Mark Powell does extraordinary drawings on vintage envelopes dating as far back as the 1800s – this one a 1965 fold-over airmail. The London-based artist has endless facility for communicating the history of these craggy, elderly faces, in all their folds and wrinkles. Such beautiful work.
British artist Rachel Whiteread’s celebrated artwork Place (Village) is now on permanent display at the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood in London. The sculptural work features a ‘community’ of about 150 vintage doll houses which Whiteread collected over 20 years.
I’m not normally into celebrity and don’t pay more than passing attention to what’s going on in that world. But when I saw these rare photos (up for auction by WestLicht), I had to explore. These are exceptional photographs, many held until now in private collections, seen by […]
Heidi Kepnes creates collages with found objects, paper, string, photographs, wax and other media. Many of her works are partly encaustic. Based in Salem, Massachusetts, Kepnes says she is “drawn to the beauty of decay and its allusion to the passage of time, and to collective and personal […]
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THE 1920s SELFIE Photograph by The Byron Company via The Museum of the City of New York In this fascinating capture from nearly a century ago, we see the photographers of the Byron Company getting together for a portrait on…
The London gallery Scream is showing Greg Miller’s new mixed media works that explore the urban streetscape of his American roots. In paint and collage, he references travels with his father from northern California through the San Joaquin Valley in the 1950s, recording with his young artist eye […]