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Brandon McLean — Putting Names To Imaginary Faces.

Acknowledgements in books always tease readers with their vagueness, their references so useless and anonymous that one frequently skips over them — despite the obvious importance they hold to the book’s authors — without so much as a second glance. Hence why it’s so interesting that Brandon McLean chose to think critically about these names...Read...
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Mao’s Last Dancer (2009) Film Review

Mao’s Last Dancer Director: Bruce Beresford Australia, 2009 Based on his bestselling autobiography, the dramatized story of Li Cunxin escaping from Communist China is not a particularly unique one. Handpicked from a dusty village in rural China, a young Li is forced to abandon his family and attend the most prestigious (and rigorous) arts school...Read...
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The Hedgehog (2010) Film Review

When 11-year-old Paloma (Garance Le Guillemic) decides that she wants to commit suicide on the date of her next birthday, she has 165 days left to go. By viewing her mother, who talks to house plants, and her father, who is well-intentioned but has nothing much more to offer, Paloma concludes that her life is...Read...
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Monsters And Marilyns With Jesse Lenz! Genius! Genius! Glorious!

What happens when you mix two familiar faces together? The result can be scary, we’ve learned, from those image-generating programs that mash two adults together to create warped, inbred-looking potential children. But somehow illustrator Jesse Lenz has mixed Andy Warhol‘s iconic image of Marilyn Monroe with creatures like Frankenstein and dictators like Chairman Mao to...Read...
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New Works By Travis Lampe At Rotofugi Gallery.

Travis Lampe never ceases to amaze, really, and some of his new works, featuring silk screened frames (genius!) are snapshots from twisted fairytales. Raft Of The Sunset Chuckles II (Inspired by Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa), Acrylic on Wood with Silkscreened Frame, 8″x8″ Death of Mr. Frond (Inspired by Jaques-Louis David’s The Death...Read...
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Adam Friedman Mixes Collage, Screen Printing, Acrylics & More Into Bizarre Landforms

With his most recent body of work, Adam Friedman combines traditional landforms with some truly interplanetary shit. His mixed media pieces initially come off a little like illustrations in a scientific textbook, but closer inspection reveals worlds where land is replaced by oceans and mountains by lava-like flows. It seems that physics as we know...Read...
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Femke Hiemstra & Travis Louie at the Roq La Rue

Go to the Roq La Rue. NOW! Their current body of art might not be all that colorful, but it is technically amazing and has incredible framing. *** Femke Hiemstra of the Netherlands can pretty much make anything look good. Shown above is a graphite drawing. Reflections aside, it’s incredibly detailed and remarkably smudge-free. More...Read...
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