From an early age, Indian born, Los Angeles-based fine art photographer Rohina Hoffman understood that hair had power. At the age of seven, Hoffman’s two ponytails were unceremoniously cut off.
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The art museum where Patricia Piccinini’s peculiar world is on exhibition says the Australian artist’s hyper-realistic sculptures are magical, alluring, disturbing and bizarre. No question there.
In this Quick Hit, a reminder that we often forget to appreciate the talents of daily news photographers, like Stephane de Sakutin, who works for the news agency Agence France-Presse.
Berlin based artist Larissa Honsek creates these clay figures on her own time, collecting impressions from travel and everyday life.
In today’s Quick Hit, consider American sculptor Tony Matelli, who incorporates fruits, vegetables, cold cuts and other forms in his works, resulting in unorthodox objects that are both unsettling and comical.
In this Quick Hit, we appreciate new work by the visionary Barbara Cole, one of Canada’s pre-eminent photographers, whose ethereal work takes on painterly qualities.