DEAN PROJECT proudly opens its 2010 Fall Season with a new gallery in Chelsea and opens the space to the public with a solo exhibition by NY-based painter Bryan Drury. The opening reception with artist is on Thursday October 14th, 6-8pm and the exhibition dates run from October 14th through November 27, 2010.
“Recent works – Antibiosis” features new and recent works by Bryan Drury. The artist’s body of work, all oil paintings completed within the past 2 years, confronts the incongruous relationship between humans and the natural world. This comes into light not by pairing two extremes against one another or by making pictorial juxtapositions. Instead, it subtly poises their contrived – and growing separation head on with a realism that marks humanity’s detached fetishization and exploitation of nature.
Chinese born, American painter and sculptor Yang Yang was born 1953. He creates figurative paintings and sculptures of unconventional forms. Here are some samples of his work.
Mesmerizing shapes, instruments, gadgets and accompanying piano blend together for a visually gorgeous escapade in Radium Audio Ltd’s ‘Music & Sound – Strange Arrangements’ video.
If you happen to be in Tokyo Japan on September 29th, here is an opportunity to tell the the world about your design, your thoughts, and ideas at SuperDeluxe at 20×20 Pecha-Kucha Night.
This event hosted by Klein Dytham architecture, and anyone in the architectural and design world can ‘show’ and tell. You can present a newly finished building, it may be a new project, a new piece of furniture, a new event, a new idea, something you want to share with everyone.
Duffy The Third Man: A Retrospective of Brian Duffy exhibition at Lucy Bell Gallery opens September 28 and runs through November 19, 2010. This exhibition of the late Brian Duffy includes many “unseen” images, 45% of which has not been on public exhibition before.
Brian Duffy, together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan was one of the innovators of “documentary” fashion photography, a style which revolutionised fashion imagery and the fashion industry of the late 50’s and 60’s .
Abdi Farah, the winner of Work of Art: The Next Great Artist, Bravo’s hour-long creative competition television series, who received a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum as a part of his prize, will speak in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium there on October 1 at 12:30 p.m. before a group of 260 students who attended the same Maryland high school from which he graduated.