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Bryan Lewis Saunders - Welcome

Bryan Lewis Saunders - Welcome

Main : Isidro Ferrer Andrew Myers Art Maskull Lasserre Recent, Current, and Upcoming Exhibitions: Gallery Pierre-Francois Ouellette Art Contemporain, MontrealSolo ExhibitionNovember 30 - January 2014Perimeter Museum Villa Rot, Burgrieden, GermanyGroup Exhibition27th October 2013 until 16th February 2014Auf Schritt und Tritt / At Every Turn GRASSI Museum, Leipzig, GermanyMarch 28 - September 29, 2013Group ExhibitionStep into the limelight - experimental shoe design The Painting Center, New York, NYJune 18 - July 26, 2013Group ExhibitionWorking It Out Maskull Lasserre was born in Canada in 1978, and spent his early childhood in South Africa. Lasserre’s drawings and sculptures explore the unexpected potential of the everyday through allegories of value, expectation, and utility. Lasserre has exhibited across Canada, and in the United States and Europe.

Vermibus | Street Art · Adbusting · Unveling Beauty Tom Sachs: Works Works Untitled ("I loved my sister's Barbie so very much. My parents, afraid that I'd turn out gay, encouraged carpentry. Barbie Slave Ship2013mixed media Headbox2013plywood, steel General Arrangements2013ink on panel Armory For the War on Plywood (AFWOP)2012mixed media Mobile Quarantine Facility (MQF)2011-20121972 Winnebago Brave, mixed media Telegram2009pyrography, synthetic polymer paint, and gold leaf on plywood Icemaker (collaboration with Jon Kessler)2009mixed media Texas2009pyrography and latex paint on plywood Master2008-2010mixed media Made in England2008-2009mixed media Miffy Fountain2008bronze Waffle Bike2008mixed media Lunar Module2008synthetic polymer paint on gaffer's tape Crying Hello Kitty2008bronze, automotive paint, water California2008plywood, synthetic polymer paint Creativity is the Enemy2008synthetic polymer paint and screws on plywood Hardcore2008mixed media Hasselblad2008pyrography, thermal adhesive, ConEd barrier wood King Lions2008Pyrography, wood, gold leaf

Russell Mills Gallery | Ron English Art menu View AllFine ArtInstallationsObjectsStreet Artmore Filter Tags Sayaka Ganz The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly by James Hampton Gallery Label "Where there is no vision, the people perish" — Proverbs 29:18 (King James Version) posted on the wall of Hampton's garage James Hampton's entire artistic output is this single work which he called The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly. Hampton worked for more than fourteen years on his masterwork in a rented garage, transforming its drab interior into a heavenly vision, as he prepared for the return of Christ to earth. The Throne is his attempt to create a spiritual environment that could only have been made as the result of a passionate and highly personal religious faith. Hampton's full creation consists of 180 components—only a portion of which are on view. Hampton's intricate, large-scale design for The Throne derives coherence from parallel rows of constructions, densely packed on several levels. Praised as America's greatest work of visionary art, Hampton's Throne reveals one man's faith in God as well as his hope for salvation.