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Stéphane Thidet — Installations.

          Stephane Thidet, Paris, 1974.           Fragments from a lost past…A re-creation.                   No title, 2010 ‘( Je crois qu’il y avait une maison, … Continue reading

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Vincent MAUGER – Installations, dessins.

        Vincent Mauger, France 1976. Click on “Dossier presse-Press Release” on the site, you will find much more of the artist’s work in pdf.               No title, digital drawing in a … Continue reading

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Tara Donovan Stunners at Two Chelsea Pace Galleries in NYC.

          Tara Donovan, New York, 1969.           You certainly remember her styrofoam papercups:     Untitled, 2003.               In this new , huge installation, she also … 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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Nnenna Okore, a Nigerian tactile artist.

            Nnenna Okore, Nigeria, from the exhibition Ulukububa (Infinite Flow). From the pages: ” (her) art is inspired by the use of found objects, and by close attention to natural textures and forms. Using basic … Continue reading

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ImageShack&174; – Online Photo and Video Hosting

http://img818.imageshack.us/i/grimejameyviafrannyyscr.jpg/ Jamey Grimes. The artist has a site of the same name, but SU keeps rejecting the link. Thank you, Frannyy, again!

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FromKeetra – //////////////////////// ANONYMOUS HUGGING///////

http://www.fromkeetra.com/posts.php?post=055 Family visits will be keeping me very busy for the next two months. Happy summer / winter to all of you passing by. I’ll leave you with this playful installation by Keetra Dean Dixon; want a big hug?! ‘Anonymous … Continue reading

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Baronian Francey | Art Gallery | Brussels, Belgium | Artists | Helmut Stallaerts

http://www.baronianfrancey.com/artists/108-helmut-stallaerts Your guests are waiting! Helmut Stallaerts (Brussels 1982, lives and works in Lennik, Belgium) ’02/12/26 details’

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http://www.galerie-lelong.com/newyork/fr_newyork.htm Jaume Plensa (Barcelona 1955-).’ In the Midst of Dreams’, 2009. Polyester resin, fiberglass, stainless steel, marble pebbles, light. This group is far more spectacular on the artist’s site: here.

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AirToobs reviews – StumbleUpon

http://airtoob.stumbleupon.com/reviews/70/ Brian “AirToob” (see post below) is also fond of flight simulation. This image he posted and I shamelessly snaffled made me think he’d like going to the stars “where no one has gone before” ! ‘Gleaming Lights of Souls’, … Continue reading

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Installation Work

http://www.anneardenmcdonald.com/noflash/installations/index.html There is a rare quality in these installations: a poetic imagination. Anne Arden McDonald (US I think) plays with shadows and light (she is also a photographer; this might explain that). She uses photographic paper,chemicals (bleach, glue…), all kinds … Continue reading

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Andy Goldsworthy Digital Catalogue: 1978_023

http://www.goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk/image?id=ag_00703&t=1 A systematic artist, somewhat unusual. Andy Goldsworthy, ‘Broken stones scratched white Morecambe Bay,Lancashire January 1978’. The artist creates ephemeral outdoor sculptures or installations and record them on photographs. From the site: “The resulting photographs have an indexical relationship to … Continue reading

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http://www.artfacmetz.com/photos/l3_moi_je_te_vois/thomas.html This is a student work (Metz art faculty, France). The proposed theme was:’Moi, je te vois’ (I am seeing you). Fanny Thomas transformed the famous painting of the Arnolfini couple (Van Eyck) into a kind of timeless peep-show. After … Continue reading

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http://www.michaeldelucia.com/fencemops.html Since the provocative Marcel Duchamp’s ‘Fontaine’ (fountain,1917), contemporary artists have been playing with ready-made objects more or less successfully; if the shifting significations’ game is strongly linked to a sense of humour, it might work I think ( but … Continue reading

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Jane Fulton Alt

http://janefultonalt.blogspot.com/ A photographer I like for her use of light. Jane Fulton Alt, ‘Pool’ image, printed on 4 layers of fabric and floating in the wind. It gives a dreamy quality to her art. See other images of hers here … Continue reading

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http://www9.georgetown.edu/faculty/irvinem/visualarts/museums/Bilbao-Guggenheim-Serra.jpg I am struck by this harmonious alliance of the white museum’s curves and the rusting steel ones . Richard Serra in the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum. This museum is the work of Frank Gehry ( Toronto,1929-). Superb, and in industrial … Continue reading

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Michel de Broin – Black Whole

http://www.micheldebroin.org/projects/bw/index.html Somebody with a sense of humour! ‘Black Whole Conference’ 2006, Michel de Broin (Montreal 1970). The author used 72 chairs for this installation. I like the comment:”The reorganization of matter derives from a `big bang’ where the ancient order … Continue reading

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Chris Natrop :: Artist

http://www.chrisnatrop.com/ Attractive play of light and shadow in this papercuts’installation .Chris Natrop. ‘And further the dewdrop falls’, 2008.

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http://www.eyeconart.net/history/sculpture.htm I am not convinced about Christo’s art: it seems like a repetitive trick ; but this photograph of “Running Fence” is rather interesting – for the amateur, postcards and posters of his creations are exposed near Piazza San Marco … Continue reading

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