Painting of High school girls in Japan by Japanese artist Rin Nadashico
*JK in Japan stands for “JoshiKoosei”(女子高生）means High school girls .
Gabrielle Bakker is hands-down one of the most skilled painters working today. Formally trained at Yale University, Bakker has the ability to not just reference the great masters of the 19th and 20th Centuries, but also reinterpret their visions through her own unique filter of execution — all while hiding subliminal messages and symbols into each and every painting she creates.
The 12th Wellcome Image Awards were announced on 20 June 2012, recognising the creators of the most informative, striking and technically excellent images among recent acquisitions to Wellcome Images, as chosen by a panel of judges. For more information on how the winning images are chosen, view a video from the 2011 judging.
Moth fly (Psychodidae)
Intracranial recording for epilepsy
Xenopus laevis oocytes
Chicken embryo vascular system
Internationally acclaimed artist Subodh Gupta, living and working in New Delhi, India, takes the ready-made and converts it into sculpture. Using signature Indian stainless steel tiffin-tins and other utensils, Gupta creates monumental installations ranging from soldier’s heads and water buckets that are spilling over to eggs in their carton and a giant mushroom cloud (Line of Control) that was first exhibited at the Tate Triennial a few years back.