Helen Marten Knockoff Venus, 2015 Screen printing and painting on leather, suede, cotton, velvet; stained and sprayed Ash; inlaid Formica; Walnut; cast Jesmonite 118 x 98 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches (299.7 x 250.2 x 10.8 cm)
Leonardo Drew: One of my favorite artists, Drew uses a lot of black in his work. Here he paints single objects displayed in a grid constructed from old window trim. Note how painting some of the boxes themselves, as well as the objects, breaks up the grid a bit. Also some of the objects are more dimensional than others and some boxes are painted whiter or less brown than others. It gives the work a more organic look and softens the geometry.
Joseph Beuys ((*everday unnervings black in room of mind)
Turkish artist Ardan Özmenoglu, whose Post-it Art we’ve featured before, focuses on the idea of repetition and its relation to the process of image consumption and permanence, to mass product…
Light Sculptures by James Clar
In Transit: NYC is the first in a series of laser-cut, edge-lit abstractions of iconic subway maps.