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Hyeseung Marriage-Song Honors Frankenstein, Golem Myth in Paintings

To mark the recent 200th anniversary of Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, oil painter Hyeseung Marriage-Song crafted largescale paintings that are influenced by both the classic book and the mythology of the golem. The artist collaborated with writer Tommy Zurhellen, who offered his own retelling of the story, each pulling from those timeless psychological themes in different ways. More...


The Human-Filled Clocks of Maarten Baas

Using video work and other technology, Maarten Baas creates clocks that appear to be inhabited by men who appear to be manually keeping time, each actually a 12-hour recorded performance being displayed. Heís created these in varying scales, from human-sized grandfather clocks to the major project Schiphol clock, located international terminal of an Amsterdam airport.More...


Ryan Travis Christianís Classic Animation-Inspired Drawings

Ryan Travis Christianís small-scale graphite drawings are the latest to occupy Arsham/Fieg Gallery, the minature gallery inside KITH in New York City. The artist crafts daily meditations that are influenced by vintage, handdrawn animation and contemporary issues. The 7Ē-by-10Ē works are shown at the space through April 2.More...


The Wood-Cut Relief Prints of Simon Lice

Simon Lices wood-cut relief collages are stirring looks inside the human body. In a recent show at Outre Gallery, titled ďHeadaches Coughing Fits,Ē the artist offered a set of these works, combining talents in drawing, printmaking, and curation of hues. The Melbourne-based artist, a jeweler by trade, is also influenced by tattoo culture.More...


The Sci-Fi-Infused Paintings of Atsushi Fukui

Combining lush landscapes with pop and sci-fi elements, Atsushi Fukuiís paintings carry both a mystery and elegance in their execution. The artist has said that there isnt actually one narrative driving these scenes, yet he crafts the works in a way to imply so. A recent body of work carries both tones of space epics and mythology.More...


Massive Drawings of Joel Daniel Phillips Featured at Fort Wayne Museum

The lifesized, realistic portraits crafted by Joel Daniel Phillips currently inhabit the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in the new exhibition Charcoal Testament. With pencil and charcoal, the artistís subjects have moved between the impoverished and the reality and the aftermath of nuclear testing near the Western coast. More...


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