Sunday, October 25, 2009

Peter Belyi

Born in 1971 in Linegrad USSR, the young artist mainly focuses on installations and objects. He studied ceramics at Mukhin Academy of Applied art and pursued further education at Camberwell College with a focus in Printmaking. Peter Belyi now lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia where also he teaches at Smolnyi Institute.

Artist: Peter Belyi | Represented by: Natasha Akhmerova Gallery

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Broken Things

Livia Marin's exhibition, Broken Things at House of Propellers is her first solo exhibition in the UK. The Chilean artist takes on a process-oriented approach of mass-produced and mass-consumed, everyday objects ranging from cups, bowls, jars and plates. She also uses a printed 'Willow Pattern' that are copied from the hand-painted Chinese porcelain. As she describes, "I see my work as situated in a more formal Minimalist agenda. Equally, however, I would want to extend that agenda to include the more 'impure' aspects of things that have been handled and used bearing a trace of a social history."

Artist: Livia Marin | Source: It's Nice That

Concrete Ideas

The Evolution of Kogler

Pictured above is Kogler's latest project in Museu Coleccao Berardo in Lissabon that has yet again impressed us with its perfection. Throughout the years, Peter Kogler has transformed our perception of space with his critical study of architecture and space. He utilizes images that connect decorative and digital art, exploring an innovative approach to combining graphic design, sculpture and painting. With a great attention to the proliferation of images--be it tubular forms, lines of ants, capsules, bulbs, etc--Kogler blurs the line between architecture and décor into a coherent unity. The artist has exhibited across the globe and charmed his way into the art scene with his proximity and oeuvre. Below are some of his many, exciting site-specific projects produced throughout the years.

Artist: Peter Kogler

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Urban Jewelry

Urban jewelry by Belgian artist and designer, Liesbeth Bussche who decorates the streets with her site-specific pieces. She is participating in an exhibition called What's New? at Sofie Lachaert Galerie will be on view until November 8th, 2009.

Artist: Liesbeth Bussche | Source: Design Boom

Monday, October 12, 2009

Herakut at ARTotale

Hearkut's new wall mural painted for ARTotale in Leuneburg. 

Artist: Herakut | Source: Vandalog

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