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supersonicart: Hsiao Ron Cheng, Latest Work. Recent, elegant work by artist Hsiao Ron Cheng (Previously on Supersonic).
artmastered: Georgia O’Keeffe, A Sunflower from Maggie, 1937, oil on canvas, 40.64 x 50.8 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
hyperallergic: (via Rare Portraits of Kings and Commoners from 20th-Century Nigeria) For over five decades Chief Solomon Osagie Alonge photographed the royal court and everyday life of Benin, Nigeria.
Julian Reid [@julianreidphoto] / October 23, 24, 25 Lydo Elise Le [@lydaux] / October 26, 27, 28 Put down your pumpkin spice lattes and get ready for our latest lineup of transcontinental Guest Instagrammers!
By Samur Isma Kendrick Brinson and David Walter Banks – for several years were documenting their love, taking photos while kissing in the same position in different parts of the planet.
René Burri’s self-portrait, Coronado, New Mexico, 1973/83. Photograph: René Burri/Magnum From highbrow to lowbrow (and everything in between), this is what we found of interest in photo-land this week.
Watch as Obe and Amuse 126 add some nice colors to an otherwise boring old 50 foot trailer.
David Humphrey, “Intended” (2011-2014), acrylic on canvas, 72 x 60 inches (all images courtesy of Fredericks & Freiser, NY, unless otherwise stated) What I hoped to get from talking to David Humphrey were answers.
Henri Matisse, “The Swimming Pool (La Piscine)” (late summer 1952), maquette for ceramic (realized 1999 and 2005).
Théodore Rousseau, “Study for The Forest in Winter at Sunset” (ca. 1846), oil over charcoal with white heightening on paper, mounted to canvas, 9 5/8 x 13 1/4 inches.
Joseph Cornell, Untitled, Gift of Mrs. John A. Benton. © The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memorial Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.
70th Street Garden at the Frick Collection, New York (photo by Navid Baraty, 2014) (all images courtesy the Cultural Landscape Foundation) The Frick Collection’s Russell Page–designed garden, planned for destruction as part of the Manhattan museum’s expansion project, is one of 11 land-based art pieces announced as under threat this week by the Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF).
Installation view, ‘Dana Saulnier: Stacks and Traps’ at First Street Gallery (image courtesy First Street Gallery) Dana Saulnier’s ostensibly expressionist canvases at First Street Gallery carry a bravado reminiscent at first glance of mid-century abstraction.
This awesome food and pop culture-inspired furniture by Woouf! just might make you “hungry” to do some redecorating.
Illustration from “Goethe’s Werke” (1882) (image via Wikimedia Commons) An eight-foot-tall sculpture of a wizard in a couple’s front yard has sparked a debate in the village of Oakland Mills, Maryland, about what constitutes appropriate neighborhood statuary, who has the power to decide what is and isn’t art, and whether or not the towering sorcerer could help lift the community out of economic depression.
Picked by Andrew
OK, so the spider isn’t fixing the leaf, but that doesn’t make it any less amazing (and no, it’s not Photoshop).