Four Women, a Painting Series by Catherine Repko. Four Women Series Catherine Repko is an English artists who focuses on painting.
Currently, she develops a new series called Four Women based on the relationships between herself and her three sisters. “I’m interested in the space between us, our relationship growing up together and what connects us as now as adults” Repko explains. “Though a sisterhood is the root of my current work, I am thinking also about being daughters, about motherhood, our humanity […]“.
She started the series in 2019 and still develops it. Catherine Repko Catherine Repko lives and works in London. Her influence comes mainly from people. [Four Women, a Painting Series by Catherine Repko Source] Sigurd Grünberger’s Series A Letter To A Friend Is A Reminder Of The Simplicity That Surrounds Us. Grünberger’s extensive body of work reveals a distinct visual language and an impressive knowledge of color and lighting.
The photographer has mastered his skill through working in a camera shop at the age of 19, where he first developed a fascination with the medium of photography. Today, he boasts a strong international reputation with editorial publications in magazines such as L’Officiel, Elle, GQ, and Vision China, amongst others. What sets him apart, making his editorial work immediately recognizable, is his signature style of effortless elegance hinted with a subtle edginess; giving his images an ethereal air. L'ACTE GRATUIT. POOL 2020 by Photographer Maria Svarbova. Many of you will be familiar with Maria Svarbova‘s distinctive photographic work.
Inspired by the aesthetics of past decades mixed with striking colors and a sense of minimalism, the Slovakian photographer is best known for staged photo projects in swimming pools and sports facilities. Just a few days ago, Maria Svarbova published a new series shot in 2020. The images can be found below. For those who want to see more of her work, feel free to visit her website or follow this talented photographer on Behance and Instagram. Mark Mulroney: So many of my friends are in trouble. Mrs. is pleased to announce a solo presentation of new works by Mark Mulroney.
This exhibition was originally slated to be held on Governors Island with NADA House. Due to the pandemic, however, we have now moved the exhibition to our brick and mortar gallery space. This is Mulroney’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. Artist Spotlight: Helen Bur. Extracurricular activities: creatives on the side-hustles which grew out of 2020. Making flyers to post to their new neighbours, the pair developed a plan to open every other Sunday.
Residents could place their order via Instagram and, in exchange for contact-free delivery, make a charity donation to their neighbourhood food bank, Eat or Heat. Over 100 pizzas later, and £1000+ raised, “a nice man in our area called Jack who had the same oven as us wanted to help out,” explains Kate, now leading the trio to host a weekly Sunday pop-up at their local wine shop, TBC, in Leytonstone.
Teresa Austin Portraits in Acrylic Paint. Acrylic Paint by Teresa Austin Teresa Austin is a painter originally from California.
She focuses on gesso and acrylic paint and uses layering in her work. “I started my own art journey in March of 2017 at the age of 54.” stated in an interview, and it is very courageous to do a career shift at this age at a very volatile profession. Women in Art “I am particularly intrigued by women and how they are perceived by the dictates of society.” she explains. 2021 Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Collection. How the Timelessly Iconic Fiesta Tableware Is Made. Sweet and Minimalist Illustrations. Casa Cajueira by Wilbert Das. A Fascinating Timeline That Compares 'Star Wars' With Real World Years That Span From 1952 Through 2019. Lucky Chan Restaurant / MAIA Design Studio. Lucky Chan Restaurant / MAIA Design Studio Share.
The art room plant: Cathy Fisher. Beauty Remains, Garage Doors in Vilnius, Lithuania by Agne Gintalaite. Beauty Remains as Garage Doors Agne Gintalaite is an artist born in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
As one wanders in a city, she definitely finds interesting things to explore. However, apart from finding appealing things from the city, it is also very important the way one perceives them. And Gintalaite found these beautiful Garage Doors, and wonderfully identified them as paintings. “This is what I saw in these doors — paintings, created by people, who had no idea that they were making art.” she explains. Santi Zoraidez – New Normality Reel — Designcollector. Workshop architects integrates contemporary elements into colonial mexican house. Shape & Colour Play – Paintings by Artist William LaChance. Do you remember when you were young, your teacher would give you pieces of brightly coloured construction paper to arrange in a collage?
