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Self Portraits Examine the Disparity Between We Are When We Wake Up and The Person We Present to the World

Mel Keiser’s Becoming Mel is a series of paired self-portraits—one taken immediately upon waking, the other after she’s put herself together for the day—repeated each day for a month.

Portrait Photography by Daria Zaytseva

Daria Zaytseva is a 22-year-old photographer from Moscow, specialising in fashion, portrait & advertising photography.

Amazing Digital Art by Diogo Carneiro

Diogo Carneiro is a freelance concept artist / illustrator based in Campo Grande, Brazil. Below, you may check out some of his artworks.

“High Pass Filter” by Pierre Clément

Pierre Clément, “High Pass Filter” (2014) (works by Vincent Broquaire in the background) (all images courtesy XPO Gallery) Editor’s note: This is the fifth piece in a series of articles, images, interviews, and essays for the #hypersalon catalogue.

After Harrowing Rescue, Timbuktu Manuscripts to Go on View in Brussels

Manuscript recovered from Bamako, Mali by ‘Timbukto Renaissance’ curator Abdel Kader Haidara (image via the Prince Claus Fund) Sixteen original 15th and 16th century Malian manuscripts will go on display Friday at the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels, The Art Newspaper reported.

Bertus Jonkers, Sculptor of Mini Metropolises

Bertus Jonkers, “City” (1995–2000), mixed media (De Stadshof Collection, Dr. Guislain Museum, Gent) The Dutch artist Bertus Jonkers died in relative obscurity in 2001 in Utrecht, the city where he was born and spent most of his life, save a stint in Germany doing forced labor during World War II.

The Physics of Pollock

Detail of Jackson Pollock’s “One: Number 31″ (1950) at MoMA (photograph by Divya Thakur, via Flickr) The laws of physics were greater collaborators with Jackson Pollock than most painters.

Any Art You Make Can and Will Be Used Against You

Two NYPD officers skirmish with a group of protesters, allegedly including Eric Linsker, on the Brooklyn Bridge on December 13 (screenshot from YouTube video).

Jaqueline Cedar @ 106 Green


Excerpt from The Tokyo-Montana Express by Richard Brautigan

Japanese Love Affair I am watching a Japanese love affair from very close up.  Actually, I am in bed with the lovers watching them fuck.

Destroy All Monsters: You're Gonna Die

Brooklyn Gallery Responds to Police Brutality With an Open Call

Smack Mellon’s main gallery (photo courtesy Smack Mellon) The nonprofit art space Smack Mellon in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood is planning an open call exhibition in response to the recent killings of unarmed black men by white police officers, and the protests that followed.

Shadow Knives: Silhouette Artwork Cut from Butcher Knives by Li Hongbo

Cheetah, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014 Wasteland, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014 Gaze, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014 Hawk, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014 Hunting, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014 Lotus Pond, Metal, 35 x 9.8 x 1.7 cm, 2014 Bones of a Snake, Metal, 200 x 38 x 9 cm, 2014 Artist Li Hongbo, whose flexible paper sculptures we’ve admired many times here on Colossal, recently created a new series of silhouette artworks as part of a solo show at Contemporary by Angela Li in Hong Kong.

Art That Gets You Thinking! The brain is a complex biological...

Greg Dunn, Gold Cortex II (Ink on 22K gold). Nicolas Baier, Engrams (the world of ideas), 2013.

11 Creative Calendars for 2015

“Now is the time!” Illustration from ‘Workable plans for wide-awake churches’ (1906) (image via Internet Archive Book Images) The year is counting down its final days, and we’ll soon be halfway through the second decade of this century.

These 12 Festive Beards Will Set a Christmas Mood

By fraufaya This Christmas, bearded men can show off their well-groomed facial hair in festive style.

Step Right Up: Our Latest Group Show Takes You to the State Fair

Clackamas County Fair on August 17, 2012 © Leah Nash Pizza © Bruce Booher The race. South Carolina State Fair, Columbia, SC, 2011 © Andrea Bonisoli Alquati Our latest group show examines the weird, wild and wonderful state fair.

A History of Art on the Final Frontier

Marilynn Flynn, “Shamshu Sojourn” (2011), showing astronauts exploring the Shamshu region of Jupiter (all images courtesy Zenith Press) The first instance of a space discovery affecting art was likely 1608’s Somnium, a novel by astronomer Johannes Kepler about a trip to the moon following a pathway revealed by a demon.

Sandy Smith @ Malraux's Place