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Jeremy Geddes

Jeremy Geddes
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Past Auction Results for Franta (Frantisek Merte) Art – Franta (Frantisek Merte) on artnet Log In Not Registered? Art Valuation Price Database Fine Art and Design Price Database Decorative Art artnet Analytics Reports Buy and Sell artnet Auctions Galleries Auction Houses Market Alert Knowledge and News Artists A–Z artnet Magazine Calendar Monographs Home > Artists A–Z > Franta (Frantisek Merte) > Past Auction Results Franta (Frantisek Merte) (Czechoslovakian, 1930) Get email alerts about this artist! Sold Artworks More Information Monographs artnet Analytics Reports Market Reports Past Auction Results Find all 22 lots by Franta (Frantisek Merte) in past auctions worldwide listed below. Franta (Frantisek Merte) ink and gouache watercolor and ink oil on canvas ink on paper laid on canvas Acrylic on Canvas Mixed Media on Paper Oil and Gouache on Paper Oil on Canvas Bronze Gouache Bronze with Patina Price Database Fine Art and Design Price Database Decorative Art Artists Top 300 Artists Artist Monographs William Kentridge Christian Marclay Frank Stella artnet on Social Media Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Twitter

art, sporadically | all things visually interesting Richard Estes Artist Bio Richard Estes (born May 14, 1932 in Kewanee, Illinois) is an American painter who is best known for his photorealistic paintings. The paintings generally consist of reflective, clean, and inanimate city and geometric landscapes. He is regarded as one of the founders of the international photo-realist movement of the late 1960s, with painters such as Ralph Goings, Chuck Close, and Duane Hanson. (wikipedia) Richard Estes at Marlborough Gallery Richard Estes on Artnet Home : draw rico draw YAMAMOTO GENDAI ODANI, Motohiko (b.1972) ODANI Motohiko Web ART iT Julie Rrap - Hangfire Julie RrapHangfire, 2004Soft Targets pure pigment prints on acid-free rag paper199.5 × 133cm210 x 152 cm (paper size)Edition of 9 + 1 A/P series of 13 Soft Targets, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2004 View press release Loaded, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2012 360 degree Self-Portrait, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2010 Escape Artist: Castaway, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2009 Bust(ed), 16th Biennale of Sydney, Musuem of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2008 Julie Rrap: Body Double, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2007 Body Double, 3rd Auckland Triennial, New Zealand, 2007 Fall Out, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2006 Fleshstones, 2003 Fleshed Out, 2002 Overstepping, 2001 A-R-MOUR, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2000 Porous Bodies, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 1999 Persona and Shadow, 1984 [Julie Brown]

Bill Otomo Install Theme Banksy - Guerilla art wrapped in mystery and controversy [35 pics Banksy Truck Photo credit: Banksy Banksy, an anonymous England based graffiti artist, political activist, film director and painter, is probably the most popular, yet most mysterious, urban street artist in the world. He has become an internationally known as a subversive graffiti artist – yet manages to maintain a secret identity. However, many newspapers assert that his real name is Robert or Robin Banks. He is a counter-cultural prankster, but has art in major cosmopolitan galleries around the globe. He has dozens of celebrity collectors including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Christina Aguilera. Hint: Use “J” and “K” keys (after the page finish loading) to navigate from picture to picture. Banksy art: Picnic At the guerilla artist Banksy’s L.A. show in 2006, Angelina Jolie spent nearly $400,000 on three pieces of his work. Banksy art: Laugh now but one day we’ll be in charge Banksy art: The bad artist imitate, the good artist steal Photo credit: Banksy Banksy street art: escaping

Yoji Shinkawa Yoji Shinkawa (Japanese: 新川洋司, Hepburn: Shinkawa Yōji?, born December 25, 1971) is a Japanese artist. He is most famous for his character, environment and mechanical designs for the Metal Gear and Zone of the Enders series. Born in Hiroshima, Shinkawa began working for game developer Konami in 1994 after graduating from Kyoto Seika University.[1] He first worked as a debugger for the PC-98 version of Policenauts. He moved on to serve as art director for the later console ports of the game, then as character designer for the Metal Gear Solid series. Works[edit] Video games[edit] Other works[edit] Novels Urban Hercules (illustrations) Films References[edit] Bibliography[edit] The Art of Metal Gear SolidThe Art of Metal Gear Solid 2The Art of Metal Gear Solid 1.5The Art of Metal Gear Solid 4: Master Art WorkVisual Works of Anubis: Zone of the EndersMetal Gear Solid Peace Walker Official Art WorksThe Art of Yoji Shinkawa Volumes 1-3 External links[edit]

Home Page - L'arte con Matì e Dadà charlotte caron painted animal on photographic portraits by charlotte caron *afu插畫日誌* Painting | Beautiful/Decay Cult of the Creative Arts A recent exhibition in Minneapolis investigates the inherent desire to organize and structure our world, and the ensuing clutter and confusion when we become increasingly influenced by the sprawling technologies we’ve invented to helps us. Eddie Perrote, Leanna Perry and Bill Rebholz conceived Scategories as a display to highlight ordered chaos. ”We’ve enabled our minds to perceive more information, decrease our mental clutter and externalize our memories,” reads the press release, which explains why the exhibition feels a bit overrun, offering too much to process, even when the looking is enjoyable. Each of the artists has one foot firmly planted in the design world, which is perhaps the ideal middle ground to view the changing landscapes of art and design, and how technology is rapidly altering them. The group explains, “Through organizing the brain we present windows into the cerebral wold of structure, chaos, habitual patterns, and seemingly infinite layers of content.

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