Archives for posts tagged ‘commercialism’

Yevgeniy Fiks

Yevgeniy Fiks Work from the piece Lenin For Your Library? I saw a show the Fiks was a part of at the Art Laboratory Berlin recently and there was a fantastic piece which I could not find on the internet. Opposite the wall of letters from various corporate libraries was the piece described below (by […]

David A. Parker

I saw David A. Parker‘s photographs in a show a couple of years back and have continued to be intrigued by his “Escape Strategies” series.  I also like the “Circular Reasoning” series:

Packard Jennings

Packard Jennings amuses me. He has collaborated with Steve Lambert and his work was also included in the Shopdropping exhibition from the previous post.  Here’s some pages from a “Welcome to Geneva” pamphlet produced to put in random public locations in Geneva, Switzerland: Packard manufactured a Mussolini Action Figure, which he shopdropped at Wal-Mart, and then […]

Steve Lambert

Steve Lambert‘s Add-Art plugin for Firefox replaces Ad’s in your web browser with curated art images. The images are updated every two weeks and features young contemporary artists and curators. I came across his work for the first time with the Shopdropping exhibition curated by Pond Gallery in San Francisco. He also has great drawings […]

Carin Mincemoyer

Carin Mincemoyer Hilariously critical work about manufactured/consumerist landscapes.

Zoë Sheehan Saldaña

Zoë Sheehan Saldaña Strike Anywhere, and work from Shopdropping.