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red-lipstick:

Katy Wiedemann (USA) - Skeletal Torso Rendering, 2013    Drawings 

red-lipstick:

Katy Wiedemann (USA) - Skeletal Torso Rendering, 2013    Drawings 


asylum-art:

Douglas D. Prince: I’m looking for things that I haven’t seen before

“My creative evolution in photography is driven by my observations, my response to the environment, seeing things, and a need to manifest this vision into a tangible form. Another motivation is my curiosity about image processes and how these processes affect my perceptions.
I’ve been working to build a personal vision where craft and content fuse, teaching me to see the world photographically. Photography is the tool I use to search my environment. For me, the medium is as important as the content in making an image and it is an integral part of the image making process. I have explored traditional and alternative processes with the same passion that I‘ve explored my environment.

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asylum-art:

Joanne Nam

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Joanne Nam’s paintings are only a fraction of the lush, labyrinthian stories that inspired their creation. Stark, finely wrought visions of nightwalks and blurry memories populate the landscape of Nam’s world, leaving a ghostly but familiar chill with the viewer. In this interview, Joanne Nam delves into her upbringing in the forests of Korea, relating the strange impressions her life has left on her that continue to inspire her work. “I am not going to paint an old man dragging a dead dog,” she says—a recurring memory of hers—“However, I would definitely paint a girl feeling the strangely beautiful disturbance.” Nam lives and works in Los Angeles.

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theories-of:

Ken Price. Liquid Rock, 2004; Acrylic and ink on paper

theories-of:

Ken Price. Liquid Rock, 2004; Acrylic and ink on paper


asylum-art:

Ben Smith Artist: Mythologies Explore the Banal & Bizarre

Ben Smith’s paintings take the ordinary, even the banal, and transforms it into something curious and unique. Many of his works are portraits, but far from recording reality, they touch on the surreal by adding multiples of the subject, other strangely placed characters, or even conjoined creatures that are obliquely interacted with. In short, his subjects are experiencing something pretty far out.
Especially in his series Personal Mythology, paintings seem to touch on feelings of doubt and divergences within a personality, giving rise to a quiet search for resolution, perhaps found in a greater sense of identity. What is it to have two versions of yourself? To see yourself as both large and small, or another creature entirely?
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Sungseok Ahn’s series entitled “Historic Present”

South Korean artist Sungseok Ahn’s series entitled “Historic Present” questions the memory of past from the fast changing scenery of today. By overlapping a historical location with an old image of that exact place, he questions the way we treat our history and explores the dynamics between space and time at the same time.

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asylum-art:

Ellen Rogers photography 

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Lara Stone by Mark Seliger for Vogue Russia July 2011

Lara Stone by Mark Seliger for Vogue Russia July 2011

l-homme-que-je-suis:

KRISVANASSCHE Fall/Winter 2014 Campaign Photographed by Alessio Bolzoni and Styled by Mauricio Nardi

l-homme-que-je-suis:

KRISVANASSCHE Fall/Winter 2014 Campaign Photographed by Alessio Bolzoni and Styled by Mauricio Nardi