printed a new edition of the six color “invasive species” print this week since i’ve sold out of almost all of the old one! it was a good warm up for a summer of much screenprinting. the new one is on top.
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This past weekend we stopped by Blum & Poe for the opening of Takashi Murakami’s latest solo exhibition “Arhat”, and what we saw was a fantastic series of new paintings and sculptures that remind us of the playful nature of the Japanese artist’s work. Definitely a must see if you are in the Los Angeles area.
More images: http://bit.ly/11ajJ06
Mark Chadwick (UK) - Abstract Fluid Painting. Acrylic on canvas
The British artist Mark Chadwick’s art practice is concerned by the use of machines in the production of an artwork. With our culture becoming more and more engaged with new technologies, Mark’s work questions the implications of handing over control of an artwork to a mechanical device. Through experimentation with using a number of crude technological devices and minimising his interaction with the decision making process. Mark’s work investigates the status of the artist and what the artwork actually is. With the actions of any machine the result of human intention, Mark uses machines to allow chance to enter the creative process, exploring ideas surrounding authorship, consciousness and interaction.
mylar balloons, helium, installation dimensions variable
Incredible shots of waves by Pierre Carreau
Pierre Carreau was born in 1972 near Paris surrounded by artistic influences. His family includes a photographer, a talented sculptor and painters. Despite this artistic upbringing Pierre graduated university with a degree in business. After several years working in the Information Technology industry he decided to respect his soul and become a professional photographer. Since he was a child Pierre is fascinated by the ocean. He loves playing with all water gear that allow him to enjoy the wind and waves. Naturally, his first photography projects were capturing action shots for surf or kitesurf magazines and water sport equipment manufacturers.