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Ryohei Hase

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AndrewPatton
January 17th, 2009

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Hase shows “the animal within” in his well-crafted and dogmatic style.  Whether it’s a horde of pigs about to feast on their young or hybrid people fighting to the death, Hase steps back and uses the brush to express emotion rather than vague concepts.  Check out Ryohei Hase’s website: Ryohei Hase

“To some extent, each painting is a controlled failure” – Glenn Brown

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AndrewPatton
January 10th, 2009

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Mostly dealing with oils, Glenn Brown at first glance appears to have hastily thrown the paint down in order to distort reality.  But upon further inspection, each painting is minutely detailed with no stroke needlessly used.  Brown goes further than reality, in that he creates his own fantasy world that still adheres to the rules of the masters.  

via  Freshnerd  &  Art Knowledge News 


Is data art? Andrea Nicolas Fischer believes it is.

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AndrewPatton
January 9th, 2009

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Conceptual artist/sculptor Andrea Nicolas Fischer has found an interesting muse:  data.  He’s managed to take various forms of numbers and indexes, often considered to be just ideas or concepts, and turn them into something tangible.  From a plywood rendition of the 2008 stock market decline to a wooden carving of the world gross domestic product in 2007, he proves that you can find art where you least expect it.

http://anfischer.com/

http://chunnel.tv/art-design/418/the-data-based-art-of-andreas-nicolas-fischer

Beauty, despair, sensuality. The work of Chen Man

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AndrewPatton
January 9th, 2009

3110938312 70ea5f9e55 o 383x400 Beauty, despair, sensuality.  The work of Chen ManA phenomenal photographer, Chen Man sees art and beauty in the human form itself.  Sometimes comparing it to architecture, she often deals with the human duality of good vs. evil in an elaborate, yet stunningly raw composure.  Sensual, spiritual, and often eclectic, her photography combined with seamless 3-d computer imagery is definitely worth seeing.  For more of her photography, visit her website:  http://www.chenmaner.com/

Art FREE in Fall

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afficionada
October 8th, 2008

Art Exhibit Schedule

Weekends 1-6 PM  -  Free Admission
Free Performances at 3PM    Click here for schedule

Summer Auction Winners

Sep 13 TimeOut NY hosts 2nd Saturday at BWAC
Sep 13 – Oct 26 Group Art Show – Free Fall – Red Hook Pier

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Join us Sep 13th at the opening of our Fall Group Art Show, art in Free Fall. The joint will be jumping at our Meet the Artists reception with the music of The Loose Marbles. In the BWAC Screening Room, Mike Park continues his New Vision Cinema series with recent works by independent filmmakers.Click here for our complete Performance and Screening Room calendar. Free Fall features the Elements/Elementos, a working studio collaboration between Ellie Winberg and Mauricio Morillas; and A Studio Retrospective. An installation by married artists Thomas and Anna Hagen.Click here for more details.

Bodies in Urban Spaces

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soslik
August 7th, 2008

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An art director Willi Dorner and photographer Lisa Rastl have collaborated on one weird project. Putting bunch of bodies in regular urban places. The series was created as a set of human sculptures spread out the city of Vienna, and is set out to explore the “relationship between body, space and architecture”. More here

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