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Amazing installations by Clemens Behr

Somehow Clemens Behr’s amazing installations and sculptures remind me of the collective consciousness arising out of the detritus of our overdriven reality.

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Notes From Chris hijacks NYC

Notes from Chris is an incredible public art project started by Todd Lamb in 2008 which consists of weird notes, written by a fictional person named Chris, that are posted … Read more

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Melissa Webb

I first saw the work of artist Melissa Webb at an exhibit at the H&H Building in Baltimore. She had converted the sub-roof space of the building into a colorful, … Read more

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Pepa Prieto

Spanish artist Pepa Prieto weaves intricate and elusive narratives with her innocently psychedelic style — smiling creatures tangle into each other and matrixes of magical machines and bear-skin-clad people explore … Read more

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Michael Velliquett

Madison, Wisconsin-based multi-media artist Michael Velliquett has done the psychedelic tribal thing rather compellingly in video, drawings, and sculptures, but his cut paper work truly highlights his ability to render … Read more

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Michael Johansson

Swedish artist Michael Johansson assembles piles of common, everyday objects into monolithic sculptures and installations, fitting all the pieces together perfectly like a game of Tetris. The resulting forms imply … Read more

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Tommi Toija

The child-like figures in Tommi Toija’s sculptures and installations have a certain Mr. Bill-like quality about them with their blank eyes and perplexed expressions.

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Katherine Mangiardi

I learned of the work of New York artist Katherine Mangiardi from the Merchant’s House Museum of all places. So appropriate. Mangiardi’s paintings of lace are unbelievably haunting, like the … Read more

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Mark Dean Veca

This is at last the artist the 1960s was desperately trying to produce. Mark Dean Veca’s installations electrify galleries and museums with an ethereal pop ecstasy the previous generation only … Read more

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