William LaChance’s work is not to be compared with a kindergartener’s, but his geometric artwork captures a childlike spirit that is simply infectious. LaChance’s inspiration comes from mixed media formats including design, fashion, art and nature. He combines these mediums using various methods including sewing, printing and painting. The end result are pictures that are abstract, textural and thought provoking. Some of his works consist of panels joined together. Destinee Ross-Sutton Opens "BLACK VOICES: Friend of My Mind" @ Her New Ross-Sutton Gallery, NYC. Counting down what is left of 2020, we’re all so drawn to folks who act on positive energy, and a prime example is the Ross-Sutton gallery where the dynamic Destinee Ross-Sutton and her newest project, the Ross-Sutton gallery where she is acting as curator, artist advisor, manager, artist advocate and champion of Black artists at her own namesake space.
Destinee was already one of the bright spots of this year, quickly becoming one of the most vibrant voices in the artworld. Earlier this summer, the Harlem native successfully introduced a game-changing contract for art buyers regarding resales for the Say It Loud (I’m Black and Proud) online exhibition at Christie’s back in July. Specific conditions, in direct response to a series of blatant “art flips'' of works on the secondary market, were imposed to protect those victimized Black artists. 1900 COFFEE / PVA. Share FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMail Or Area: 64 m² Year: 2020 Photographs: Andrei Bezuglov Design Team:Oleksandr Pinchuk, Katerina Virovtseva, Morozova NataliaClients:1900 COFFEECity:Kyiv More SpecsLess Specs Text description provided by the architects.
Defying Archetypes – Kado Collection by Goula / Figuera for LoVisual. When we think of a vase we tend to think of an object that is sleek and narrow, sculpted in accordance with the structure of the flowers it holds. Goula/Figuera Design, a studio consisting of designers Álvaro Goula and Pablo Figuera, have introduced these vases that really do break the mould. The ‘Kado collection’ features vases with a conical shape that are pointy and open up outward quite dramatically. Artist Spotlight: Laurie Lee Brom. Minimal Refurbished Apartment, Bratislava, Slovakia. The apartment resides in 500 flats, the oldest residential area of Bratislava. It was one of the first buildings in the area, an area which started developing in the fifties. Architect Alan Prekop was responsible for this wonderful renovation. The idea behind all this was to use recycle items whenever was possible. “In my latest project, I used old material and managed to recycle used steel, wood, and stone and gave them a second chance.” he explains.
The result was creating a delicate place using the core components. Reversible design could turn every building into a "DIY store for the next project" Architects should design buildings to be taken apart and reused as part of the circular economy, according to Adam Strudwick of Perkins and Will. Designers should get used to working with smaller palettes of reusable materials and draw up blueprints for disassembly as well as assembly, the interior designer said.
Reversible design could radically change the way buildings look, according to Strudwick: "It does potentially mean a whole new aesthetic. " Designing for the circular economy, where materials are endlessly reused and waste is eliminated, requires "a whole new mindset," according to Strudwick, who is principal of corporate interiors at international architect Perkins and Will.
"Rather than thinking of buildings or interiors as the end product, we have to think about every building as a kind of DIY store for the next project and the next project and the next project," he said. A Bauhaus-Inspired Furniture Collection From NOOM Studio And Sokolova Design. Artist Spotlight: Bony Ramirez. The Best Books of 2020. December 23, 2020 Susannah Frankel, Editor-in-Chief Taking Time: Conversations Across A Creative Community by Azzedine Alaïa“All the incredible voices and minds included – from Jonathan Ive to Julian Schnabel and from Robert Wilson to Isabelle Huppert – talk about this vast subject from completely different starting points and perspectives and their ideas are more musings – elliptical, gentle, non-prescriptive - which seems right for now.
Tyler Spangler. Walter Robinson - Artists - Owen James Gallery. Walter Robinson. Oil Paintings by Inès Longevial. Inès Longevial Techniques Inès Longevial is a French artist who currently lives and works in Paris. Lowest Mileage 90s Ferrari In The World On Sale In Melbourne. The Watch Book Rolex: Extended Edition. Luxury Hand-Made Bicycle by Louis Vuitton and Maison Tamboite. The cultural legacy of those who left us this year.
