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a sentiment of mystery, curiosity and nostalgia thematically runs through the ‘ghost photographs’ by american artist angela deane. working with collected images, which the artist says, ‘have a history unknown to me and speak of another’s memory, removed in both time and space’, she subtracts the people captured with the vintage finds by covering them in white paint and illustrating two black circles where their eyes would be. the new portraits liken themselves to the familiar visual of a ghost, cloaked in opaque material and masked behind the guise of the fabric ‘in this way, a private and specific experience becomes an open and shared one through the material addition of paint on photograph’, she describes. deane explores the beautiful, painful and sometimes puzzling human condition of memory — where these reflections stem come from and what can be learned from their everlasting recollection.

Via designboom.

a sentiment of mystery, curiosity and nostalgia thematically runs through the ‘ghost photographs’ by american artist angela deane. working with collected images, which the artist says, ‘have a history unknown to me and speak of another’s memory, removed in both time and space’, she subtracts the people captured with the vintage finds by covering them in white paint and illustrating two black circles where their eyes would be. the new portraits liken themselves to the familiar visual of a ghost, cloaked in opaque material and masked behind the guise of the fabric ‘in this way, a private and specific experience becomes an open and shared one through the material addition of paint on photograph’, she describes. deane explores the beautiful, painful and sometimes puzzling human condition of memory — where these reflections stem come from and what can be learned from their everlasting recollection.

Via designboom.

a sentiment of mystery, curiosity and nostalgia thematically runs through the ‘ghost photographs’ by american artist angela deane. working with collected images, which the artist says, ‘have a history unknown to me and speak of another’s memory, removed in both time and space’, she subtracts the people captured with the vintage finds by covering them in white paint and illustrating two black circles where their eyes would be. the new portraits liken themselves to the familiar visual of a ghost, cloaked in opaque material and masked behind the guise of the fabric ‘in this way, a private and specific experience becomes an open and shared one through the material addition of paint on photograph’, she describes. deane explores the beautiful, painful and sometimes puzzling human condition of memory — where these reflections stem come from and what can be learned from their everlasting recollection.

Via designboom.

a sentiment of mystery, curiosity and nostalgia thematically runs through the ‘ghost photographs’ by american artist angela deane. working with collected images, which the artist says, ‘have a history unknown to me and speak of another’s memory, removed in both time and space’, she subtracts the people captured with the vintage finds by covering them in white paint and illustrating two black circles where their eyes would be. the new portraits liken themselves to the familiar visual of a ghost, cloaked in opaque material and masked behind the guise of the fabric ‘in this way, a private and specific experience becomes an open and shared one through the material addition of paint on photograph’, she describes. deane explores the beautiful, painful and sometimes puzzling human condition of memory — where these reflections stem come from and what can be learned from their everlasting recollection.

Via designboom.

a sentiment of mystery, curiosity and nostalgia thematically runs through the ‘ghost photographs’ by american artist angela deane. working with collected images, which the artist says, ‘have a history unknown to me and speak of another’s memory, removed in both time and space’, she subtracts the people captured with the vintage finds by covering them in white paint and illustrating two black circles where their eyes would be. the new portraits liken themselves to the familiar visual of a ghost, cloaked in opaque material and masked behind the guise of the fabric ‘in this way, a private and specific experience becomes an open and shared one through the material addition of paint on photograph’, she describes. deane explores the beautiful, painful and sometimes puzzling human condition of memory — where these reflections stem come from and what can be learned from their everlasting recollection.

