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Salesroom Artist: Alan Bennington  
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10/14/12 Posted 10/14/12

(Image: Alan Bennington, Fleuron Composition No. 130, 2011, Digital Vector Graphic; © Alan Bennington)   Alan Bennington (b. 1943, Cleveland,OH) As a self-taught artist and graphic designer my favored form of expression has always been in the abstract style which is evident in my work.  A fascination with the circular form, the Mandala style or Rose Window style, gives me a road map for my exploration. I prefer working in the digital format...It's simply the most adaptable method of working... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Christopher Moonlight  
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9/11/12 Posted 9/11/12

(Image: Christopher Moonlight, Mushroom #1, 2011 Photography; © Christopher Moonlight) Christopher Moonlight (lives in Austin, TX) Christopher started out doing artwork and comic book stories for his own zines, in his late teens and early 20's, including a goth zine called Mary's Mother's Scream, where he interviewed bands and did a comic called The Black Lipstick Curse. The theme was young goth's in love. However, it also showed their gothic, their romanticized ideas about death being obliter... [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Gregory Miller-Hard  
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9/7/12 Posted 9/7/12

(Image: Gregory Miller-Hard, Evil Magnolia 2012, Aug. 2012; © Gregory Miller-Hard)   Gregory Miller-Hard (b. 1960, Napier New Zealand) These works are the product of my passion for imagery distilled  from the botanic, geographic and aquatic realms. Photography is my medium but beyond just capturing split-seconds in time I am now creating organic images that are more structural and intricate.   The MANDALA series mimics the complex dichotomy found in flora. They are extrapolated from my... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Lisa Welcher  
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9/5/12 Posted 9/5/12

(Image: Lisa Welcher, Camilla, 2010, photo-based, digitally manipulated, painted; © Lisa Welcher)   Lisa Welcher (b. Los Angeles, CA) Passion is the cornerstone of Lisa's art inspiration. A world traveler with diverse interests and a keen eye for all things that stimulate the soul, Lisa translates sight into sound and sound into image; the laughter of a young child in play, a crackling bonfire on the beach, a steamy lagoon in the Asian jungle. Lisa's art has a heartbeat that can be felt in... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Fred Holle  
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8/9/12 Posted 8/9/12

(Image: Fred Holle, BEHIND THE CURTAIN, 2009, free-hand airbrush with acrylic, 40 x 30 x 0 inches; © Fred Holle)   Fred Holle (b. 1931, Milwaukee, Wisconsin) I'm a figural artist of "Romantic" persuasion. I'm also a painter/printmaker who's aware that drawing is the genesis of all of my work. I constantly draw from models, partly for the great pleasure it affords but, primarily, to maintain perceptual sensitivity and to obtain fresh data to fill a mental reservoir of images that may be tapp... [more]

Krisztina Fazekas: Catalogue Edition  
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Posted 8/8/12

Krisztina Fazekas Photography Lives & Works in: Haan, Germany Website: ididnotknow.tumblr.com For purchase: Contact Krisztina Fazekas Krisztina Fazekas, Untitled #5, from the series: "I did not know", 2012, digital c-print mounted on aluminium behind plexiglass, 60 x 70cm (limited edition of 10 plus 2 AP) / 90 x 105cm (limited edition of 5 plus 2 AP); Courtesy of the artist. Krisztina Fazekas, Untitled #9, from the series: "I did not know", 2012, digital c-print mounted on aluminium behind plexiglass, 60 x 70cm (limited editi... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Philippe Sauvie  
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7/20/12 Posted 7/20/12

(Image: Philippe Sauvie, Angelina: The Ochre Nude, Technology & Digital Art, 2012; © Philippe Sauvie)   Philippe Sauvie (b. 1959, Portland, OR) Artist Philippe Sauvie engages the viewer conceptually in a multiplicity of visual approaches, connecting, sampling and tagging all manner of imagery, created, sought after and stumbled upon. He takes the position that good art can't help but be derivative yet must have its own, new identity. His images feel familiar but speak of the present and into th... [more]

Open call: Southern Panoramas 2013 (apply between 16 Jul –15 Oct. 2012)  
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7/10/12 Posted 7/10/12

(Excerpt from 'International Contemporary Art Festival SESC_Videobrasil' posted on e-flux. Found here http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/open-call-southern-panoramas) The first edition of Videobrasil was held in 1983, bringing together a trailblazing generation of national artists and documentary and video makers. Application period: 16 July–15 October 2012 From 16 July until 15 October 2012, artists from the southern circuit may submit up to three works in any languages or formats. The I... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Slavomir Zombek  
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5/28/12 Posted 5/28/12

