Posts Tagged ‘Art

New graphic print from Mysterious Al titled “Kong” is now available. Each print is signed, numbered and blind-stamped with Stolen Space and Mysterious Al official seals.

Born in Kattowitz, Poland, Roman Klonek’s inspiration draws from his love of old fashioned cartoons, especially East European Styles. In the 1990s he studied Graphic Arts in Duesseldorf and discovered his passion for woodcut printing. For the past 10 years Klonek has designed posters using wide range of whimsical creatures, who are mostly half animal/half [...]

The solo exhibition by Chitra Ganesh titled ‘The Strangling Power of Dust and Stars’ currently on show at Nature Morte in Berlin, features a large-scale multimedia installation created on-site, with new drawings, works on canvas and digital collages. Tightrope

Guerra de la Paz, the Miami-based Cuban artistic team of Alain Guerra, and Neraldo de la Paz, have their first Swiss exhibition titled Bonsai Couture currently running at Kashya Hildebrand in Zurich. Red Pom Pom Bonsai Since 1996, the two, have collaborated , originally sourcing the clothing, fabric andmaterials for their sculptures from second-hand goods [...]

The solo show by installation and video artist Elaine Buckholtz, Light Making Motion: Works on Paper and in Light, will be taking over the entire Electric Works Gallery on July 8th, 2011, for an exhibition featuring video, light-based work and works on paper, which will employ video projection, channeled light plates, a trove of optical [...]

Anima Mundi, a solo exhibition by the renowned German artist, Imi Knoebel is currently on show at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris. In this selection of new works Knoebel illustrates the brilliance of his minimalist approach to color in a series of small paintings: five single, two pairs, two groups of three, two four and [...]

Shane Harrison’s editorial illustrations have been seen in Washington Technology, New York Magazine, and the New York Times, to name a few. His pieces often have an art deco, retro feel to them, blending an old fashion style with the new. Harrison is most often recognized for the hundreds of icons she illustrated for New [...]


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