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If on Magic Mountain You Find You Can Breathe

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AE Paulino
November 20th, 2009

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I met this guy on Saturday. This is what he does. He talked about balance, and an artist’s development and [ Continue Reading ]

Why Hello Fred Lebain

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Mari
November 17th, 2009

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These. photographs. will. boggle. your. mind. [ Continue Reading ]

Class Actress: Sometimes We Dance Alone

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AE Paulino
November 12th, 2009

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Class Actress is like a secret, as if a piece of 1991 were kidnapped and today, finally rescued or the ransom, recently paid. Such is, because front woman, Elizabeth Harper makes you dance as if you’re celebrating the newly acquired freedom; as if head nods and shoulder sways kinetically and chemically produce champagne within the listener.

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Allen just can’t decide.

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gypsophila
November 3rd, 2009

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One of the greatest conceptual artists in the U.S., Allen Ruppersberg, has a wall of drawings all to himself at the MoMA right now, the titles all beginning with “Honey, I rearranged the collection because…” [ Continue Reading ]

Where’s the Nearest Truck Stop?

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kt
October 1st, 2009

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Most New Yorkers can appreciate a portrait of something they encounter everyday. Particularly when the portrait presents the subject in a much more vibrant and appealing way than they normally perceive it. Hmm…that was more confusing than I intended it to be…

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New York City through the eyes of Max Moos

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MiMo
September 23rd, 2009

Screen shot 2009 09 23 at 1.39.49 AM 585x323 New York City through the eyes of Max MoosBeing a New York City resident for at least 17 years, I find it hard at times to enjoy the beauty that is around me. There is a reason why New York is one of the most popular spots to visit in the world and this video reminds me why. Shot in april 2006 during his three week stay, Max Moos captured the magic and the beauty the city has to offer through his Cannon 400D. Check out the video after the break, it is truly an amazing peace.

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Carlo Galfione

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Ry
September 10th, 2009

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A painter, Carlo Galfione, treats his subjects as the models that they are and then paints the fashion all over them.

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Akuyou — Pop Art Specialist

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Ry
September 9th, 2009

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Just when you thought Pop Art was going the way of graffiti, beautiful yet largely misunderstood and shunned by most… Enter AKUYOU!

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Roy Nachum

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kt
September 7th, 2009

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Roy Nachum’s work is surreal. Well, the subject matter, anyway. The composition, life-scaled oil paintings, can be so realistic that the pieces can sometimes be mistaken for digital paintings or even photography, as his website notes.

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