curated art

Don’t settle for nice, for pleasant, for familiar. Keep looking until you find something that really moves you, that resonates with your core. And I mean this for people, for interests, for hobbies, for your possessions, clothes, music, books, art. Everything. Curate every aspect of your life, as much as you can. It’s in the things that deeply inspire us that we find ourselves. Surround yourself with truth, and you’ll have built yourself a heaven.

“I think this painting in some ways speaks to what curators do: the gathering of images, the hanging of them, the arranging of them.” New on Whitney Stories, Scott Rothkopf describes the portraits visible in Jasper Johns’s Racing Thoughts, and connects the painting with his work as the Whitney’s chief curator. 

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Digging futuristic Artprints by Beeple on society6

Mike Winkelmann is currently a graphic designer living and working in Neenah, Wisconsin, USA. Beeple is the pseudonym for his personal work that includes short films, live visuals, graphic design, music and drawings. Most of his current work focuses on ways to visual music through video. His work has screened at onedotzero, Siggraph, Optronica, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Chicago Underground Film Festival, and many more. He has also released work on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder labe.

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Trying something new this weekend!! My first curated spring market in Edmonton!

This time I’m only going to be selling original, traditionally drawn/painted content. It’s a scary step, since fan art + parody stuff always does so much better, but I’m going for it!! 

Hope to see you there this weekend! 
Open Saturday + Sunday 10am-4pm @ Prince of Wales Armoury

I’ve been asked whether I had some photos in b&w, so here we go… Most of my work is intended and created for color, but I still have a couple of black & white images.

‘the town hall’ - original multiple exposure photography by Thomas Vanoost.