venerdì 31 agosto 2012

Barry McGee - "Retrospective at Berkeley Art Museum"

His first major Bay Area solo exhibition since the 1990s, Barry McGee’s mid-career retrospective opened last night at the University of California’s Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. The spiraling structure of the BAM allowed for McGee to reconstruct many of his acclaimed past installations — such as his site-specifc mural at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, which was stolen after its completion, among many others — and leave room for plenty of new surprises. As much an homage to graffiti and street culture as it is a look at McGee’s career so far, the exhibit features many installations with automated dummies caught in the act of doing graffiti, a tribute to McGee’s late wife Margaret Kilgallen and assemblages created by friends and community members.

giovedì 30 agosto 2012

Kyle Stecker

Kyle Stecker is located in Brooklyn, New York recognized by the Society of Illustrators NY and American Illustration. Client list includes: Time Out Chicago, The Dallas Observer, Mountain Biking UK, Dirtrag, Bicycle Times, Backpacker Magazine, Groundswell Productions.

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martedì 28 agosto 2012

Chris Timms - "Zooms From Nowhere"

Zooms From Nowhere (Ecology Visions v~0.1) by Chris Timms is part of an ongoing engagement exploring experiential relationships with virtual content streams. Specifically live data and image feeds which accumulate beyond individual narratives into ambient meta-streams. This generation of a visual ambience 'points us to the here and now, in a compelling way that goes beyond explicit content. This going beyond the explicit is the liminal stage of restructuring ones framework of orientation. As ambience blurs the definition between background and foreground, of the explicit here and now as opposed to what is not here and now, it provokes a spatial sense of nowhere and everywhere at the same time.

(Recommended full screen)

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lunedì 27 agosto 2012

Alexis Persani - "Street Stone"

In the project titled Street Stone, graphic designer Alexis Persani photoshopped modern-day street clothes and accessories to photos of male statues found at the Louvre, all shot by Leo Caillard.

giovedì 23 agosto 2012

Yukari Terakado

"Yukari Terakado is an illustrator, born in Japan. Offers artworks for CD covers and magazines basing on fashion graphics."

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domenica 19 agosto 2012

Max Capacity

Santa Cruz-based Max Capacity is a digital artist whose frenetic GIFs and images are steeped in 80s and 90s pop culture. He creates his images with the help of old VHS tapes, video equipment, and gaming consoles. Max Capacity is incredibly prolific, often posting multiple images a day to his Tumblr.

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lunedì 6 agosto 2012

Jean-Paul Bourdier

About: "Jean Paul Bourdier is the author of Bodyscapes (introduction and dvd by Trinh T. Minh-ha), co-author with Trinh Minh-ha of Vernacular Architecture of West Africa, Habiter un monde, African Spaces and Drawn from African Dwellings. Production designer of seven films and co-director of two films directed by Trinh T. Minh-ha. Paintings and photographs of ephemeral sculptures and land art are widely exhibited nationally, winning over fifteen national and international competitons. Awards include Guggenheim, American Council of Learned Societies, NEA, Graham, UC President's Humanities, and Getty. Professor of design, drawing and photography in the department of architecture at UC Berkeley."

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giovedì 2 agosto 2012

Jason Levesque (Stuntkid)

About: "Jason Levesque, known better by the online moniker "Stuntkid", is a self taught artist living in Norfolk, VA. His work borrows from his fascination with biology and the earth sciences. Stuntkid's illustrations have been commissioned for use in magazines and periodicals worldwide, from playstation magazine to german latex fetish magazines."

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