer, escribir, y dibujar. Cada palabra tenía una sólida elaboración que le diera cuerpo adicional a su contenido. Así formé bloques alfabéticos con palabras detestables. Técnica: tinta sobre papel Dimensiones: 40 dibujos de 21 x 27 cm. Oliver Herring. Images and information for the artist Dan Estabrook. Lisson Gallery. The American artist Fred Sandback (1943–2003) worked with elastic cord and acrylic yarn to delineate or bifurcate three-dimensional space, creating room-filling volumetric forms using the most minimal of means.

Lisson Gallery

By stretching single strands of yarn point-to-point to create geometric figures, Sandback’s near intangible objects nevertheless amounted to precise and subtle delineations of pictorial planes and architectural volumes. Despite this relationship to the built environment and to the practice of drawing, he became known primarily as a Minimalist sculptor, alongside such contemporaries as Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt and Carl Andre, but Sandback was also a forerunner of and a major influence on many of today’s installation artists.

Tiril Hasselknippe / home. Text-animations. _ne8z8cR35A1qaruxco1_1280.jpg (800×600) BEN FROST IS DEAD. Knotek. Angela Dalinger. This month I will have my first exhibition in Germany in an Italien bookshop in Berlin ( Raum Italic ) together with the artist Robert Deutsch. They asked us to do a new movie poster for an italien movie…and this was the only one I remembered. My Cardboard Life » Made from real cardboard. Federico babina. Trixi Allina. “Procedure room” by Nikita Kadan. Jem Magbanua Illustration. ANA TERESA BARBOZA.

Starving Artist Recipes. I used to live in Seattle and one of the big things I miss about that city is Tom Douglas’s Serious Pie restaurant. It is seriously intense, with their stone-encased applewood burning ovens, exclusive charcuterie, and artisan cheeses. But my fav is their Yukon Gold Potato with Rosemary and Pecorino Romano Pizza. Littlelimpstiff14u2: The Intricate and Beautiful... - Mintha Mitra. Serban Savu – “Unimportant Stories” - Mihai Nicodim. Mechanical Flipbook. Home : JUAN FONTANIVE. DeVet - Subjective Atlas of Hungary.

Pilar Albarracín. Library. Gublerland. Patatap. Jessica Dance Knits Comfort Food... Literally and Figuratively. Jes­sica Dance is an art direc­tor, model maker, and prop styl­ist who spe­cial­izes in hand­crafted mod­els. I’ll say! Check out this series of knit­ted com­fort foods that totally gives new mean­ing to the phrase. As some­one who knows how to knit (poorly), I am super impressed with the forms them­selves and detail­ing on items like sausage and bacon. Very neat. 365 Gallery — LUCKY JACKSON. Www.erwinwurm.at  ARCHIVE: Dianna Molzan at the Hammer Museum, 2011. Jessica sofia mitrani. Ricardo Muñoz. Alyson Provax. Time Wasting Experiment 0007 Time Wasting Experiment 0006 Time Wasting Experiment 0008. Thomas Allen. My career has been marked by a series of firsts—first NY show, first sold-out print, first art fair, first magazine commission, first book cover, first book, first media award, first television appearance, first appearance on the side of a building, first appearance on a rodeo ticket… This is about a recent first that came in the form of an email from AARP (just days before my 50th birthday) that had nothing to do with my impending membership eligibility.

It was from Michael Wichita, Interim Director of Photography at AARP Media, inviting me to work on a print and iPad project for AARP Magazine. Seeing this as both ironic and serendipitous, I accepted. Homepage / liliana porter. Art Brussels - Aeroplastics Contemporary. Miranda July: The Future. Peter Callesen. Jem Magbanua Illustration. Beccy Ridsdel - H o u s e s. Sarah Sze. George Brecht. Catalina Moreno M.