Charles Fregér’s ‘Wilder Mann’ project is a series of photographs of “wild man” costumes used in traditional ceremonies and pageants. Shot in 18 European countries, the photographs depict men positioned by Fregér in costumes against sweeping winter landscapes.
Anna Kristensen’s photo-realistic panoramic oil painting installation, Indian Chamber, is a purpose built structure which brings the viewer into the painting for a fully immersive experience. Kristensen’s painting of the Jenolan Caves (an open cave system near Sydney) is a highly detailed 360 degree view with no beginning or end.
Jon Han is a New York-based illustrator and artist. His work is quirky and charming, giving us a peek into his brightly colored and whimsical world. He has been commissioned by The New York Times, The New Yorker, and numerous other publications worldwide.
Sheila Pinkel’s Light Work series uses light to create images without a camera or enlarger. Pinkel spent seventeen years working with different light sources: visible, ultraviolet, X-Ray, computer generated, Xerox and the sun. She earned an MFA in photography at UCLA without ever even using a camera.
Robert Morris’s 1971 installation of raw unfinished materials titled “Neo Classic” was originally shown at what was then known as the Tate Britain. It was abruptly closed after 4 days. Reportedly the gallery staff were “not able to cope with the frantic means of emotional release that the exhibition became … pandemonium broke out” reported the Times in 1971. These amazing photographs capture the original installation. The Tate recreated this exhibition in 2009 using contemporary materials and called it “Bodyspacemotionthings”.
Malin Gabriella Nordin is a Swedish artist who works with the theme of rocks. Her work is varied and joyful in it’s abundance. The artful textures, shapes and mix of colors of Malin Gabriella Nordin’s 2009 Collage project, entitled Vacation, is a refreshing burst of color and creativity.
Esther Stocker paints graphic canvases of grid-like black and white geometric abstractions and then brings them to life with large art installations that alter your perceptions of spatial reality.
LA-based artist Matthew Brandt’s Lakes and Reservoirs series features photographs of lakes and reservoirs that have been soaked in the same specific body of water, creating uniquely colorful and moving pieces.
We, The Masses is an otherworldly animated adaptation of Robyn O’Neil’s incredible artwork. The film was developed at Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School.
Canadian artist Sarah Anne Johnson created these works after a residency on a double masted schooner in the Arctic Circle. The artist says: ‘After such an experience, one can’t help speculating about the impact we have on this planet’.