Javier Aguilera resides in Spain and does fun and slightly creepy sculptures of people. Check out his website for more work.
Sarah Roesink is a London based photographer with a strong interest in recording the atmosphere of the moment.
Cathy Opie has created a stunning new selection of portraits exploring lesbian identity in her latest body of work, “Girlfriends.” The women in her portraits range from Madonna and Angelina Jolie’s ex-girlfriend Jenny Shimizu, to Le Tigre’s JD Samson. Both honest and alluring, her photography recontextualizes the paradigm of femininity. Currently on view at New York’s Barbara Gladstone Gallery through April 24.
Todd Schorr has a new exhibit called “Designed for Extinction” at the Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art & Design.
By Grosse 8.
“A meditation on green light – inspired by the dense horizon of lights found on the top of cityscapes. Specifically the red blinking lights for warning aircrafts which have always felt to me like some kind of living, breathing ecosystem. Continuing my fascination with geographies constructed or revealed by light during the night, I started thinking more about the “breathing” lights as rhythms.” – Gary Breslin
Enter the miniature world of Carole Epps. Sinister. Cute. Dark. Mysterious. Wabbits & Mickey Mouse. Seems like a fun and slightly scary world to live in. I wouldn’t mind staying for a while.
London based design duo, Sawdust, has recently updated their site with new works including their latest project – a poster for independent music artist, Angel–A.