hifructosemag:

We visited Philadelphia-based artist Nosego in his studio as he finishes up a new series of paintings for his upcoming show at Thinkspace, “Open Channels.” Nosego says that the fantastical creatures in his paintings represent the idea of inner strength. See more on Hi-Fructose. 

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beautiful-minerals:

Azurite and malachite

beautiful-minerals:

Azurite and malachite

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adriacolorado:

ADRIA COLORADO
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glittertomb:

Pip & Pop

glittertomb:

Pip & Pop

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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Reificazione #7, oil on canvas, 2014.Artist: Dario MaglionicoTumblr: http://dariomaglionico.tumblr.com/

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

Reificazione #7, oil on canvas, 2014.

Artist: Dario Maglionico
Tumblr: http://dariomaglionico.tumblr.com/

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sfmoma:





SubmissionFriday:
Alan Sastre



BT (Presence and Corner), 2011. Acrylic and oil on canvas. 150 x 150 cm
www.alansastre.com

sfmoma:

Alan Sastre

BT (Presence and Corner), 2011. Acrylic and oil on canvas. 150 x 150 cm

www.alansastre.com

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artruby:

Jon Rafman at Zach Feuer

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vauxvintage:

Michael Johanson , installation artist , a well stacked kitchen

vauxvintage:

Michael Johanson , installation artist , a well stacked kitchen

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visualnoiseart:

Vestibule installation by Crystal Wagner
plastic table cloth, chicken wire, balloon mylar, 2014

Vestibule is a conduit made with everyday materials.  It is space somewhere between the plastic and artificial environment of our everyday experiences with man-made materials, consumerism and technology and the exotic landscapes that occupy the surface of our earth. It explores ideas related to human beings and the increasingly severe divide between themselves and the natural world by growing, as if it were a life form, through the gallery. The exoticization of nature and all things, non-human, make forms that were once familiar, more foreign.  While this dissonance continues to escalate, making more and more of our natural world seem alien to us, there is a strange familiarity and attraction to the forms that people categorize as exotic and even in our attempt to keep the outside, out, plastic plants occupy small corners of peoples homes. Currently on view at the Ann Wright Wilson Gallery, Georgetown College, KY until March 17th, 2014.​
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