Posts Tagged ‘Photography

Here are 15 cool blog posts from Art Nectar in 2010 that have gotten lost in the shuffle and you might not have had the pleasure of viewing. The Origins of Mass – Computer Animation by Aleksandar Rodic. Expand it to full screen! The Photography of Bela Borsodi – Bela Borsodi’s photography redefines the medium as Picasso’s [...]

MICHAEL STUART ‘CONTINGENCIES’ Opening January 8, 2011 at 6PM at Scaramouche in New York City, is Michael Stuart’s solo exhibition ‘Contingencies‘. Artist’s statement: I addresses the space between experience and the story that follows, the self and the idea of the self—the self as a body and the self as mediated, articulated, and complicated by [...]

French artist Delphine Pouille’s artistic expression ranges from large scale installations, to drawing and photography. Check out some of her work below. Installation, Mixed Media

Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. In the last edition we covered the world of Red Music Poster Prints. Today we are highlighting Hands. While hands are versatile physically, they are also quite versatile when portrayed artistically. [...]

Using only a scalpel Richard Galpin intricately scores and peels away the emulsion from the surface of his own photographs to produce a radical revision of the urban form. Here are some samples… Playing between abstraction and representation, the works draw their visual language from a variety of early 20th century movements such as Constructivism, and Vorticism…

We peruse the internet for useful websites so you don’t have to. ‘Click That Link’ is a complied list of cool website links worth checking out. CREATIVE Pictory – Gorgeous photography/photo stories.

Filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley follow photographer Sarah Sudhoff as she works on her series titled ‘At the Hour of Our Death’. In the series Sudhoff creates large-scale color photographs of stained fabrics from trauma scenes and discusses the invisibility of death in our culture. Death is an ugly thing. We try not to think [...]

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