Archives for posts tagged ‘marble’

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly Work from “Hair Care” at Jonathan Viner, London. “Whoever thought that Samson’s power would be in his hair? Not Delilah, or anyone else for that matter. A magnificent Biblical warrior, with superhuman powers, Samson tore a lion limb from limb with his bare hands with the help of his magical hair, but […]

James Bouché

James Bouché Work from Not Yet In Ruin “Throughout history, man has erected monuments to stand as physical manifestations of memories and ideals. They are constructed with the notion that so long as they stand, what they represent will not be forgotten. This work studies the formal structure and ominous presence these objects and spaces have […]

Marius Engh

Marius Engh Work from his oeuvre. “A carpet turned painting, turned envelope, turned drawing, turned curtain. A monument turned subway station, turned photography. A throne turned drain, turned crooked mirror. This is Marius Engh’s fourth solo exhibition at STANDARD (OSLO). Other recent solo exhibitions include “My Target Is Your Eyes” at Galleria Gentili, Prato,”An Aggregation […]

Maiko Gubler

Maiko Gubler Work from her Still Life With Marble. “‘Still Life with Marble’ investigates matter and materiality by juxtaposing digitally sculpted imagery. The series explores current image-making techniques versus traditional crafting methods, questions photo-‘realism’ and the value of physical objects.” – Maiko Gubler

Marie Lund

Marie Lund WOrk from her oeuvre. “A shoehorn sits between a shoe and a hand. A compact disc plated with gold, a door handle, a light bulb, a clothes hanger. Two part words. Stones stand as geological specimens – extracts from a vast landscape, but up close they are their own vast landscapes, entire mountains. […]

Affiliati Peducci / Savini

Affiliati Peducci / Savini Work from their oeuvre. Their exhibition is on until the end of the month at Galleria Rubin in Milan. I find it appropriate to include the press release from their current exhibition, translated via google translate as it mirrors translations of classical sculptures in their works. Ironically, many of these busts […]