“There is nothing in this world that does not have a decisive moment” —Henri Cartier-Bresson Apparently the decisive moment even applies to shuttin’ off the TeeVee. I really like the photographs in Stephan Tillmans’ Luminant Point Arrays project. He captures these beautiful minimal images that I’m sure I’ve seen a million times without ever thinking [...]
Nick Cave, a New Orleans-style marching band, Soundsuit performances by Cornish College of the Arts, DJ Riz, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and about fifty other cool things this Friday at SAM Remix. It is sold out, but the first 50 in masks get in free.
Apparently, our museums have a gambling problem. For the second year in a row, two rival art museums have conjured up the year’s most entertaining Super Bowl bet. From ArtInfo: The Carnegie Museum of Art has wagered Pierre Renoir’s playful, fleshy Bathers with a Crab on a Pittsburgh Steelers victory. The Milwaukee Art Museum has [...]
December’s First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square is tomorrow. Local artists have worked hard to showcase their best works. People are cheerful and in the giving spirit. It’s opportunity to support local artists, find unique gifts, and support local charities and non-profits. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll find this Thursday, December 2nd. Ryan [...]
eARTh 350 is exploring how art can affect social change. From Nov. 20–27, the week before this year’s UN Climate Meetings, 350.org is coordinating over a dozen public art installations about climate change across the globe. Will this planetary scale exhibit achieve a new perspective on the planetary challenge of global warming? A satellite company, [...]
Descend into a dark and beguiling re-imagination of natural growth, decay, disease, and perseverance. Spanning three rooms of Inscape, Under combines interactive installation, video, dance, sculptural costuming, and original music. Journey through this mysterious world, explore, and engage with the environment, and witness performances by Under’s unusual inhabitants. Under is collaboratively conceived of and created [...]
Sneak Peak at some of art that will be at Bherd’s Take 5 exhibit opening Friday, November 12th running through December 24th. Opening artist reception is this Friday from 6–10pm. Take 5 celebrates the giving of art for the holiday season. Habitat for Huge Manatees by Marty Gordon. Drift Away by Brian Ripp. Take 5 [...]
olimpius nr 1, © olek I recently discovered the Polish Artist Olek and I love her colorful, thought-provoking installations. Olek herself says about her work:”I think crochet, the way I create it, is a metaphor for the complexity and interconnectedness of our body and its systems and psychology. The connections are stronger as one fabric [...]
Are your storage boxes in your office space? Or part of your living space? Here is a fun way to spruce them up. Desktop Mountaintop, by artist Jason Urban is part of the Repercussions: Tides and Time exhibit at Soil Art Gallery in Pioneer Square through October 31st.
My dad makes cool random art sometimes. His big yard on the busy Airport Hwy is his gallery. I particularly enjoy this white picket patriotism piece he made to celebrate independence. The structure is 50′ long and 15′ high, pretty wild for citizens of Delta, OH (The Heart of it All). His blog, The Aristocrats, [...]