Archives for posts tagged ‘fabric’

Sonia Delaunay

Sonia Delaunay From top to bottom: Blanket (1911), Solar Prism (1914), Electric Prisms (1914), Rhythm (1945) “A world of color would be ideal, where one could create emotions accordingly. We could live by impressions the way a blind man lives by touch. We could vivify or seduce, transmute or emote, the possibilities are endless. A world of color so fine and […]

Agostino Bonalumi

Agostino Bonalumi Work from his oeuvre. “Agostino Bonalumi (1935) created works, which are strongly determined by geometrical shapes. His attempt at breaking up these stiff shapesled him to a freedom of movement of the included objects. Monochrome works appeared, whose ridges and troughs are marked by wires attached on the back. The compact structures of the […]

Olaf Nicolai

Olaf Nicolai Work from his oeuvre. “Nicolai combines art with observations on markets and materialism, with memories and archive material, with relational aesthetics, and with scenes from everyday life. He creates artificial landscapes and urban scenes, augments consumer goods into gargantuan items, and works with distorted advertising art. Thus, familiar images are put in new […]

Nina Beier

Nina Beier Work from her exhibition at Standard (Oslo). “STANDARD (OSLO) is proud to announce its frst solo exhibition with Berlin-based artist Nina Beier. Entitled “Bleeding Clothes, Drowning Coins”, the exhibition is comprised of framed works and sculptures from her recent series, “Portrait Mode” and “The Demonstrators”. Making the claim that one must kill an […]

Stéphanie Baechler

Stéphanie Baechler Work from FABRIC Project. “Starting point for my project are formations, shapes and material combinations that result from the rather accidental than conscious every day actions of human life. I was inspired by curtains, fabric pleats, plastic bags, fabrics that happened to be spread on the floor, wrapped objects and creased blankets. The sheer […]

Erik Dalzen

Erik Dalzen Work from Some Things. Dalzen has work from Some Things in a show at Guild Gallery II in NYC opening Thursday (6:00 – 7:30 @ 119 9th Avenue / NYC). “Photography often features the usage of an illusionary background creating a setting devoid of planar divisions manifest by a seamless background or skype. Comparable […]

Serry Park

Serry Park Work from XO. “I cannot open the window, nor watch the clock in my room. The only thing I can do now is to see the daylight from the windows, touch [the] fabric and fall asleep. I and the room, we both could take a rest. Only light and time flow in this […]