New limited edition prints available!! These are high quality archival prints of my piece "Five ravens" which are signed and numbered by your's truly.
Edition of 50
Signed and numbered
Size: 12x24in (30x60cm)
Paper: Epson Archival Matt
Wold wide shipping included
I only have 11 copies left so drop me a messege if you're interested in getting your hands on one 🙂
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Women-Nine for Christmas
15/12/18 - 23/12/18
9 artists, 9 women, 9 different visions to discover. A fascinating kaleidoscope of shapes and colours, a unique network of concepts braided together.
To disappear amongst things in order to find ourselves even more.
According to Maurice Merleau-Ponty, the body inhabits space, it’s not in space. The space of the inhabiting, meant in the sense of intrinsically aesthetic experience and formal configuration, as well as a mirroring of the self in a confined (or boundless) place one makes one’s own.
Francesca Woodman, Untitled, Rome, May 1977-August 1978.
This is a recent commission I painted for someone, 31.5 x 31.5”. My artist page is @smt__art. I currently have a deal on my commissions, limited numbers of 3 sizes which can be bought up to the 25th December!
Would you hang this Highland in your house? 🐄🌈
Maxim teamed up with speakeasy gallery Good Luck Dry Cleaners (GLDC) to transform the venue into a visual wonderland decked out with luxurious one-of-a-kind installations made on location, like a 24k gold Pool Cabana Installation, complete with GLDC magnum bottles by Edward Acosta. Modern artist Jeremy Penn and contemporary stencil artist Lambros displayed stunning 8 foot tall canvases inspired by Carter's cover shoot that enthralled the 600-plus guests
Hotel walls, bathrooms, doors were brought to life with custom artwork and signature details by prolific artists JPO, sacsix and Phil Reese
Maxim cover model: Chase Carter (@lilbabycheezus) & Meredith Mickelson (@meredithmickelson)
Art by: @goodluckdrycleaners@eacostabrand@jeremypenn@lambrosart@jpoart@sacsix@pjreese5 📸 @worldredeye 🎤 @yogotti 🔊 @djmadlinx@irie
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▶️Controller of the Universe, 2007
Through the use of wit and humor, Damián Ortega deconstructs familiar objects and processes altering their functions and transforming them into novel experiences and scenarios. Ortega’s work plays with a scale that ranges from the molecular to the cosmic, applying the concepts of physics to human interactions where chaos, accidents, and instability produce a system of relations in flux. Inverting and dissecting, reconfiguring and zooming in, he explores the tension that underlies every object and the infinite world inside them. The result of his inquiries reveals the interdependence of diverse components, be it within a complex engineered machine or a social system. Although his projects –which he envisions through drawing– take form in sculpture, installation, performance, film, and photography, for Ortega the work of art is always an action: an event. His experiments inhabit a space where possibility and everydayness converge to activate a transcendent new way of looking at simple objects and routine interactions.