07.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Polina Tereshina

Paintings by artist Polina Tereshina. More images below.

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06.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Wayne Clough

A selection of paintings by London-based artist Wayne Clough. More images below.

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06.03.17 by Jeff

Psychedelic Looping Animations by Colin Macfadyen

I’d seen these insane animations pop up once in awhile on Tumblr and only found out recently that they were the work of Colin Macfadyen. I could watch these all day; my brain feels like it’s trying to catch up but never quite gets there. See lots more below!

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06.03.17 by Staff

“Infinity Box/ Error Cube” by Artist Zoe Pettijohn Schade

Painted observations of geometric forms created from a mirrored cube by artist Zoe Pettijohn Schade. Rather than reflecting mathematical perfection, the series explores a world of distortion and refraction. See more images from “Infinity Box/ Error Cube” below.

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06.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Nelio

A selection of murals by abstract artist Nelio. More images below.

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06.03.17 by Staff

“Retired Jerseys” by Artist Chris Bakay

A series of hanging sculptures made from cast UV-stable epoxy resin by artist Chris Bakay. Created in honour of his older brother, David, who passed away in 1996 — a time before iPhones and Instagram were around to provide an abundance of pictures and video to remember him by. What Chris has instead are some of David’s things, sunglasses and headphones, cherished and now immortalized through his work. See more images from “Retired Jerseys” below.

 

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05.03.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Winston Chmielinski

New work by artist Winston Chmielinski (previously featured here). See more images below or on display at Galerie Thomas Fuchs in Germany March 17 – April 28.

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03.03.17 by Staff

Banksy’s Latest Work: “Walled Off Hotel” in Bethlehem

Photos via Channel 4

Banksy’s latest art installation is a fully functional hotel where you can actually book a stay! Located in Bethlehem beside the cement barrier that separates Israel and Palestine, the Walled Off Hotel features things like the “worst view in the world” and barracks-style accommodations with complimentary earplugs and shared bathroom.

Of course, there’s also the option to stay in a guest room customized by the artist himself as well as other rooms outfitted by artists Sami Musa and Dominique Petrin (with more to follow). While a collection of notable contemporary Palenstinian artists will have their work on display in an additional gallery curated by historian and critic Ismal Duddera, the project is not aligned with any political movement. People from all sides of the conflict will be warmly welcomed and no fanaticism will be tolerated.

The hotel starts taking reservations March 11th and opens officially on March 20th. Click here for more information and check out more images below!

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