George Byrne’s photographs capture pastel hues seen on the streets of Sydney, Miami, and Los Angeles. The photos are then rearranged into collage, sometimes to the point of near abstraction.
Artist Tony Toscani captures “the zeitgeist of the millennial generation” in a solo exhibition called Dayreamers, on through Oct. 13 at Massey Klein Gallery in New York City. His paintings feature figures who grapple with social anxiety, disillusionment, boredom, and vanity.
Oleh Sirant is a Toronto artist specializing in staged, large-scale digital photography, with a focus on contemporary portraiture. His digital images are printed on canvas with archival ink.
These animated illustrations are gems, showcasing the talent of Carlín Díaz, a Venezuelan graphic artist and animation director living in Paris. His portfolio covers a wide variety of art, but these videos most clearly show off his saucy, psychedelic style.
Vancouver artist Ivea Baklane paints vivid colours and shapes with a vibrancy reminiscent of David Hockney. The Latvian-born artist, who has an MFA, comes from a family of artists, and exhibited in Riga, Berlin, Prague and Rome before immigrating to Canada in 2002.
Few shots can match the appeal of a well executed sequence photograph, such as this work by Vancouver-based Scott Serfas. Or the one below, by Jonatan Nylander of Sweden “Sequence photography is a technique of shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive […]