COTTON CANDY WORKS INSTALLATION

Who could ignore these blankets of sticky sweet cotton candy art installations by Finnish artist Erno-Erik Raitanen?

DARK PRINCESSES

A new street art installation has the lovely ladies of Disney waiting around dark corners to do all kinds of dastardly deeds.

Before I Die

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- Before I Die (collaboration with Paradigm Gallery + Studio) We organized/Sponsored the Philadelphia Edition of creator, Candy Chang’s interactive project, Before I Die. Installed on the Avenue of Arts in Downtown Philadelphia/Summer of 2012. The Philadelphia wall was set up on the Avenue of Arts between Pine & Spruce…right across from the Kimmel Center.Before I Die […]

THINKSPACE BRINGS THEIR LATEST SHOW “LAX/PHL” TO PHILLY

LA based contemporary art gallery Thinkspace will descend on Philadelphia this weekend with an arsenal of work by 40+ emerging artists from around the globe for their latest group show “LAX / PHL”.

ORLY GENGER – Red, Yellow and Blue

Madison Square Park Conservatory Square Art is installing Orly Gender’s trademark hand knotted nautical rope in Madison Square Park in waves of Red, Yellow and Blue hand knotted rope.

Dinner for Two / Rachel Lee Hovnanian

Dinner for Two is the 1st post in our Art Breakdown series where we take a closer look at art and the dialogue it creates.

Tilda Swinton Naps at MoMA

Tilda Swinton, the actress best known for her androgynous looks has been on display at MoMa in a performance piece she calls, “The Maybe”.

Amazing Coat Closet Installation “TEMPLO” by Melissa Godoy Nieto

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    Melissa Godoy Nieto “TEMPLO” @SpringBreakArtShow 2013, NY

ART TAKEAWAY SHOWS WITH FAILE & THE NEW YORK CITY BALLET

The collaboration between street artists Faile & The New York City Ballet is a “little bit of mixing the grime with the glamour…wrestling with the beauty & the beast. It’s taking these two elements and pushing them together.”

In Exploration of Stewart Watson

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Stewart Watson is what you may call a “late bloomer.” After she got married and had a son, she finally gave a larger voice to her innate talent as an artist. Her art is 3-dimensional, combining the natural and the industrial. As you will see in the photos, her pieces are wonderfully whimsical, recalling a field of wildflowers or wild stalks of wheat.

Quotables

When you first see a new picture you are very careful because you may be staring at van Gogh’s ear. — Rene Ricard

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