Archive for the ‘Sculptures’ Category

You haven’t seen a sculpture till you set your sights on Nick van Woert’s sculptural masterpieces, which range from cut open brains, drippy blown up faces, and chewing gum busts. Don’t worry it’s not as gruesome as it sounds. Check them out… Untitled – Fiberglas bust, polyurethane plastic, steel

Kaws ‘Pay the Debt to Nature‘ exhibit is currently running at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin till December 23, 2010. Pay the Debt to Nature The exhibition Pay the Debt to Nature, whose eponymous work shows a man captured and manhandled by Nature, which has reclaimed its rights, unveils a collection of nine paintings including five ‘grisailles’, [...]

We had the pleasure of attending the opening of ‘din din – An Exhibition of New Work by Jerry Mischak‘  at Industry Gallery last night which was held from 6:30 to 8:30pm in DC. The exhibit consisted of the installation piece dinner table/such a night which is a 36-ft long table with 40 plates, 80 [...]

Currently on show at the Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas is Garland Fielder: Modulations, an exhibition of recent paintings and sculpture. Garland Fielder’s work is meticulously crafted invoking a minimalist tradition. Keeping the palette to a minimum of elements and colors, his methodology is elegant and refined. His art explores mathematical and geometric principles and [...]

Italian sculptor Alessio Ranaldi’s work takes form and shape via stone, velvet, mixed media and jewelry. Fascinated by the three-dimensional world and inspired by artists like Henry Moore, Hans Harp, Mimmo Paladino, then decide to switch to sculpture, he graduated to a course of stone sculpture in his native country. From then refine the sculptural [...]

Meet David D’Imperio at the Washington Craft Show, Nov. 19-21 at the Washington Convention Center. David D’Imperio was born in Pennsylvania in 1960. He spent many teenage summers exploring the coral reefs in the waters off the Florida Keys. His fascination with sea life and organic form has greatly influenced his work. He moved to [...]

L&M Arts Los Angeles presents Three Sculptures by Paul McCarthy, the artist’s first exhibition in his hometown in 10 years. The gallery will be featuring new large-scale sculptures, both indoor and outdoor, of all different mediums; these represent the culmination of several major themes that have run throughout McCarthy’s work for many years. Train, Mechanical (2003-2010) [...]


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