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Peek Inside Adam Stennett’s Self-Sustaining Studio Shack at artMRKT Hamptons

Peek Inside Adam Stennett’s Self-Sustaining Studio Shack at artMRKT Hamptons

Omer Tiroche Marks Gallery Rebrand with Rarely Seen Picassos | #Art via @blouinart

Omer Tiroche Marks Gallery Rebrand with Rarely Seen Picassos | #Art via @blouinart

Curator Gianni Jetzer on Leaving the Swiss Institute to Go Freelance

Curator Gianni Jetzer on Leaving the Swiss Institute to Go Freelance

Framing Emotional Geographies Through a Car’s Lens

Framing Emotional Geographies Through a Car’s Lens

Musee D'Orsay Curator Tackles the Ultimate Taboo: Academic Art #MuseeDOrsay #ArtNews #VisualArts

Musee D'Orsay Curator Tackles the Ultimate Taboo: Academic Art #MuseeDOrsay #ArtNews #VisualArts

This would be my motorcycle#Knit Motorcycle Cozy sculpture by Trixieandmilo @Etsy #Etsy

This would be my motorcycle#Knit Motorcycle Cozy sculpture by Trixieandmilo @Etsy #Etsy

“pencil vs camera” by BenHeine  Score: 68/100    ARTINFO: Part-mechanical reproduction, part-handmade drawing, BenHeine accomplishes a deft reversal through his DIY augmented reality, turning an obstructed view into a transformative vision. The conceit shares a bit of the inventive humor of South African artist Robin Rhode’s deft urban interventions.

“pencil vs camera” by BenHeine Score: 68/100 ARTINFO: Part-mechanical reproduction, part-handmade drawing, BenHeine accomplishes a deft reversal through his DIY augmented reality, turning an obstructed view into a transformative vision. The conceit shares a bit of the inventive humor of South African artist Robin Rhode’s deft urban interventions.

“Fleur d’Apo” by mynameishalo  Score: 54/100    ARTINFO: Taking off from Op Art, this piece plays with geometric repetition, spinning a web of iridescent shapes from just a few initial patterns. It’s a three-dimensional mathematical rendering that turns into something like an organic flower.

“Fleur d’Apo” by mynameishalo Score: 54/100 ARTINFO: Taking off from Op Art, this piece plays with geometric repetition, spinning a web of iridescent shapes from just a few initial patterns. It’s a three-dimensional mathematical rendering that turns into something like an organic flower.

VIDEO: Alexis Rockman Paints a Rubicon of Nature  http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/946463/video-alexis-rockman-paints-a-rubicon-of-nature

VIDEO: Alexis Rockman Paints a Rubicon of Nature http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/946463/video-alexis-rockman-paints-a-rubicon-of-nature

“18” by Yondus  Score: 55/100    ARTINFO: Part of DeviantArt’s charm is that it’s not always clear where the images come from. This photograph is militaristic, but it could have been shot in any country on Earth — it’s the archetype of the young soldier, in this case, female, set against the world. Tough, fierce, and beautiful.

“18” by Yondus Score: 55/100 ARTINFO: Part of DeviantArt’s charm is that it’s not always clear where the images come from. This photograph is militaristic, but it could have been shot in any country on Earth — it’s the archetype of the young soldier, in this case, female, set against the world. Tough, fierce, and beautiful.

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