This past weekend in NYC, as part of the Crossing the Line festival, the financial district was invaded by these colorful contortionist performers, led by choreographer Willi Dorner in a piece called “Bodies in Urban Spaces.” The results were hilarious. You can see more pics @ the Wall Street Journal.
Being from Miami, winter can be especially hard for me. I’m constantly seeking out ways to cheer myself up when the sun doesn’t quite rise for (what seems like) days on end. Tanning salons, hot yoga, wearing a bikini underneath my 10 layers of clothing – I’ve tried all the cheap mental tricks in the [...]
The Sketchbook Project is a new yearly exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Art House Co-Op. Organized through their local gallery/shop, The Brooklyn Art Library, The Sketchbook Project is a traveling exhibition of sketchbooks created by artists like YOU. “Anyone – from anywhere in the world – can be a part of the Project. To participate [...]
These fashionable paintings by Guim Tió of Barcelona make me smile. | via The Fox is Black
Noemie Lafrance is well-known for her site specific choreography pieces and for her work on Feist’s video “1234″. MELT, originally choreographed and performed in 2003 in Brooklyn, has been an evolving piece of hers, garnering more and more attention as it grows. It started as a 3 person performance, 12 minutes long, and has grown [...]
Seemingly quiet for most of 2010, B’L’ing is a traveling trading post that screens and exchanges bootleg video art and rare media. This is their “RGB Poster,” composed of several colorful film stills. Also love these BL’ing alternative movie posters by Amy Yao.
I dig these abstract paintings by Melanie Authier. | via Triangulation
We have to admit, we’re slightly jealous of everyone heading to Art Basel this week in Miami. We had a really great time the years we’ve gone and the fest only seems to be getting better. We’re especially bummed about not getting to see this awesomeness – an environmental installation by Miami locals FriendsWithYou. We [...]
Charles Saatchi, Chapman Brothers Two Minute Portraits by Damien Florebert Cuypers. These were done at the Frieze Art Fair for Nowness. | via It’s Nice That Hans Ulrich Obrist (one of my personal heroes), Tracey Emin John Baldessari, Jeff Koons
David Bowen’s installation, on view at The National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland, “re-creates a wave by drawing real-time information from a buoy on the Pacific Ocean. The wave intensity and frequency is scaled and transferred to the mechanical grid structure,” through the use of wires. We
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