(Image: Slavomir Zombek, Peonies Smells The Most Beautifully Always At Night N°01, Technology & Digital Art, 2010; © Slavomir Zombek) Slavomir Zombek (b. 1965, Levoča, Slovakia) Slavomir Zombeck is a Slovakian artist, who lives and works in the town Levoca. He works with painting, drawing, mixed media, graphic art and architecture. Through his works, he communicates not the reality, but the feelings that give him the sense of reality. As he considers his own identity as a little space, he striv... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Igor Voloshin  
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5/22/12 Posted 5/22/12

(Image:  Igor Voloshin, Granat, 2011, Photography, 40 x 40 cms; © Igor Voloshin) Igor Voloshin (b. 1963, Nikopol, Ukraine) Igor was born in Nikopol, Ukraine in 1963. Originally Igor is an illustrator. He has worked in the advertising. The artist is doing photography from 2008; he works both as an artist and a photographer. This means that Igor is trying to combine his skills in the final product. For him, photography is not only the reflection of visible things, but an opportunity to create... [more]

20120519135547-cyro_cappello_fama_volat_2012 IN CONTEMPORARY Project - High and Low  
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Cyro Cappello, Group Show at Palazzo Chianini Vincenzi May 19th, 2012 - June 23rd, 2012
Posted 5/19/12

IN CONTEMPORARY project intervention, thegroup show that inaugurates High and Low  May 19,offers a critical reflection born from a comparison with the current national and international crisis, looking for a newengagement between companies and artist. The exhibitioncurated by Matilda Puleo will present the work of 42 artistsasked to produce two sample images of these opposingcategories of thought, so as to achieve a meeting of creativity united by the desire to explore the thought from theexecution of... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Udo Linke  
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5/17/12 Posted 5/17/12

Udo Linke (b. near Berlin) I was born and grew up near Berlin in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). Visited artschool in Frankfurt Main and finished it after 5 years with a diploma as a graphic designer pro. Worked in that field for over twenty years mainly doing commercial illustrations. Only recently - round 2006 - I started concentrating on art. So now I'm no young man anymore yet still pretty fresh as an artist. My favourite genre is pop art with strong retro influences. My artwork us... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Bettie Coetzee-Lambrecht  
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5/11/12 Posted 5/11/12

(Image: Bettie Coetzee-Lambrecht, Freedom #2, 2012, Acid free archival print by Master printer in Limited edition of 10, 20 x 16 inches ; © Bettie Coetzee-Lambrecht) Bettie Coetzee-Lambrecht (b. South Africa) Currently,  I am an arts writer and critic for the local media in South Africa. I have gradually shifted from 'onlooker' to 'doer', after years of  writing about other's art. I now focus on making pictures (in camera and in post production) with the intent of producing fine art prints, p... [more]

20120420114029-interlife Overlords by Tom Estes  
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at Fictilis April 5th, 2012 - April 27th, 2012
Posted 4/20/12

OVERLORDS BY TOM ESTES at Interlife Crisis It’s hard to remember a world without the internet. In its current pernicious state of velocity combined with a fathomless audience, the internet has become a dizzying source of daily information. According to a recent survey, we now spend almost half our waking hours either online, on the phone, or watching television. The flow of information has continued unabated and transmission of images has accelerated to become a source of daily reality for most u... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Keith Dillon  
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4/16/12 Posted 4/16/12

(Image: Keith Dillon, ANCIENT FACE, Technology & Digital Art, 2009; © Keith Dillon) Keith Dillon (lives and works in Portland, OR) I have been a commercial photographer for many years, working in digital, using Photoshop for 17 years. I worked in advertising, product, photojournalism, editorial, and corporate, both in studio, and locations.  My advertising work has been in Andy Warhol , INTERVIEW magazine, TOWN & COUNTRY magazine, and MANHATTAN CATALOGUE magazine, and many more. I was published in AMERIC... [more]

Malick Sidibé: On Our Worldwide Watchlist  
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3/9/12 Posted 3/9/12

(Image: Malick Sidibé, Jeunes Bergers Peuls, 1972 / 2010; © Malick Sidibé) Malick Sidibé (b. 1935, Soloba, Mali) Malick Sidbé’s ebullient images take place in a variety of settings: either outdoors in one of Mali’s newly minted nightclubs, house parties spinning the latest James Brown album, picnics on the bank of the River Niger or indoors at Studio Malick. In 1958, he opened his own studio to take photographs of “Africans for Africans,” and by 1965, the young people knew to go to Studi... [more]


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