Underwater photography by Mallory Morrison

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Monday 18 February 2013

Mallory Morrison’s photography captures the surreal beauty of life underwater. At some point, probably everyone has fantasized about having the ability to breath underwater. Every little girl wants to be a mermaid and every little boy wishes he had underwater super powers like Aquaman. Mallory Morrison is the photography genie who grants those wishes.

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Paintings of female forms suffocated by slimy creatures

Ash Lethal Reader Find

By Ash Lethal in New Art on Wednesday 7 March 2012

Monica Cook is an American visual artist working in several different medias. Cook’s surrealistic paintings are both disturbing and intriguing; female forms suffocated by the limbs of slimy creatures and messy foods.

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Ron English Reader Find

By Ron English in New Art on Friday 30 July 2010

A collective of mind numbing new surrealists from around the globe, this one stop visual shop is the quickest way to get current on the movement.

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Bonnie Durham’s long necked artwork

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By Melissa Banigan in New Art on Monday 7 September 2009

I’m loving New York painter Bonnie Durham’s new work. Evoking the long-necked beauties of Mannerists and the highly stylized work of the Surrealists, Durham seems also to have tapped into a strange cross between J.J. Audubon’s spirit and the ghost of an 80s era gutter-punk (think gorgeous birds and drip-painting). Just coming down from the […]

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Zdzislaw Beksinski

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 27 February 2008

H.R. Geiger has nothing on Polish painter Zdzislaw Bekinski. The late artist’s obsessively rendered and nightmarish visions draw as much from Bosch and the Renaissance as they do from the surrealists while still capturing modern notions of death and terror.

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