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1900s, Ghastly And Ghostly With Herve Lewandowski

RMN has a collection of photography by Hervé Lewandowski entitled Album de photographies spirites : spectre et voiles. The black-and-white and sepia images from the 1900s are subtly haunting and feature multiple exposures of people in Victorian-era garb. If you’ll look closely, you’ll see many of the same recycled images in various degrees of focus....Read...
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Josh Keyes: Collision At David B Smith Gallery

This stark series of acrylic paintings is entitled Collision. It features animals in various stages of the death and life cycle are set upon a square of urban space, feeling like small-scale museum installations. This show opens in Denver tonight, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm, at the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, Colorado. Here’s what...Read...
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Creepy Abandoned Themepark

There’s something inherently jarring about themeparks in the best of circumstances. They are carefully curated miniature worlds where the highest measure of success is to create something so artificial that at first glance it almost seems effortless. Themeparks become exponentially more unsettling– and more interesting– when the meticulous landscaping and false cheeriness is dropped and...Read...
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Oil Paintings By Theo Altenberg.

Quite the vivid collection of oil paintings by Theo Altenberg, an artist living in Berlin. He is an extremely multi-discplinary fellow, and I highly recommend a visit to you website, where you’ll find text-based installations, art videos, music, photography, and performance art. (His oil paintings also remind me of the Iron Age album cover, which we...Read...
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Canvas Suit By Robert Hardgrave

Robert Hardgrave is a REDEFINE favorite, so I just wanted to show you a pretty interesting thing he’s done with his leftover canvas scraps. He’s made a suit, of almost Hazmat proportions! I can’t imagine it smells particularly lovely, but it’s certainly a good way to reuse and recycle. The suit was created for one...Read...
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Sink Layers Deep Into Gean Moreno‘s Work!

Gean Moreno‘s website hasn’t been updated in a while (since 2004), but his layered collage works are new to me. The pieces are like erupting geodes, or something — layers of patterned lava flowing outwards and engulfing one another! It’s like looking at layers of striated rock folding into itself. MMMMM. Where’s Moreno now? Is...Read...
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Kate Puglsey‘s Illustrations

There’s a lot of personality to Kate Pugsley’s charming illustrations. Her figures traipse about washed out earthtone backgrounds looking somewhat forlorn but also vaguely whimsical, and their expressions give the indication that they’re lost in very far away thought. Her ladies also rock some pretty awesome Gorey-esque fur coats.
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