While I am tidying up the material in order to remember some of the personalities from the architecture, design and art world who have left us in this 2020 – John Baldessari, Adolfo Natalini, Yona Friedman, Vittorio Gregotti, Germano Celant, Nanda Vigo, Christo, Milton Glaser, Cini Boeri, Enzo Mari, Lea Vergine – I realise a few characteristics that these people, so important for the design culture, have in common. This modern-rustic prairie home in Minnesota is anything but ordinary. Housing in Amatepec by Manuel Cervantes Estudio. KLC introduces nature into retail warehouse extension interior in beijing. Anthony Zinonos Collages and Illustrations. Anthony Zinonos and Collages Anthony Zinonos is a British artist focusing on illustrations and collages.
He currently lives and works in Orange, California. I Climb, I Backtrack, I Float: The New Works of Nadia Waheed. Mindy Solomon gallery and curator Ché Morales are pleased to present a solo exhibition by artist Nadia Waheed. This recent series of work by Nadia Waheed marks a shift into new visual territory; sweeping mountainscapes, lush forests, still water – figure and nature weave together to build a picture of the internal narrative of the artist during these last eight pandemic months.
Inherently autobiographical, the colorful, allegorical paintings reflect the quiet focus and intention the artist held for herself in the midst of the cacophonous sounds of modernity. HH47 House / JUMA architects. HH47 House / JUMA architects Share. Contemporary Art Daily » Blog Archive » Fiona Connor at Fine Arts, Sydney. Fine Arts, Sydney is presenting an exhibition of new work by Fiona Connor. Meet the Lithuanian Designer Making Anthropomorphic Furniture Inspired by Klee and Miro - Sight Unseen.
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43 Illustrated Homes Celebrate the Work of Paul R. Williams in California. Conceptual Design Artworks by Jorg Karg - EverythingWithATwist. Memo Furniture Unveils Maru Collection. Bex Day Photography. Brutopia Takes on the Friendlier Side of Brutalism. The Best fragment design Sneaker Collabs & Where to Buy Them. Silent Charmers: Aly Helyer @ The Cabin, LA. Monforte soundproof partition by Raffaella Mangiarotti for IOC Project Partners. Moscow Apartment by Agnes Rudzite. McKinley Bungalow Etna by Studio Robert McKinley.
Ola Jachymiak Studio brightens Beam cafe in London with orange hues. HL House / Chi.Arch. 1920s Villa in Puglia Renovation, Southern Italy - EverythingWithATwist. Faith Ringgold Era Sneakers – COOL HUNTING® Gender by Katerina Jebb for PURPLE #34 the LOVE issue - purple FASHION. Yu Nishimura at KAYOKOYUKI and Komagome SOKO (Contemporary Art Daily) Pati Hill at Air de Paris (Contemporary Art Daily) In Pictures: The World’s Most Accidentally Wes Anderson Locations. WordPress.com. SomeOne helps RNID to launch a bold new look as charity reverts to historic name. Wallis Lake House / Matthew Woodward Architecture. A Nostalgic (if Isolating) Road Trip Along Route 66. Five Creatives Keeping South Tyrol’s Sensitive Spirit Of Invention Alive - IGNANT. Paris Based Artist Rebecca Brodskis - EverythingWithATwist.
Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Alloy. What makes a successful editorial package? The New York Times’ visual editor Tracy Ma discusses. Romantic Vintage Photos of Bogart & Bacall in the 1940s ~ Vintage Everyday. What is Scandinavian Design? – Gessato. CDK GLOBAL Offices / modulus. Simone Brewster's Paintings Articulate the Complexity of the Female Form and Psyche - Sight Unseen. Sky Hopinka at Broadway (Contemporary Art Daily) Rencontre : Kethevane Cellard. Kishio Suga at Tomio Koyama (Contemporary Art Daily) 80-year Old Warehouse Transformation, by Debartolo Architects - EverythingWithATwist. Artists in 'limbo' share their feelings of frustration and hope in new works. Collectif encore transforms farm ruin into playful, lively house in south-western france. Eyes : 2020 Visions. on Behance. ADFF:2020 Invites You to Virtually View Over 15 Design-Focused Films. New York Cyberpunk Mood Photography.
Massproductions' Jump Easy Chair - Gessato. Beauty is Life. Barbican Brutalism triumphs over Olympics disappointment for artist MAMIMU. Blind - Joseph Szabo’s Semi-Autobiographical Portrait of Suburban America in the 1970s. Iconic Quotes in Posters of Memorable Movies, by Chungkong - EverythingWithATwist. Collection de tables modernistes inspirée de la typographie par Forge Creative.
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