Saturday, 27 October 2012 Dan Graham Work from his oeuvre . “Graham’s rejection of the high-seriousness of modern art emerged at the same moment as Pop art in the early 1960s. “I love magazines because they are like pop songs,” he once explained about his early conceptual magazine works, “easily disposable, dealing with momentary pleasures.” He infused his approach with a wide range of literary, anthropological, and scientific influences, from cybernetics and topology to the writings of Jean-Paul Sartre, Gregory Bateson, and Margaret Mead.
About lucas simões - lucas simõesLucas simões Catanduva-SP, 1980. vive e trabalha em São Paulo.1980, born in Catanduva, lives and works in São Paulo, BR contact:email@example.com +55 11 995.425.425 Lucas Simões is an independent artist based in São Paulo, with a background in architecture and design. His experiences of training as an architect redefined his perceptions of art and opened new paths of discovery.
The Six & Five Studio — SOMA for CatalogueFubiz Media is one of the largest online magazines in France that delivers a vision and perspective on the latest news about Creativity, Inspiration and Pop Culture. For the launch of the new website, we decide to propose a real "Fubiz Creativity Room". Making Fubiz, a physical place where the art hosts. We divide the references and projects in the colour sections : Green is for Graphic, Pink is Photography, Yellow is Design, Red is Pop Culture, Blue is Video, Violet is Technology.
Orange Peel Hanger by TourDeForkFrom @tourdefork, a collection of objects that aim to re-use kitchen waste. Inspired by traditional Italian customs where peel and other food waste is re-used in a completely new context. (Click the images below for full sized images) Orange Peel Hanger Above, the Orange Peel Hanger on which are placed leftover orange, mandarin or lemon peels on a steel skewer and hung over a warm radiator during the winter. "The zesty oils contained in the skins will evaporate and engulf the room with their fragrance.Art Inconnu - Little-known and under-appreciated art.: March 2010"Portrait of Karola Neher" 1929 "Karola Neher was a well-known actress in Germany during the inter-war period and played Polly Peachum in the 1931 film adaptation of the theatrical hit The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill and Berthold Brecht. Neher was also Brecht’s mistress for a time. A Communist sympathiser, Neher fled to Moscow with her second husband Anatol Becker in 1934.
Adventures of the BlackgangAdventures of the Blackgang Nautical History and Art LINKS / Blogroll SUBMIT to Monkey Fist ASK me anything Next >>>Anatomy of Japanese folk monstersYōkai Daizukai, an illustrated guide to yōkai authored by manga artist Shigeru Mizuki, features a collection of cutaway diagrams showing the anatomy of 85 traditional monsters from Japanese folklore (which also appear in Mizuki's GeGeGe no Kitarō anime/manga). Here are a few illustrations from the book. Kuro-kamikiri [+] The Kuro-kamikiri ("black hair cutter") is a large, black-haired creature that sneaks up on women in the street at night and surreptitiously cuts off their hair. Anatomical features include a brain wired for stealth and trickery, razor-sharp claws, a long, coiling tongue covered in tiny hair-grabbing spines, and a sac for storing sleeping powder used to knock out victims.
HonestlyWTFMy flight is booked and I’m off to Spain in September! It’s been nearly 14 years since I last visited so I’m beyond excited to return to some of my favorite places as well as explore ones I’ve been dying to experience. Case in point: Majorca. The idea of staying at Cap Rocat, a luxurious retreat which was once a 19th century Spanish fort, makes visiting this large Balearic Island that much more appealing. So much to see, such little time . . . if you have any recommendations, I’m all ears! Cotton bandanas and/or square silk scarves = the perfect transitional accessory.
84 pictures of dead mallsAug 23, 2012 For those of a certain age, the mall used to be the vibrant hub of retail. Quite literally you could get everything under one roof.Sweet StationZemer Peled Peled was born and raised in a Kibbutz in the northern part of Israel. After completing a BA (Hons) at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem she graduated with an MA (Hons) from the Royal College of Art.PrimedHigh Resolution High Resolution rachelcrummeyrachelcrummey:Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, ‘Notley’, 2013, latex housepaint, spray paint, enamel on dropcloth. “I’m trying to ask questions. So I know people will read it as “NO,”but I don’t know what they’ll do with it.
new work (building material).Materiality is the body of sculpture. But what constitutes materiality? It is: when things are themselves. It’s not about making something out of drywall, or rebar, but rather presenting each as such.archivekarlablackKarla Black, What Others Ask, 2008, Brown paper, paint, glue, eyeshadow, lipstick, nail varnish, wood, 222 x 370 x 58 cm, Installationview West London Projects, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Mary, Glasgow and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln. Karla Black, Wish List, 2008, Sugar paper, chalk, ribbon, hair gel, nail varnish, plaster powder, paint, petroleum jelly, polythene, rubber glove, Dimensions Variable, Photo: Thierry Bal, Installation view Tate Britain, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Mary, Glasgow and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Köln. migros museum für gegenwartskunst Limmatstrasse 270 41 1 277 20 50 Zürich Karla Black May 16-August 16, 2009 The migros museum für gegenwartskunst is presenting the work of Scottish artist Karla Black (born 1972 in Alexandria, lives and works in Glasgow) in her first solo exhibition in Switzerland. Plaster, chalk dust and Vaseline, or substances such as face powder, lipstick and nail varnish make up Black’s raw materials. Exhibition curator is Heike Munder.
blog - upon a foldwheel of life... January 15, 2014 Something very beautiful I just watched and wanted to share.Hayon StudioRoom 506 at Raddison Blu Royal Hotel Nirav Modi Flagship Boutique Lladró shop Madison NYC Le Sergent Recruteur Faberge Salon Groninger Museum