Archive for September, 2011

Opening September 23, 2011 is the Sanford Biggers: Sweet Funk – An Introspective at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. New York-based artist Sanford Biggers challenges and reinterprets symbols and legacies that inform contemporary America in the focused selection of thirteen pieces in the exhibit. The exhibition is Biggers’ first museum presentation in New York, and [...]

Love and Rockets: Artist Yaron Bob Turns Bombs into Roses by Lorette C. Luzajic Israeli artist Yaron Bob was looking for “a new symbol of peace, and an answer to death.” Yaron Bob with his sculptures. The computer teacher, blacksmith, and metal sculptor sought a way to symbolize to the world that the people of [...]

Here are the 4th and 5th trailer in the series of 9 for the FCUK Fall/Winter 2011 Campaign from the music video production company Paydirt. The Suit features the track ‘Look at Me Now’ by Chris Brown and Busta Rhymes.

For this year’s London Design Festival 2011 graphic artist Noma Bar will be creating an interactive art-making machine for the event called ‘Cut It Out’. It is a specially commissioned, *Heath Robinson-esque embossing device /sculpture in the shape of a giant dog, which will allow visitors to feed paper, rubber and other materials into its mouth to [...]

Presented by Monte Beachamp and opening at the Copro Gallery September 10, 2011 is the seventh annual Blab! Show which will be previewing artwork from the upcoming volumes of BLABWORLD No. 2 and 3. The show will also feature Ryan Heshka’s “Strange Powers 2″. Among the artists included in this exhibit are: Joe Sorren, Sas Christian, [...]

SCION presents A Product of Design Exhibition Opening September 17th and running through October 8th, 2011 at Scion’s Culver City gallery is ‘A Product of Design’ exhibition which spotlights the blurred line between product and art object, and between collectibility and function. ‘A Product of Design’ celebrates a cross-section of companies and individuals who work is [...]

Contemporary Art in Eastern Europe – An Important Addition to Every Art and History Library By Lorette C. Luzajic One of the best ways to learn about history, geography and culture is through art. The personal interpretations expressed through art give depth to the politics, traditions, and experiences involved in history and its culmination in [...]

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