Foreign Fields - Names and Races

voguelivingmagazine:

A spray of begonia, roses, dahlias and fresh figs creates the perfect still-life backdrop for this delecate, layered chocolate vino cotto pavlova.
From ‘At My Table’, a story on page 53 of Vogue Living April 2013.
Photograph by Brett Stevens.
10.02.13 /01:16/ 786
installator:

arthandlin:

"Can we get you guys to paint giant swatches of different colors on the wall so we can choose one for this exhibition, because we lack the imagination and cojones to just make a goddamn decision already?"
10.02.13 /01:14/ 79
2headedsnake:

Catrin Welz-Stein
02.22.13 /13:43/ 484

Disclosure -  White Noise ft. AlunaGeorge

02.21.13 /19:47/ 32

"In L.A.’s art world, topic one is moca: its director, Jeffrey Deitch; the spate of angry departures from its board; founding chairman Eli Broad’s own, new museum; and talk of a merger with U.S.C., or even with arch-rival lacma.”

-Bob Colacella

Artist - Eliza Porodina

Link - http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizavetap/

Artist - Zac Freeman

Link - http://www.zacfreemanart.com/

From his site: “My work focuses primarily on portraits created by assembling found objects, disposable goods, and the leftover trash of things we consume in our society. I glue the bits of junk to a wooden substrate, a canvas, which forms the image of a portrait. The result is a stunningly realistic portrait at a distance and an interesting array of objects up close…My assemblage artworks have continued to encapsulate cultural change. For example, grey film canister tops used in my early junk portraits are very rare now as our society has moved to digital cameras. An iPhone used as shading on a cheek looks desired one year and archaic the next as society, technology, and consumables continue to change.”

Artist - Erik Jones

Link - http://theirison.com/

Fantastic video.

"For the first time in its 150 year history, London’s National Gallery devoted a major show to the subject of photography - specifically the links between photography and painting.

Andrew Graham-Dixon reports on what we might learn from this double exposure. The exhibition can next be seen in Barcelona.”

Canvas  by  andbamnan