Dan Colen transforms one of his Bazooka bubblegum paintings into a puzzle for the non-profit RxArt.
Hungarian artist Csilla Klenyanszki cleverly plays with common objects, exposing the absurdity inherent in everyday life.
Maya Lin is at work on a sprawling, meticulously researched memorial to our planet’s fragile ecology.
Maya Lin, Silver Niagara, 2013, recycled silver, 48-1/8” x 75” x 1/2” (122.2 cm x 190.5 cm x 1.3 cm). Edition of 3 + 1 AP. © Maya Lin Studio, courtesy Pace Gallery.
Gagosian exhibits the photography of eccentric actor and filmmaker Dennis Hopper.
Luigi Ghirri used Kodachrome photography as a medium for deciphering form and meaning.
A giant BLT from Claes Oldenburg
In a new show at MoMA, Claes Oldenburg is the gritty, gloppy father of Pop.
“The images while appearing to be paintings are not. The process originates in mixing ink for printing presses over years of working as an offset pressman. Pigments, carefully lit and photographed are unique records of a moment in time, ephemera. The original subject matter, like a sunset or street scene no longer exists.” -Mark Lovejoy
Photographer Kendall Bouchlas
Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen captures the humor and dignity of working-class Geordie culture.
Charles Fréger’s portraits of the “wild men” of Europe are on view now at Hermès in New York.
During her M.F.A. thesis project, Christa Parravani began photographing herself with her twin sister in front of sublime landscapes. Cloaked in long white robes, they pray in corn fields and sit in rowboats, mysteriously monk-like.
Paul McDonough’s airy photographs of 1970s teenagers languishing in the sun.
Odili Donald Odita at SCAD Museum of Art