Via designboom.
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JOHN WATERS, Haunted, C-print, 40 x 52.1 cm, edition of 5, 2006.
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Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
Toby Fraley’s The Secret Life of Robots
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John Waters, Study Art Sign (For Prestige or Spite), acrylic urethane on wood and aluminum, 142.2 × 106.7 × 11.4 cm, edition of 5, 2007.
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Very Good Plus (VG+), John Kilduff @ Steven Wolf Fine Arts on the occasion of A Record is a Record (A Superior Viaduct Pop-Up Shop) - Record swap co-sponsored by Stranded Music (Oakland) and Explorist International (San Francisco).
Side note: Plein Air Bicycle Painting!
Very Good Plus (VG+), John Kilduff @ Steven Wolf Fine Arts on the occasion of A Record is a Record (A Superior Viaduct Pop-Up Shop) - Record swap co-sponsored by Stranded Music (Oakland) and Explorist International (San Francisco).
Side note: Plein Air Bicycle Painting!
Very Good Plus (VG+), John Kilduff @ Steven Wolf Fine Arts on the occasion of A Record is a Record (A Superior Viaduct Pop-Up Shop) - Record swap co-sponsored by Stranded Music (Oakland) and Explorist International (San Francisco).
Side note: Plein Air Bicycle Painting!
Very Good Plus (VG+), John Kilduff @ Steven Wolf Fine Arts on the occasion of A Record is a Record (A Superior Viaduct Pop-Up Shop) - Record swap co-sponsored by Stranded Music (Oakland) and Explorist International (San Francisco).
Side note: Plein Air Bicycle Painting!
Very Good Plus (VG+), John Kilduff @ Steven Wolf Fine Arts on the occasion of A Record is a Record (A Superior Viaduct Pop-Up Shop) - Record swap co-sponsored by Stranded Music (Oakland) and Explorist International (San Francisco).
Side note: Plein Air Bicycle Painting!
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A waterfall installation built out of 10,000 recycled toilets, sinks, and urinals, covering a 100 meter long and 5 meter high wall. The public art piece was created by artist Shu Yong, who spent two months creating this piece. Originally designed for the Foshan Pottery and Porcelain Festival, a porcelain product tradeshow, the piece is now installed as a permanent piece of public art. Via-ish confessionsofamichaelstipe via-ish cruiseorbecruised.
A waterfall installation built out of 10,000 recycled toilets, sinks, and urinals, covering a 100 meter long and 5 meter high wall. The public art piece was created by artist Shu Yong, who spent two months creating this piece. Originally designed for the Foshan Pottery and Porcelain Festival, a porcelain product tradeshow, the piece is now installed as a permanent piece of public art. Via-ish confessionsofamichaelstipe via-ish cruiseorbecruised.
A waterfall installation built out of 10,000 recycled toilets, sinks, and urinals, covering a 100 meter long and 5 meter high wall. The public art piece was created by artist Shu Yong, who spent two months creating this piece. Originally designed for the Foshan Pottery and Porcelain Festival, a porcelain product tradeshow, the piece is now installed as a permanent piece of public art. Via-ish confessionsofamichaelstipe via-ish cruiseorbecruised.
A waterfall installation built out of 10,000 recycled toilets, sinks, and urinals, covering a 100 meter long and 5 meter high wall. The public art piece was created by artist Shu Yong, who spent two months creating this piece. Originally designed for the Foshan Pottery and Porcelain Festival, a porcelain product tradeshow, the piece is now installed as a permanent piece of public art. Via-ish confessionsofamichaelstipe via-ish cruiseorbecruised.
A waterfall installation built out of 10,000 recycled toilets, sinks, and urinals, covering a 100 meter long and 5 meter high wall. The public art piece was created by artist Shu Yong, who spent two months creating this piece. Originally designed for the Foshan Pottery and Porcelain Festival, a porcelain product tradeshow, the piece is now installed as a permanent piece of public art. Via-ish confessionsofamichaelstipe via-ish cruiseorbecruised.
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Anne Neukamp at Oldenburger Kunstverein via Contemporary Art Daily.
Anne Neukamp at Oldenburger Kunstverein via Contemporary Art Daily.
Anne Neukamp at Oldenburger Kunstverein via Contemporary Art Daily.
Anne Neukamp at Oldenburger Kunstverein via Contemporary Art Daily.
Anne Neukamp at Oldenburger Kunstverein via Contemporary Art Daily.
Anne Neukamp at Oldenburger Kunstverein via Contemporary Art Daily.
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Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable. - Cesar Cruz (via Lisa Congdon’s Days of Hand Lettering: Day 171) 
I prefer not to “should” on art.
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Not usually a fan of this sort of thing, but I was totally captivated by this 60s Cityscape by Robert Sperry spotted in a vintage store, Assemblage’, during a recent trip to Seattle.
Not usually a fan of this sort of thing, but I was totally captivated by this 60s Cityscape by Robert Sperry spotted in a vintage store, Assemblage’, during a recent trip to Seattle.
Lazy Curator Random Exhibition Title Generator.