Everyone loves or hates Jeff Koons. Still, there’s just no way to ignore just how audacious his work on these risque Kama Sutra glass sculptures are, right? You decide.
Luke Jerram makes exact glass replicas of harmful viruses and bacteria: SARS, HIV, E. Coli, and many more. Each replica is about 1,000,000 times the size of the actual virus/bacteria. Who would have though these nasty little organisms could look so beautiful?
Recently I got to check out Francesco Longenecker’s work at Rare Gallery. Longenecker paints quirky, colourful compositions that employ the use of hinterglasamaleri- a type of reverse glass painting. It’s interesting to see how Longenecker takes this method into such an expressive route. It makes for a strange optical phenomena dealing with space that gives […]
Curated by Nathan Purcell, the newly opened Easy Street Gallery, on Brooklyn’s Grand Street, features the work of a different glass artist each month. It’s mind-blowing stuff, a giant room full of dauntingly brilliant functional glass pipe creations.