Tag Archives: Contemporary

Nick Cave “Soundsuits”

“Nick Cave…, a black man, describes the suits as protection against prejudice. … Cave creates these wearable sculptures from a wide variety of throw away materials like twigs and bottle caps and garbage ties, making reference to society’s attitude towards … Continue reading

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Alice Hawkins “Beauty and the Beast”

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Jacob Tolmie “Nobody’s Idness But My Own Part 2”

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Allison Schulnik, “Nobody’s Idness But My Own”

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Jesús Moroles – “The stone was pushing me”

“After 25 minutes of working on the stone I stopped because I got so tired. When the dust settled I realized there was a whole circle of about 25 people within 5 feet watching me. It dawned on me then … Continue reading

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Kehinde Wiley – “Counteracting the Propaganda of Portraiture”

Kehinde Wiley, Art Interview Online

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Heidi Barkun – “Lost and Found- Intrinsic Beauty”

Heidi Barkun- b. Montreal 1971.  Heidi currently resides in Montreal. Heidi Barkun Visual Voice Art Gallery

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Lisa Breslow- “NYC Landscapes- Contemporary Geometric Impressionism”

KATHRYN MARKEL FINE ARTS Lisa Breslow

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Folkert De Jong -“Toxic Sculpture”

Folkert De Jong

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Olafur Eliasson – “Seeing Yourself Sensing”

“Challenging the passive nature of traditional art-viewing, he engages the observer as an active participant, using tangible elements such as temperature, moisture, aroma, and light to generate physical sensations…intentionally simple in construction but thrilling to behold, sparking profound, visceral reactions … Continue reading

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Katharina Fritsch – Deeply Psychological

“Fritsch’s work often has unsettling religious or quasi-spiritual associations and is deeply psychological, as if she is attempting to give an image to our deepest fears recovered from the world of myth, religion, cultural history and everyday life… Singular forms … Continue reading

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Bruce Nauman – Process Art

Bruce Nauman (born December 6, 1941, in Fort Wayne, Indiana) is a contemporary American artist. His practice spans a broad range of media including sculpture, photography, neon, video, drawing and performance.

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Bruce Nauman – “The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths”

“One of Bruce Nauman’s first pieces, the neon sign “The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths” was initially displayed in the artist’s grocery storefront studio.”[1] (“Process art is an artistic movement as well as a creative sentiment … Continue reading

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