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Famous Are Dreaming [Into Space]

This post is actually going to feature two different series of works by Luis Dourado, Famous Are Dreaming and Into Space. But in my book, they belong together, dammit. The famous belong to the spacey dreams, so I’m going to sort them accordingly (and see if you can identify the famous faces — or non-faces).
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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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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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BATHS – “Lovely Bloodflow” Music Video

Wow, what a beautiful video by anticon. artists BATHS. This video combines the brutality found in Japanese samurai films with an almost Venetian carnival quality to create a video that treats the ephemeral in just a really remarkable way. Directed by Alex Takacs and Joe Nankin — youngreplicant.com
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Brin Levinson‘s Moody Cityscapes

As of Last Thursday, Brin Levinson has some pieces from his Paradise Urbania series, on display at Optic Nerve Arts (1223 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR). These pieces combine some excellently rendered images of Portland bridges, and what they might look like if wild animals were to roam on or around them once again. Through...Read...
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West African Masquerade Photos.

These photos are quite old, but they’re new to me. Photographer Phyllis Galembo takes colorful portraits of individuals in developing countries and captures the richness and beauty in their everyday dress and surroundings. These photos are large-scale color images capturing ritual adornment in Nigeria, Benin and Burkina Faso. Here are my favorites, but you can...Read...
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Memory Tapes – Bicycle Music Video

Bugs, bats, flowers, nature, and squishy things blend atop each other in this abstract blur of a video for “Bicycle”, off of Memory Tapes’ first album, Seek Magic. Lots international Memory Tapes tour dates to come — a lot of them with Missy Elliott and Holy Ghost! Talk about glorious! Directed by Jamie Harley.  ...Read...
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