Archive for 2011

Electronica, Collage, and the Meaning of Everything By Lorette C. Luzajic When electronic music first came out, there was a big-to-do over its legitimacy. Detractors grumbled that it wasn’t “real” music since there weren’t any instruments. Others dismissed its pastiche sensibilities, denouncing the very idea of sampling previously recorded music to make new songs. I [...]

The sculptor duo known as Dallas and Angel at The DNA Factory have wild imaginations and a gift for the bizarrely creative. Take a look at some of these sculpture creations and many adjectives come to mind. Gruesome, fantastical, wicked, sad and the macabre. Besides being hauntingly bizarre, you know, something you might find in [...]

Johannes Wohnseiferʼs first solo exhibition, Holes Filled With Time, is currently on show at the Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels, and features all new paintings, paperworks and photographs by the artist. This Moment For this exhibit Johannes Wohnseifer examined the significance of time for his own artistic practice. Combining past, present and future to a stream [...]

Blood Concept, a blood scented perfume has been conceptualized based on ancient mystery, fascination and uniqueness of the fluid running through the veins of humans since the dawn of man. The river of life. This intriguing product was tested in public at Esxense – The Art Perfumery Event in Milan, an international event dedicated to [...]

The artwork of Little Sonrisa can be described as whimsical, delicate, and quirky. The way the over-sized headed subjects stare at you, whether they be children or creatures, it’s almost as if they actually see you. Her work fits nicely into the lowbrow category. Sonya also known as Little Sonrisa states “I am Austrian by [...]

PHILIP TAAFE FIRST SOLO SHOW IN LONDON ‘PAINTINGS 2009-2011′ AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY An exhibition of new paintings by Philip Taaffe, titled Paintings 2009 – 2011, is currently running at the Gagosian Gallery, his first ever solo exhibition in London. Taaffe’s paintings are the slow product of wide-ranging meditations on the interrelation of forms and images in [...]

Old abandoned buildings are filled with history, a sense of creepiness and amazing photographic opportunities. One such place is the abandoned historic landmark Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, WV, deemed one of the most haunted places in North America. Originally named Weston State Hospital, it was built right before the Civil War in the mid-1800′s, [...]

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