13.03.17 by Staff

Jennifer Bolande’s Perfectly Aligned Billboards Disappear into the Landscape

Artist Jennifer Bolande uses billboards to advertise the very thing they so often distract us from. Set up between the Gene Autry Trail and Vista Chino in California, the installation not only draws drivers’ attention back to the natural landscape, in some instances the photos line up seamlessly with the real-life background. See more images from “Visible Distance / Second Sight” below or on display as part of Desert X until April 30.

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10.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: David Catá

Surreal paintings by artist David Catá. See more images below.

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10.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Fumiha Tanaka


A charming series of paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Fumiha Tanaka. See more images (and words) from “Of Forest…” below.

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10.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: David Booth aka Ghostpatrol

Recent work by Tasmania-born, Australia-based artist David Booth (aka Ghostpatrol). Click here for previous posts. See more images from “Matisse Fan Club” and his latest show “Drift Time,” which was on display at Hugo Michell Gallery just last month.

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09.03.17 by Staff

“Build From Memory” by Artist Augustine Kofie

A new series of painting and collage work by Los Angeles-based artist Augustine Kofie (previously featured here). See more images from “Build From Memory” below or on display at Galerie Openspace in Paris until April 1.

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09.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Emilio Villalba

A selection of paintings by artist Emilio Villalba, recently on display at Cordesa Fine Art gallery in Los Angeles. See more images from “Lost Thoughts & Days Ahead” below.

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09.03.17 by Staff

Guy Photobombs Movie Posters of Best Picture Nominees

Artist and comedian Guy Madjar uses photoshop to include himself in all the films nominated for Best Picture this year. See more subtly (and not-so-subtly) altered movie posters below!

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08.03.17 by Staff

“New Kid” by Artist Cobi Moules

Artist Cobi Moules re-creates NKOTB posters and trading cards, inserting himself into the group. As a transgender man, the project is both a nostalgic reclamation of Moules’ childhood obsession and a playful meditation on the desires of his youth. See more images from “New Kid” below!

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