showcase-gallery

7

Surreal Architecture Paintings by Cinta Vidal Agulló 

Inspired by M.C. Escher, Barcelona-based illustrator Cinta Vidal Agulló  composes gravity-defying architecture paintings by inducing them them into an alternate labyrinth, where reality has been reversed. Painted on wooden panels with acrylic painting, Agulló’s series “Gravitant” is currently being showcased at the MISCELANEA gallery in Barcelona. Due to the nature of Agulló’s art her work will be rotated weekly, since it could be viewed from several perspectives. Ultimately her goal is a philosophical one: she hopes to remind people that although we live one world, no two people live within the same reality. The mental construction of our mind does not coincide with our physical world, thus her work is a reflection of the complexity of reality and imagination.  

[via]

10

Redd Walitzki is an internationally-exhibiting emerging artist focused on figurative Pop-Surrealism.


Recent solo exhibitions include Roq La Rue in Seattle, and Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. Her work has been showcased in many galleries including Last Rites in NYC, Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco and Auguste Clown in Melbourne Australia. She has also been featured on a variety of media outlets including HiFructose, Juxtapoz and Miroir Magazine.

German born, Walitzki eventually relocated to Seattle and graduated in 2007 from Cornish College of the Arts with her Bachelor of Fine Art. She has a strong background in painting, illustration and digital art.

Her Tumblr

Behance

This month, the Crazy Multiply art collective tried something new. While the collective has shown short one night get-it-while-it’s-hot art with live music and craft beer up until now, this month they went all out for a week long show. Last month, Crazy Multiply showcased artists in a show entitled Archaioposterus and while the Yogiga space they’ve shown out of for some time offers a great atmosphere for the party type shows they’ve had, there just wasn’t quite enough space to show all of the wonderful art the artists had prepared so continuing the artsy fun and momentum from that show, Archaioposterii: The Ides was born.

Jenny Robinson

Hallie Bradley

Artists including me, Albert Che, Tony Clavelli, Gina Dargan, Cara Friedman, Megan Ratliff, Jenny Robinson and Amy Smith were able to fill the our Monster space in Mullae-dong with some amazing pieces.

“Beware the Ides of March.” The words spilled from the mouth of the doomsday soothsayer and into the ear of Julius Caesar. The word that marked simply, the midmost day of any given month in the Roman calendar, became an omen and it is recognizable as such even centuries after Shakespeare penned the details surrounding Caesar’s betrayal and untimely death. A long, dark shadow has been cast upon the ides in consequence and they remain warped as omens to this day.

Omens themselves are the great signifiers of change, both of fates fortuitous and naught. Their message can be ascertained from the entrails of sacrificial animals, or observation of both natural and unnatural phenomenon. The great diviners were given the responsibility (or burden) to decode these messages at the behest of their fellow men.

The visions of the artists in Archaioposterii will be up to you, dear viewers, to decode and divine such as the fates would wish it. May the winds of change blow ever favorably in your direction.

The pieces were all really amazing and if you missed the show, be sure to follow Crazy Multiply on Facebook and look out for future events because this group is sure to continue showcasing talented artists as well as musicians.

Cara Friedman

Gina Dargan

Crazy Multiply Shows Archaioposterii: The Ides This month, the Crazy Multiply art collective tried something new. While the collective has shown short one night get-it-while-it’s-hot art with live music and craft beer up until now…

Currently pulling some of our all time favorite items for the Home Is Where The Art Is party tomorrow night in uptown! Stop by and get your fav Moth Oddities threads for a special price and check out tons of art by local MN artists! $5 at the door but the vino 🍷is on us! Time and location deets can be found on the FB page: Home Is Where The Art Is Final MPLS Showcase! Can’t wait to celebrate with @dustincoxdesign_, @bradymusic85 and the whole gang!

#event #party #events #MPLS #Minneapolis #minnesota #homeiswheretheartis #home #art #artist #localart #localartist #mplsart #showcase #gallery #community

Audrey Hepburn’s sons lend rare photos to National Portrait Gallery: first look

What better for the National Portrait Gallery to showcase than a rare photography collection of one of the most photographed women in the world, Audrey Hepburn.  She remains one of the most celebrated stars in the world, loved just as much for her elegant style and elfin beauty as she is for her mesmerizing appearances on the silver screen. It may come as a surprise to learn then, that the much-loved actress was secretly mystified by her stardom!

Within the collection include images taken before she became famous and will go on show in the UK for the first time, along with 35 photographs loaned to the National Portrait Gallery in London by Audrey Hepburn’s sons, Sean Hepburn Ferrer and Luca Dotti, from their personal collection.

Among them is an image of Audrey Hepburn performing a dance recital in 1942, aged 13, and a rarely seen image of her taken during the Africa filming of The Nun’s Story, in 1958.

As a fan of the classics such as Sabrina, Funny Face and the much loved Breakfast at Tiffany’s, I for one am looking forward to seeing this exhibition in July, and would encourage you to pick up a ticket.

- Philippa Tuck

instagram

Lightweight preview of “Always In tune”. For upcoming showcase at @whitebuffalogallery … Receptions on June 11th & 13th!
#savethedate #perspectivereverence
#showcase #gallery #art #canvas #allnew #latenightsinthelab

9

Frieze Art Fair 2015

Randal Island NYC

Part 1 of 3

Good fair this year with an assortment of international galleries showcasing many smaller pieces and less “Statement” type pieces of artwork. Mood seemed a little subdued but the art is always intelligent and thought provoking. There were a couple of performance pieces as well as participatory artworks and a maze.

Hero Boxes for Visual Composer (Add-ons)

Hero Boxes for Visual Composer (Add-ons)

Purchase $12.00

Hero Boxes is a responsive image showcase element for Visual Composer. Inspired the experimental design in Mary Lou’s Ideas for Subtle Hover Effects article, we replicated all the effects into something usable in todays modern browsers.

We have re-created 30 different designs, you can view them ALL from our preview site.Each design has a CSS3 hover effect that’s unique to each…

View On WordPress

Hero Boxes for Visual Composer (Add-ons)

Hero Boxes for Visual Composer (Add-ons)

Purchase $12.00

Hero Boxes is a responsive image showcase element for Visual Composer. Inspired the experimental design in Mary Lou’s Ideas for Subtle Hover Effects article, we replicated all the effects into something usable in todays modern browsers.

We have re-created 30 different designs, you can view them ALL from our preview site.Each design has a CSS3 hover effect that’s unique to each…

View On WordPress

==TRAPxART MAY 2015 #NERD TRIBUTE @ 111 Minna Gallery on FRIDAY 5/22/15== @leaderofcoolmoons
+I’ll Be Presenting My Spring Collection At This Month’s #TRAPXART Show In #SanFrancisco. If You’re In The Bay, Come Join A Great Showcase From A Group Of Amazing Artist……. –+ Go To trapxart.com And Type In Promo Code LCM For $10 Tickets-

#hypebeast#fashionblogger#fashionable#jonbuscemi#virgilabloh#showcase#mishka#offwhite #fairfax#fader#hoodbyair#artwork#blvckfashion#blvck#snobshots#40oznyc#fashionweek#boylondon#justdon#yeezyseason#rickowens#rafsimons#tgod#dopefashion#leaderofcoolmoons#thebay#gallery