Eva and Franco Mattes, Darko Maver (1998)
Installation view, Pre-Owned:Looks Good Man, curated by Morgan Quaintance at Cell Project Space, London
Prelude to Rafael Rozendaal’s Postmasters show Opening November 30!
Believe me - it looks amazing in person!
Want to see the debut of Rafaël Rozendaal’s lenticular painting Into Time 13 08 13 in person? The Paddles ON! gallery exhibition opens today at Phillips and runs through October 12th at 450 Park Avenue, NYC (map).
Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 12pm - 6pm
Here is one of Rafaël Rozendaal's lenticular paintings - the image is derived from an algorithm. You have to see it with your own eyes. There is a surprise for you in store when you view these lenticulars in person. You will have a change during the artists' solo exhibiton at Postmasters new location in Tribeca in November, but also from Oct 10, on the occasion of the first ever digital art auction at Phillips Auction House (UES location) in collaboration with TUMBLR and Paddle 8.
Into Time 13 08 13
lenticular painting, unique
64 x 48 inches
courtesy of the artist and Postmasters Gallery
more on the auction in the Wall Street Journal: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304713704579091192929676208.html?mod=WSJ_NY_MIDDLETopStories
Contemporary artists interpreting peace
films4peace is a short film commission by PUMA bringing millions of people from around the world together at screenings and online in celebration of World Peace Day, September 21st.
As an extension to our recent blog post on Anthony’s work, he’s sent us this video where he looks in more depth as his thinking behind his new work commissioned by films4peace for 2013.
ADAM CVIJANOVIC at the Moscow Bienniale which opens TODAY!
This is just a part of the monumental piece situated right at the entrance of the exhibition, totaling over 8 meters in width…that is 26 feet.
Don’t forget: Saturday, September 21, 10AM-8 PM
EVA and FRANCO MATTES (a.k.a. 0100101110101101.ORG)
keynote speakers at PRATT hosted festival Phatt-B THE ART OF TECHNOLOGY TERMINAL, BKLN
PHATT B will include a series of panel discussions with artists, curators, and writers working in new media and digital arts, workshops on art and technology, and an exhibition of work from eight contemporary Brooklyn digital art galleries. All programming is underscored with the idea that technology is used as a fine arts medium for personal expression. Sponsored by Art F City.
Workshops and Panels led by Pratt faculty 10-5 PM
Keynote by Eva and Franco Mattes from 5-6 PM
Gallery Reception from 6-8 PM
Pratt Institute’s Myrtle Hall
215 Willoughby Avenue, back lot
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Eva and Franco Mattes were born in Italy in 1976. Neither of them received an art education, and since meeting in Madrid in 1994, they have never separated. Operating under the pseudonym 0100101110101101.org, they are counted among the second wave of the Internet artists, after Net.art, and are renowned for their subversion of public media. They are based in Brooklyn, N.Y., but also travel frequently throughout Europe and the United States.
Fuck It List
graphite, colored pencil, and watercolor on paper.
20.25 x 16.25 inches
Courtesy of my friend Sarah Smizz (@smizz) who I made this drawing for.
Steve Mumford went to Guantanamo, Cuba two times in 2013 (Feb and May) to draw en plain air.
Here is a sneak peak into his 40+ drawings he made while there.
The series will soon be published by Harper’s Magazine (as were his works from previous trips to Iraq and Afghanistan) and then some will be on view at a large museum exhibition in 2014 (updates on that also soon)
"Camp X-Ray, 2-6-13"
ink and watercolor on paper
Installation by Tamas Banovich.
Cardinal Rule: Beware of False Friends
acrylic on canvas
89 x 111 inches