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Up From The Deep: 15 artists at TNC Gallery in NYC

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By Victoria Selbach in New Events on Thursday 21 June 2012

Up From The Deep, curated by Jeff Faerber, brings to TNC Gallery in New York fifteen artists who probe the fathoms of memory, dreams, myth and states of being. Artists Fedele SpadaforaReuben Negron Victoria SelbachJeff FaerberBarron Storey Jeremy HolmesTimothy WilsonLars HenkelRusty Zimmerman, David HollenbachRupa Dasgupta, Zoe WilliamsAndrew SmenosBuddy Nestor, and Ipek Sen flood the space with work from photography to mixed media, sculpture, and colored pigment smeared on flat surfaces. TNC Gallery, one of the largest and oldest alternative gallery spaces in Lower Manhattan, is located in The Theater For The New City and the exhibition runs between July 10 and August 25.

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Austinspace: a cultural guide to Austin, Texas

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By Victoria Selbach in New Photography on Tuesday 27 March 2012

I’m an East Coast girl with a growing lust for Austin, due in no small part to the incredible discoveries and adventures of Mirgun Akyavas, photographer extraordinaire. Austinspace takes you on a troll through the back roads, eating and drinking establishments, street art, and music scene of this colorful blue sky town.

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Beautiful work by New York artist Christian Johnson

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By Victoria Selbach in New Art on Tuesday 27 March 2012

Words cannot do justice to the beauty found in the work of New York-based artist Christian Johnson. Just look on below and be amazed.

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Big Wood: a group of woodworking artists

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By Victoria Selbach in New Art on Tuesday 27 March 2012

I hang out with a gaggle of painters. But truth be told, I have a big passion for artists who work with big wood. Those who carve, sculpt, build, hone, erect and create from massive rich slabs of earth’s finest materials. Here is a look into the work of Jason Lamberth, Greg Sweck, Mike Selbach, and Hanno Ahrens.

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Awesome jewelry design by Jake and Anna

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By Victoria Selbach in New Fashion on Tuesday 27 March 2012

After years of collecting bobbles from every corner of the planet, Jake and Anna bring it all together in one-of-a-kind talismans. Tibetan carved bone skulls, vintage American curiosities, fertility charms from Thailand, crosses from Lourdes, and Oms from India? Nothing is sacred.

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4th Annual Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle Show

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By Victoria Selbach in New Events on Tuesday 27 March 2012

Birthed in the gritty Autumn Bowl in 2009, The Brooklyn Invitational: Custom Motorcycle Show now enters its fourth year. Get a glimpse into last year’s event with this video by Richard Grabbe and check out portraits of the personalities by James Stone. The Brooklyn Invitational brings together the creative minds of builders who present a mind-blowing level of skill and imagination. It’s all on September 22 in Root Studios on N14th street.

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Secret Walls in Austin: street graphics by Mirgun Akyavas

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By Victoria Selbach in New Art on Tuesday 27 March 2012

Secret Walls made its way to Austin and the recent SXSW festival. Mirgun Akyavas of Austinspace caught the street graphics competition as they exploded during the three days and two nights of live art battles with Jon Burgerman, Bridge Stehli, Kev Bee, Dan Leo, Lamour Supreme, Joshua Sutterby (aka Alfa), Fel3000ft, and Smug.

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(Tasteful) Nudes by Victoria Selbach

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By Victoria Selbach in New Art on Tuesday 27 March 2012

I’m not sure what I enjoy more: playing in the light where it reveals the curves and seeps under the skin to show the beauty within or building up the darks to hint at all that rests beyond natural vision, the mystery beyond our reach. Here are my Marys dressed in shadow.

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