Gallery ‹ hebru Gallery Copyright © Hebru Brand. Powered by Hebru Brand tráfico visual | Sitio oficial de tráfico visual INTERESNI KAZKI jillian evelyn Sweet Surreal Photo Manipulations (12 photos) Budapest, Hungary-based Sarolta Bán is a 28-year-old photographer whose surreal photos have a surprisingly sweet side to them. In fact, though there's always an air of mystery that surrounds them, her photos read like individual stories filled with hope. It's hard to believe that Bán only started down this creative path about three years ago. As she tells us, "I learned digital processing by myself, just by experimenting. "The whole thing started with a picture from a house in Torino, Italy, I didn’t like the sky, so I grabbed one of my photos and changed it to a Hungarian sky. Though Bán is influenced by many artists and photographers, she really enjoys the work of Chema Madoz and Robert ParkeHarrison. When asked what piece of advice she'd share with others, Bán thad this to say. Sarolta Bán
Fundacja Urban Forms Brooklyn Street Art - ...loves you more every day. : Brooklyn Street Art Posted on April 7, 2014 “After photographing in the mosh pits for awhile I began to get familiar with patterns in the music. Eventually it got to the point where I could sense the moment coming when things would really cut loose and go berserk,” says painter Dan Witz about his process and method for catching the moment when the roiling mass of hardcore music fans hit the perfect state of frenzy. “NY Hardcore Paintings”, opening this past Saturday night and on view currently at The Jonathan Levine gallery in Chelsea, presents Witz with his new body of convulsing bodies and to say they are a revelation is only part of the story. Dan Witz “NY Hardcore” Jonathan LeVine Gallery (Photo © Jaime Rojo) With this many pieces displayed at once you begin to see mosh pits more as a cultural phenomenon, sociological study, and expression of the cognitive polarity produced when marginalized subculture creates communal gatherings. Dan Witz “NY Hardcore” Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Posted on April 6, 2014
Lynnea Holland Weiss The 2nd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational @ Spoke Art, SF Only a few days remain to check out the 2nd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational at Spoke Art in San Francisco. What is a 2nd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational you may ask? Curator Zach Tutor has compiled a group of 32 contemporary artists, including Audrey Kawasaki, Erik Jones, Joao Ruas, Soey Milk, Conrad Roset who blur "the lines between multitudes of genres into a single, pluralistic whole." “The 32 artists in this years Supersonic Electronic Invitational were chosen not only for their outstanding ability to create dynamic art but also for their position as innovators at the forefront of a generation of artists. “This area of the contemporary art scene is what the Supersonic Electronic website seeks to chronicle, the rise of a movement which sees artists blurring the lines between multitudes of genres into a single, pluralistic whole. The show closes January 26, 2013 Soey Milk Alessandra Maria: Allan Innman: Conrad Roset: Erik Jones: Joao Ruas: Charmaine Olivia
La Miscelánea | El blog de DeDealer THE STREET ART BLOG News : Joakim Ojanen My second solo exhibition with Richard Heller Gallery opens 2018.06.16 in Santa Monica, California. Very happy and proud over the show, check it out in Selected Works New images up on my latest and first solo exhibition at gallery Ruttkowski;68 in Cologne, Germany. Please have a look at Selected Works I have nine new ceramic pieces at The Hole NYC in a two person show together with Ryan Travis Christian. The show is up May 25th – July 2nd, 2017 I'm showing new work at a two person exhibition at Steinsland Berliner in Stockholm together with Oskar Nilsson. My first solo exhibition in Paris is opening 22nd of February at Lefevbre & Fils. Galerie Lefebvre & Fils 24, rue du Bac 75007 Paris Welcome! Images from my exhibition at Richard Heller Gallery is up in Selected Works My exhibition What A Time To Be Alive :( got a great review in LA Times, click on the image to read the review! The Artillery Magazine also gave the show a great review and it was the PICK OF THE WEEK!