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Gallery

ed: Special announcement about a gallery in Brooklyn! This...



ed: Special announcement about a gallery in Brooklyn! This photograph is currently hanging at United Photo Industries Gallery. Press release follows: 

Anew: A Group Exhibition

December 6 - 30, 2012

Features nine photographers who unearth beauty in the seemingly irrelevant, everyday objects that most people disregard, revealing that unnoticed and banal items can sometimes be quite magical.

Guest Curated by Alison Zavos

Participating Artists: George Benson / François Delfosse / Jean Paul Gomez / Christopher Jonassen / Robert Kamand / Klaus Pichler / Barry Rosenthal / Wendy Van Santen/ Stephan Tillmans

Location:

United Photo Industries Gallery

111 Front Street, Suite 204

Brooklyn, NY 11201



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eatsleepdraw: “Rogues Gallery” print by Ben Sears 13 x 19...



eatsleepdraw:

“Rogues Gallery” print by Ben Sears

13 x 19 archival art print

Limited to 25

Buy one!



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SUBMISSION: Bromeliads organized neatly National Gallery of...



SUBMISSION:

Bromeliads organized neatly

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa



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accidentalformalist: Tony Tasset “While working as a gallery...



accidentalformalist:



Tony Tasset

“While working as a gallery assistant installing Minimalist sculpture in the homes of wealthy art collectors, Tony Tasset learned that when art enters the domestic sphere distinctions between art and decoration tend to collapse. Button Progression’s wall-mounted cubes, whose buttons increasingly subdivide the leather cushions, refer to Minimalism’s serial repetitions as equally as they summon high-end leather furniture.”



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Our vintage cardigan featured on the cover of...



Our vintage cardigan featured on the cover of ‘Gallery’ magazine.



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Our feather head-dress featured in the last...



Our feather head-dress featured in the last ‘Gallery’ magazine. 



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Cai Guo-Qiang sure did have a vision making this… The...



Cai Guo-Qiang sure did have a vision making this… The concept:

With few wolves scattered in the front gallery, all ninety-nine wolves run, gallop, and jump toward the far end of the exhibition hall, where a wall stands. The bravery of the wolves is met head on by the unyielding wall. As the leading wolves go down, many more follow with force and determination. As those in the front fall and pile up, those behind take up their positions.”

There are lots of other pieces - like a tiger hanging from the ceiling with a bunch of arrows in it… But I’m not going to post that up. I’ll let you discover his work yourself: http://www.caiguoqiang.com/



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Jonas Bergstrand has a brilliant portfolio with a fantastci...



Jonas Bergstrand has a brilliant portfolio with a fantastci variety of styles and applications of his work.

See the gallery here.



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Good logo design is tough stuff, and Allan Peters...



Good logo design is tough stuff, and Allan Peters ‘logos’ section on his portfolio is a gallery of things that hits a lot of strengths important in a logo mark. Some are better than others, and the ones that show a few variations are the most interesting in regards to seeing a bit behind the scenes of the process.

Take a look at the whole set here.



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