Park Hyung Jin is not a Korean photographer, these are hyper-realistic painting (oil on canvas) .
NYC based sculptor Ted Lawson creates figurative works based on the female form in a variety of materials. With titles such as ‘Entropy’ to describe a pair of stunningly sensual busts carved from wood, the artist also culls inspiration from science and abstract shapes. He is currently showing at NYC’s Emmanuel Fremin Gallery through May 19th. View more images of the work below.
March 14th, 2012: The Tate presents its inaugural opening show, a group exhibition of mixed works by artists and friends of curators, Marty Routledge & Christopher Loutfy. There Goes The Neighbourhood is an invitation to the creative community to take back ownership of the once-bohemian inner west suburb of Glebe.
The carefully considered selection of works in the show champions the variety of practices of the star line-up of Sydney-based contemporary fine artists.
From the street notoriety of internationally recognised artists, Numskull and Beastman, to the incredibly advanced galactic space monsters of 6-year old, Max Treffkorn, There Goes The Neighbourhood is an opportunity to christen the new gallery with an exciting collection of upcoming and established Sydney artists. Other work includes Robin Hearfield’s portrait photography of Glebe’s housing commission children, juxtaposed with the typographic delights of Luca Ionescu and Toko Design Studio. Also adding to the mix are Sydney curators and practicing artists, Joseph Allen Shea, Damian Aisotrope, Marty Routledge, Kyle Montgomery and Chris Loutfy.
‘There Goes The Neighbourhood’ Group Exhibition at The Tate (upstairs at the Toxteth).
Opening reception: Wednesday March 14th, 6-9pm.
Exhibition is open for four days only, Wednesday March 14th – Sunday March 19th, 2012
STREET ART CRITICISM by Spain based street artist Faif. He’s recently been taking some well pointed jabs at the art world, street art, and pop culture as a whole with his wonky works on the street. Lets hope he keeps it up and other graffiti artists/street artists follow his lead to never take what they do too serious.