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Claire Falkenberg  
Posted 7/13/15

Claire Falkenberg works more: [more]

Holton Rower  
Posted 6/22/15

Time Lapses [more]

Yayoi Kusama  
Posted 6/16/15

Avant-garde Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama was an influential figure in more h [more]

Jan Imberi  
Posted 6/4/15 [more]

Chiharu Shiota  
Posted 5/30/15

Berlin-resident artist Chiharu Shiota creates large-scale installations by... red more: [more]

Tim Knowles  
Posted 5/29/15

Tree Drawing film: [more]

Luc Hoekx  
Posted 5/27/15

In the last 15 years I’ve made an evolution from a lyrical approach to... more: [more]

Posted 5/25/15

Combining the media of more: [more]

Isabel Reitemeyer’s Collages Are Minimal And Surreal  
Posted 5/23/15 [more]

Michael Cusack  
Posted 5/19/15

“With every new body of work I am trying to re-write. Not more: [more]

Sarah Sze  
Posted 5/16/15

Since the late 1990s Sarah Sze's signature sculptural aesthetic has presented ephemeral installations that..... read more: [more]

Kjell Varvin  
Posted 5/14/15

Kjell Varvin constructs installations from a variety of objects in the corner of... read more: [more]

Eske Rex  
Posted 5/12/15 Drawing Machine is a construction involving two pendulums, each more: [more]

Michael Johansson  
Posted 5/11/15

A boat and related equipment are joined together in more: Artworks by Michael Johansson [more]

Anish Kapoor - Leviathan - Monumenta 2011 //// The sense of the sacred  
Posted 5/10/15 [more]

Antonia Dewhurst. Roots and Rootlessness.  
Posted 5/9/15

Local to what? To home? Where’s that? To where I live? Is that significant? Is it worth more: [more]

Letha Wilson.  
Posted 5/8/15

Letha Wilson uses photography in sculptural artworks to investigate our complicated relationship to our natural more:;jsessionid=749728233DC174BDA54542D0D4E50BF4?page=12624 [more]

Lage Lindell, Sweden (1920-1980)  
Posted 5/7/15

Lage Lindell had an aesthetic that slid into an existential relationship between the artist, and audience. The images would interfere with the visitors in the room, he disliked framed paintings. Cut out shapes that he pinned to the wall. Pressed in the series figures on plexiglass, which could hang freely, and those who stayed up and watched experienced how the image figures rhythmically mingled with the people around. Art was a part of life. [more]

Donna Ruff  
Posted 5/6/15

American artist Donna Ruff finds beauty & inspiration in “sacred texts such as the Torah and the Qur’an, but also in the New York Times and the Manhattan phone book; in cathedrals, mosques and synagogues. [more]

Richard Diebenkorn on Beginning a Painting.  
Posted 5/5/15 [more]

Joseba Eskubi  
Posted 5/3/15 Joseba Eskubi (born 1967) is a Spanish artist who lives and works in Bilbao, Spain Joseba Eskubi works with soft, amorphic and organic forms in a universe of decay and his paintings appear in a surrealistic world. His work is often a single organic figure filled with dark secrets, movements and metamorphoses, overflowing with tensions from the abyss. His works are created with mixed media (oil painting, acrylic, plasticine, photography).... [more]

Antony Gormley. Blind Light  
Posted 5/2/15

Film: [more]

Installation Creates Star Nurseries With Code and Geometric Light  
Posted 5/1/15 [more]

Hellmer Osslund. Painter of the North.  
Posted 4/30/15

Helmer Osslund, Sweden (1866-1938) Helmer Osslund was a Swedish artist born in Tuna. From birth name was Aslund but switched to the more international sounding Osslund when he as 20-year-old went to America to become an architect. Osslund attended the homecoming at the Technical School and the Artists' Association art school in Stockholm. In 1889 he was hired later as a decorator at the Gustavsberg porcelain but continued his artistic career after study trips to Paris and London and trainin... [more]

Sarah Oppenheimer  
Posted 4/29/15 [more]

Eliza Strozyk. Wooden Textiles.  
Posted 4/28/15 [more]

A Theo Jansen´s mechanism  
Posted 4/27/15

Film: [more]

A Mirror Cube, as a hotel.  
Posted 4/25/15 Film: [more]

Nature by numbers.  
Posted 4/24/15

Short film: [more]

Stockholm Metro. The worlds longest art gallery.  
Posted 4/23/15 [more]

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