Chevron 1, 2011 and Chevron 2, 2011 wood, linen, leather, oil, steel 74 x 13 x 9″ (each) Holly Wheatcroft’s kinetic sculptures feature wooden shapes covered in linen and oil, arranged vertically to spin around a central pole. As the shapes move and turn, the viewer is encouraged […]
Rachel Foullon’s solo exhibition at ltd los angeles is a mind-boggling combination of 35 layered and entangled clusters of found materials and fabrics, including old ropes, frayed electrical cords, cracked garden hoses and other out-of-use items gutted from an old cow barn in upstate New York. –Cluster X, […]
Romania artist Rihor Alin sculpted this chastity-style lingerie from steel, part of an expansive body of up-and-coming work. The medieval looking intimates are simultaneously delicate and dark. See more on SaatchiOnline, here.
Frans Muhren of Amsterdam likes working in contradictions. The results are a joy to behold. -Sitting Mummy (green-rust), metal -Four Legs, Four Profiles, metal -Silhouettes, metal sculpture -Dead Men Walking, plastic, moulded skulls on moulded legs -Streamer 2, iron -Corporate Identity I, three painted neckties in the wind, […]
A stripe seen from head-on is a dot, a dot seen from the side could very well be a stripe. Brussels-based Canadian artist Zin Taylor is working his way through the Story of Stripes and Dots, a look at how art is made, and what are the building […]
The Havana-based art collective Los Carpinteros (The Carpenters) has created some of the most important work to emerge from Cuba in the past decade. The duo merges architecture, design, and sculpture in unexpected and often humorous ways, as in these examples of their work. Los Carpinteros website, here. […]