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Salustiano

Salustiano’s paintings use hand ground mineral pigments to achieve the deeply arresting red color that has become his works signature.

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Ryuta Amae Manipulated Paradise

An artist of his time, Ryuta Amae is a clever manipulator of images. Could his great, peaceful photography evoke – in the form of vast, luxurious residences or of a Family Robinson type house swamped by palm trees – Paradise, Eden conquered at last and peace for civilisation ? This image of rest is deceiving. For the images here are the result of sage elaborations, of digital crossbreeding and hybrids. From these creations of various all sorts, the reference is the occident’s imagination of happiness, one might as well call it the sublime by default, the coming constantly delayed, condemning us to contemplate beautiful, empty images. «I create a copy, an archetypical image,» the artist explains, «my photo is only a virtual memory.» A skilful way of uniting reality and the imaginary, giving them a connection and a tension, a reactivating of that problem which has always been attached to the image : illusion. -Paul Ardenne

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Aaron Moran

Aaron Moran’s geometric reclaimed wood sculptures look like prehistoric wooden meteors that came from an ancient petrified wooden planet.

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Leah Beach Is Waiting

Leah Beach’s Waiting series documents patients living with Alzheimer’s disease at an assistant living  home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The project was inspired by Leah’s many visits with her great grandmother who has Alzheimer’s.

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Joey Piziali

Joey Piziali’s work takes on abstraction full force with geometric order mixed with a bit of painterly chaos. See Joey’s work in San Francisco this Saturday in a group show at Guerrero Gallery. See more of Joey’s work after the jump.

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EC Salazar

Beautfiully hatched drawings by Vancouver based illustrator EC Salazar.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Robot Makes Paintings

 

I always thought that robots would one day make all the art in the world but I never imagined that the day would be so near. Benjamin Grosser’s Interactive Robotic Painting Machine uses artificial intelligence to paint its own body of work and to make its own decisions. While doing so, it listens to its environment and considers what it hears as input into the painting process. In the absence of someone or something else making sound in its presence, the machine, like many artists, listens to itself. Watch a video of the robot in action after the jump!

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