Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
“Richard Galpin makes these fantastic abstract pieces, derived from his own cityscapes photographs. They aren’t collages; rather, each piece is made entirely by erasing parts of the photograph. He took the logic of artwork by erasure and applied to to a sculptural piece on New York City’s High Line. The piece, entitled Viewing Station, utilizes a specially designed and constructed viewport that creates a frame for the viewer. Link via Broken City Lab.” (Words of Mike Ernst, author of the Magical Urbanism Blog)
What a cool way to re-imagine your space.
Monday, March 19, 2012
Inspired by Dorothea Lange, Steve Liss records the reality of modern poverty in his images, humanizing his subjects instead of just spouting off statistics. If you know of any other artists who are working in this tradition of responding to societal problems through their medium, let us know if the submit box!
We have some big news coming up in the next couple days about an upcoming art installation!