Australian born photographer David Jo Bradley documents the human condition in his photographs. I am really digging his work. Here are some photographs from his 2010 project on Mali, Africa.
I am really enjoying Cuban artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada’s work. Each surface he creates a painting on is at least 150 years old!
Ellen Nielsen is a “Jack of all Trades.” Her wide array of skills range from sewing to video performance with imagery that goes from Psychedelic, to the surreal and dabbles in a bit of the absurd.
If you guys happen to be in New York, join PopRally as they count down to All Hallows Eve with two consecutive nights of films from MoMA‘s collection. On Friday, October 29, watch The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) or Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965). On Saturday, October 30, check out Night of the Living Dead (1968) or Ghostbusters (1984). They kick off each evening with a cocktail reception (wear your costume!) featuring the hypnotizing sounds of the GHE20 GOTHIK DJs.
Costume reception begins at 9:00 p.m.; screenings begin at 10:30 p.m.
I am really enjoying Matt Johnson’s work. Based in Los Angeles, Johnson creates a variety of sculptures with a deadpan sense of humor. Check out some more of his work after the jump!
Taiwanese artist James Jean creates beautiful illustrations and paintings. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
Terry Rodgers reflects the time we are living in through his body of work. He touches on topics pertaining to contemporary body politics, isolation, and hope.