rob-art:

(via Lauren Coulson)
rob-art:


WILHELM SASNAL

rob-art:

WILHELM SASNAL

hijaktaffairs:

jonathan beer
tell me why II, 2012
oil on canvas, 66 x 90”

hijaktaffairs:

jonathan beer

tell me why II, 2012

oil on canvas, 66 x 90”

hijaktaffairs:

jonathan beer
cb vibration I, 2012
oil on canvas
23 x 23”

hijaktaffairs:

jonathan beer

cb vibration I, 2012

oil on canvas

23 x 23”

museumuesum:

Francis Bacon

Jet of Water, 1988
Oil on canvas, 1980 x 1475 mm

museumuesum:

Francis Bacon

Jet of Water, 1988

Oil on canvas, 1980 x 1475 mm

(via sympathyfortheartgallery)

contemporaryartdaily:

Robin Bruch at Mathew

bomoarts:

The Incredibly Real Yet Distorted Art of Jens Hesse

By: Dayna Spinner

Where most of us groan when a distorted satellite signal mangles the image on the TV screen Jens Hesse finds inspiration. The majority of Hesse’s works are inspired by a variety of digital aberrations- deliberate and otherwise- such as datamosh and interlacing issues, which are particularly infuriating for those of us in the video world. What is so interesting is that he is taking something that is about movement over time and transforming it into something that is static and stuck-in-the-moment. I can’t help but wonder if there is significance behind what portion of the images he chooses to distort in his work, especially regarding the portraits. Not to mention what does he draw upon for reference, does he distort the image then paint it?
This fashion designer turned fine artist has taken his former profession and turned it into an integral part of his process. When Hesse was in fashion design he worked mainly with denim products. As an artist, the “canvas” he chooses to use for his distorted works is corduroy. The use of this textile further achieves his ends of painting distorted images simply by its textural nature.

(via bomoarts)

hijaktaffairs:

etienne zack
official, 2011
oil on linen, 48x42”
mrkiki:

hijaktaffairs:

etienne zack

official, 2011

oil on linen, 48x42”

mrkiki:

hijaktaffairs:

denyse thomasos
birdie, 2009

hijaktaffairs:

denyse thomasos

birdie, 2009

jmwine:

Richard Diebenkorn

jmwine:

Richard Diebenkorn