Dave White "Aquatic" @ Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London The newly launched Lawrence Alkin Gallery is proud to announce ‘Aquatic’ - the latest collection of work to be released by acclaimed artist Dave White. Opening on November 14, Aquatic develops upon White’s ‘Natural Selection’ series, presenting artworks inspired by endangered species.Further to his international exhibition programme including MTV (Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas), New Museum (New York) – and hot on the heels of his inclusion in Shortlist Magazine’s ‘Brit List’ – this is a rare opportunity to view White’s new original work before his solo debut in Los Angeles next year. Aquatic features new works based on vulnerable species that inhabit our waters. White challenges his viewer to re-engage with the awe of the natural world. White commented: ‘We live in an i-generation culture, obsessed with technology, gadgets and social media; we’re all guilty of this.
Pantone Blog: Color and Design trends | The color of ideas. Art Ruby Artspace - Contemporary Art for Sale From The World's Best Artists Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design - Daily Art And Design Blog Bitique is closed. 2007 — 2014Bitique | Another Graphic Design Blog Art | Procured Design Reverse of Volume, 2009; 593 x 360 x 2000 cm; Glue, plastic sheet; Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, Aomori, Japan Of the existing accounts of Yasuaki Onishi‘s portfolio, few have investigated his work beyond commending the artists’ ability to manipulate space. However, there is a strong link which runs throughout his entire body of work – namely the interaction between the ideas and implications surrounding kinetics. Formally, Onishi’s work not only manipulates, but depends on movement in order to convey the meaning behind each piece. In the two-dimensional realm, his long-exposure photography in his Shaved & Rolled series softens otherwise violent and immediate jolts of fire. “Reverse of Volume” RG, 2012; Commission, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, Texas; Photo: Nash Baker Yet while elements of movement are prominent throughout his portfolio, the most striking example of Onishi’s interest in motion lies in his Reverse Volume series.
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