The Vorticists

Posted by Fabio 29 May 2011

The Vorticists Manifesto for a Modern World

14 June – 4 September 2011

Tate Britain
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG

Landon Metz

Posted by Fabio 28 May 2011

New York based artist Landon Metz has recently updated his website with new works. Shown here is Untitled from 2011, Alkyd enamel and latex enamel on canvas, 62 x 41 inches. If you are around Mexico City the 27 August 2011, Metz will be showing at Preteen Gallery.

Content is Queen

Posted by Fabio 25 May 2011

“Content is Queen” by Sergio Albiac, is a video art series of generative portraits that reflects on the foundations of democracy against the resilient nature of structures of power. At the same time, is a paradoxical dialogue and strange marriage between the banal and the utterly majestic: to create the series, the most popular (in a truly democratic sense) internet videos of a given moment are used as the input of a generative process that “paints” with action the portrait of the Queen.

Ugo Rondinone

Posted by Fabio 25 May 2011

Ugo Rondinone (b. 1963 Brunnen, Switzerland) New-York based, mixed-media artist whose works explore themes of fantasy and desire. Many of his pieces coax the viewer into a meditative state like the blurred, brightly-colored, concentric rings of his target-shaped paintings; or his strictly black and white landscapes of gnarled trees that seem to bristle with energy.
Ugo Rondinone

I Wayan Sudarsana Yansen

Posted by Fabio 24 May 2011

Oil paintings by Bali based artist I Wayan Sudarsana Yansen. read more


Posted by Fabio 23 May 2011

Described by Richard Dorment (The Daily Telegragh) as a ‘remarkable young painter’ Henry Hudson is rebellious in his treatment of traditional forms. His medium has predominantly been plasticine; in preparation he melts it over a heater turning it into a gloop which he can manipulate with his fingers as if it were oil paint.

Jan Freuchen

Posted by Fabio 23 May 2011

Norwegian artist Jan Freuchen (1979) lives and works in Oslo and Berlin. Shown here is “F.A.Q.” from 2010, 95 x 80 cm C-print, mounted on aluminum.

Ronit Baranga

Posted by Fabio 21 May 2011

Clay sculpture featuring human hands and cotton thread by Israeli artist, Ronit Baranga.