graficzny
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graficzny
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Laeh Glenn
Laeh Glenn
Laeh Glenn
Laeh Glenn
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Pure surface, the polyurethane objects evoke utility yet exist only to be looked at by gallery visitors. “They’re a bit like will-o-the-wisps,” comments Peter Fischli – “there in visual terms but not corresponding in terms of touch. Phantoms.”

Pure surface, the polyurethane objects evoke utility yet exist only to be looked at by gallery visitors. “They’re a bit like will-o-the-wisps,” comments Peter Fischli – “there in visual terms but not corresponding in terms of touch. Phantoms.”

Pure surface, the polyurethane objects evoke utility yet exist only to be looked at by gallery visitors. “They’re a bit like will-o-the-wisps,” comments Peter Fischli – “there in visual terms but not corresponding in terms of touch. Phantoms.”

Pure surface, the polyurethane objects evoke utility yet exist only to be looked at by gallery visitors. “They’re a bit like will-o-the-wisps,” comments Peter Fischli – “there in visual terms but not corresponding in terms of touch. Phantoms.”

Pure surface, the polyurethane objects evoke utility yet exist only to be looked at by gallery visitors. “They’re a bit like will-o-the-wisps,” comments Peter Fischli – “there in visual terms but not corresponding in terms of touch. Phantoms.”
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From Jeremiah Johnson comes Dream Homes, a series of houses built from unopened credit card applications shown in this video and photos. Johnson states “The Dream Homes Project consists of 11 model reproductions of houses constructed from personalized unopened credit card applications that the artist collected for over 14 years. The series was conceived and constructed during the debilitating housing crisis, which affected many American lives. Each home was modeled after the foreclosed homes in his own neighborhood.”

From Jeremiah Johnson comes Dream Homes, a series of houses built from unopened credit card applications shown in this video and photos. Johnson states “The Dream Homes Project consists of 11 model reproductions of houses constructed from personalized unopened credit card applications that the artist collected for over 14 years. The series was conceived and constructed during the debilitating housing crisis, which affected many American lives. Each home was modeled after the foreclosed homes in his own neighborhood.”

From Jeremiah Johnson comes Dream Homes, a series of houses built from unopened credit card applications shown in this video and photos. Johnson states “The Dream Homes Project consists of 11 model reproductions of houses constructed from personalized unopened credit card applications that the artist collected for over 14 years. The series was conceived and constructed during the debilitating housing crisis, which affected many American lives. Each home was modeled after the foreclosed homes in his own neighborhood.”
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Spencer Finch’s Clouds
Spencer Finch’s Clouds
Spencer Finch’s Clouds
Spencer Finch’s Clouds
Spencer Finch’s Clouds
Spencer Finch’s Clouds
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Anne Appleby
Anne Appleby
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The most confrontational garment EVER!
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Sigmar Polke, German, 1941–2010, Daphne (ΔΑΦΝΗ). 2004. Artist’s book, page: 16 5⁄16 x 11 7/16″ (41.5 x 29 cm), The Museum of Modern Art Library, New York © 2014 Estate of Sigmar Polke/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
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Nicholas Byrne Keyed E 2012 oil on linen 50 x 35 cm 20 x 14 ins
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David Shrigley
David Shrigley
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Untitled, B, Lucas Samaras, Graphite and incised lines on paper, 1966.
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PixCell-Deer#24 by Kohei Nawa via-ish blacid
PixCell-Deer#24 by Kohei Nawa via-ish blacid
PixCell-Deer#24 by Kohei Nawa via-ish blacid
PixCell-Deer#24 by Kohei Nawa via-ish blacid
PixCell-Deer#24 by Kohei Nawa via-ish blacid
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Alex Couwenberg
Alex Couwenberg
Alex Couwenberg
Alex Couwenberg
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Stéphane Joannes
Stéphane Joannes
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Tim Yankosky at Andrea Scwartz Gallery, tonight.