Review of Jacob Hashimoto: The Other Sun at Ronchini Gallery
13/07/12 Jacob Hashimoto: The Other Sun Ronchini Gallery 29 June – 28 August 2012 If you’re ever one to wander around with a feeli...
Ordinary objects, extraordinary art
I&M Staff WRiter (August 4 , 2011) Within the walls of Kathleen Knight’s Gallery at Four India are pieces that represent a journey that has essentially come full circle for artist Tom Deininger, who tried just about every style of painting imaginable before finding his niche: found object three-dimensional collages like the ones that surround the room of the second-floor gallery. This unique medium started, more or less, on Nantucket, according to the artist, after a
Optical Illusion Structures
Reframe Art Installation - The Reframe art installation is the collaborative creation of Dutch architecture and design studio Paul Scales and French architecture firm, Atelie...
Lab Partners » Show at Super7 this Friday
San Francisco print, Lab Partners. (Assignment: Distorted perspective from photograph and/or actual place.)
arkitekcher: “ E3 West - E3 East | Mario Cucinella Architects Location: Porta Nuova di Milano > Render: MIR ”
curated contemporary art /// Search Results /// green paint
"It’s truly amazing what Korean artist Kyung Woo Han has done with some old furniture, an empty room, the most lovely shade of green paint, and just a touch of optical illusion"
The light installation was created by Luftwerk, a Chicago-based collaborative. It is currently on view at the Chicago Cultural Center through January 5, 2014.
Squaring the Circle by Troika – MOCO Vote
“Constructed from steel and wrapped in a dense black flock flannel that absorbs light, ‘Squaring the Circle’ challenges the viewers sensibilities: on entering the room they see a black circular sculpture, but in the huge mirror opposite their â€˜impossible reflectionâ€™ reveals them viewing a black square. ‘Squaring the Circle’ argues that if every method of inquiry reveals a particular facet of the truth or the nature of reality; their seemingly antithetical forms should find…