re-blues 11 series

-blue 11 no. 2 (detail) by bruno neiva

Tales from the future: collages by Joanna Marcjanna

The Demiurge (detail) by Joanna Marcjanna

Artist’s Statement: Collage is just the best thing ever, because, guess what – it is so easy! Too lazy and impatient for actual drawing or painting, I got interested in collage as a perfect way to look for new meanings of things, tell stories and ‘paint’ dreamy landscapes. I create surreal realms I’d love to […]

Seven paintings by Katherine Jeanne Wood

5 O'Clock Shadow by Katherine Jeanne Wood

Six collages by Adrian Jugaru

Hush Now Little Baby (detail) - Adrian Jugaru

A One-Sided Knife Fight: Collages by Hoop & Stick

Parts of Speech (detail) by Hoop & Stick

Artist’s statement: “Everything is Collage.” You – Your Mom – This Statement Your Ideas – Your Entire Worldview – Society The Universe Itself. Just as quarks come together to form atoms – to form molecules – to form complex structures – to form life, your innermost thoughts – beliefs – ideas are formed from the […]

Cities of the Imagination

Crow Fly by Ricker Winsor

Artist’s statement: I am hitting my stride after a long process of learning how to paint my way, growing beyond the obvious influences and entering my own world. These city paintings of the imagination do what I want them to do: free my imagination, connect with my experience, and provide an interesting and flexible structure […]

Scraps by Fabio Sassi

Scraps 2 (detail) by Fabio Sassi

Saint Celluloid

Silver (detail) - Kalliope Amorphous

Artist’s Statement: Saint Celluloid is a series of self-portraits exploring both the vulnerability and immortality of the film star as well as the potentially oppressive and regressive culture of fame. These images were Inspired by the idea of instrumental transcommunication (ITC), a term coined by Ernst Senkowski in the 1970s to refer to communication through […]

Collages by Carlyle Baker

Kathmandu (detail) by Carlyle Baker

Artist’s Statement: we are here to go we had to do what we did or we couldn’t do it.

several operatic productions flattening the thinking portion of the tongue

withdrawn from stock (detail) / Irina & Silviu Székely

Artists’ Statement:This series of works is somehow a playful dialogue with art history, perhaps an involuntary attempt to re-evaluate our contemporary attitudes towards the authenticity and “immortality” of what is called a “Work of Art”; to bring into a parallel relationship our joyous and unattainable (mis)understanding of what is Modern and what Walter Benjamin calls […]