Protey Temen’s Digital Fantasy

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Protey Temen is a Russian artist exploring so-called “visual environmental saturation” since 2004.

Calcuator collector

657_1229729768 is a Japanese website that collects an assortment of random stuff. Like this adorable 1976 Texas Instrument one called ‘Little Professor’. It makes me want to think numbers are cute.

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Tal R

654_1229727666Tal R creates works that look like Picasso doing some heavy psychedelics in an insane asylum. I love the one of a kid passed out in his teenage bedroom.

Rip Van Winkle


White Winter Hymnal from Grandchildren on Vimeo.Wistful, long-bearded lumberjacks turning the world with an old fashioned crank and a contemplative look in their eyes. I guess its actually one guy in various stages of aging, unless you believe that the self is transitory and you are not the same person you are today that you were yesterday. Heavy. Beautiful stop motion animation by Grandchildren.

Timothy Callaghan

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Really great paintings that play with the concept of objecthood, representation and creating spatial layers and depth within a flattened field.

Bars and Tones


Bars & Tones from André Chocron on Vimeo.Bars & Tones from André F. Chocron on Vimeo.
Kandinsky would have cried an abstract expressionist tear for this visual invocation of music.

Lucian Freud…. Soft Talker… Amazing Painter

 


In This 5 part interview conducted in 1988 Lucian Freud Talks about art, life, and the art world. At times the video can be a bit slow but nevertheless there are a few amazing nuggets of knowledge in there.

The World Is Coming To An End

The performance group TRIIIBE (identical triplets) hit Wall Street with a guerrilla performance just as Wall Street banks prepare to pay year-end bonuses to top management at the same time asking for government bailouts, The three were dressed as businesswomen carrying briefcases overfilled with money while panhandling the public with tin cups. TRIIIBE set up in front of the New York Stock Exchange and the American International Building, home of the insurance giant AIG.