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THOMAS LEROOY . Sculptures: classical, heroïc statues revisited.

        Thomas Lerooy, 1981, Belgium.           ‘Controversy’, bronze, 2011.     From the pages: “The heroic pose of each statue stands in stark contrast to the bizarre attributes they are laden with. Evidently, … Continue reading

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Nelly Agassi, installation.

        Nelly Agassi (Israel 1973).  She studied in London and lives in Tell Aviv.  ‘I am the one’ she claims on her site’s front page…             A Hemispher in her Hair (Baudelaire, … Continue reading

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Jean-Pierre Hebert, a pioneer of computer drawings.

            Jean-Pierre Hebert, France 1939, lives in California.           ‘Fractured Landscape’. Pen and acrylic ink on paper, 2004.               ‘Laque Noire’ Pen and ink on … Continue reading

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Golden Well : Fine Art : Transient Light

http://www.transientlight.co.uk/photo.php?id=278&gallery=fineart Ian Cameron, ‘Golden Well’. From the page: ” I found a number of these little golden wells at the base of a waterfall in Kinlochourn. Where the water had filled them they were almost irridescent but around the edges … Continue reading

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Takesada Matsutani | ARTIST | COHJU contemporary art

http://www.cohju.co.jp/en/artist/matsutani.html Takesada Matsutani (Osaka 1937, lives in Paris) creates 3D works on canvas, using pencil, very dark watercolour pigments, japanese paper and vinyl glue. A mysterious sensuality emerges from that deep black . ‘Germination’, 1990.

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Pol Bury: Rods on Round Background (1981.167) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ho/11/euwl/ho_1981.167.htm Pol Bury ( Belgium 1922-),a piece of kinetic art. From the page: “This work is a wall sculpture, consisting of a textured wooden circle with protruding bunches of grass- or hairlike tendrils that are powered by a hidden motor. … Continue reading

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