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Exemplary use of chinese! Nice to see that SciArc finally embraced the       FG attitude!!

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Ole Lund Kirkegaard in Koldinghus [exhibition]

heeelloz, honestly i have no idea what this exhibition is about but its look f*ckin awesome. Luv the materials, textures and lighting. The whole theme park atmosphere got me into sharing this!

“An exhibition about Ole Lund Kirkegaard and his universe at the Koldinghus museum in Denmark. Created while working at Bureau Detours http://www.detours.biz/”

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Process Exhibition by Kamila Szczęsna

Polish artist Kamila Szczęsna’s latest installation invited viewers to witness something generally not displayed in a gallery: the sphere between the artistic intention and the final result.

Szczęsna attempts to understand and visually depict the processes she undergoes in her creative process. Hence, her most recent exhibition was titled Process; it showed until last week at the BWA Wroclaw Galleries of Contemporary Art in Warsaw, Poland.

The focal point was an installation for which she used liquid porcelain to ‘embalm’ ladies undergarments. Eventually, as time and external factors begin to dry out the porcelain, the bulky cocoons will decompose to reveal a delicate structure.

The installation is accompanied by drawings and sketches of cognitive moments and mind projections. These frames of a brain’s inner activity are devalued by time and emotion.

Szczęsna lives and works in Galveston, Texas, which she says further complicated the ‘process’ of preparing a show in Poland.

Studio BWA
ul. Ruska 46 a (2nd floor)
50-079 Warsaw

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for all mi fashionistaz out there

Guy Laramee // Book-worming

Yall know the obsession we have here at the FG with multidisciplinary dudes and art/architecture made of boks..Well time to acknowledge ze Masta in the field..Guy Laramee from la France killing it, hard to the bone..!


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Sculptures str8 from Portland // Ron Ulicny

yoyo readers,

what en exciting day this one has been so far..and it became even better ever since i stu,bled uppon this crazy mofo from Portland, Usa, Ron Ulicny and his awesomly creative hybrid sculptures..enjoy..




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I know the title of this post sounded more interesting and controversial than the actual content..whatever, thats the artist’s name

-I dont even know what that means
-No one knows what it means..but its provocative
-No its not

Under the Scope // Chris Burden

“metropolis II” is a hude noisy and chaotic city model, inspired directly from LA…

The artist reveals his vision of a hyper industrialized version of LA in the future where traffic flows could be ten times the rate they are now..

The exhibition is open since a couple of days ago and is hosted at the LACMA’s BCAM ground floor…

no text needed…the images talk by themselves………


Optical illusions // Riusuke Fukahori style


the images of that spanish/italian/random dude going all over cities

painting opticall illusions

have become superseeded…

here is some Far-East mystical shit from the sensei  Riusuke Fukahori in action….!! (+)


Exhibition IL LEE @ Art Projects International, TriBeCa Space

Exhibition warning for our readers in New York,

I think you are familiar with the work of Il Lee [link from FG archives(+)]; anyway we are happy to let you know we just received the Press.Release of the current exhibition entitled:

 IL LEE: Monoprints, Editions and Paintings.

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Monoprints, Editions and Paintings

October 11 – December 22, 2011

Art Projects International
434 Greenwich Street, Ground Floor
(corner of Greenwich St and Vestry St)
New York, NY 10013
Tel: 212.343.2599
Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11am – 6pm and Saturday, 12 – 5pm

Art Projects International is pleased to present at its new space in Tribeca, a solo exhibition of new limited edition prints and monoprints by Il Lee. These series of prints, with bright greens and blues and rich oranges and browns, have been created in discrete sets of themes which build on diverse explorations of mark-making. This recent focus on the etching process brings Lee back to a practice that was his initial course of study decades ago. Several paintings made concurrently with the prints also will be included in the exhibition. As his large scale works on canvas and on paper suggest at once the monumental and the fundamental dynamism of nature, these new prints convey scale and movement beyond the possibilities their modest formats suggest. 

In the monoprint Hanro – M1, etched lines twist around an area of form created by a dense intersection of those same lines. Some lines corkscrew in or out of view; others seem to halt and turn back on themselves. Lee allows, in all these recent etchings, for his lines to have different levels of energy–to develop their own personalities. In the Sosul edition, Lee uses a brushstroke effect to bring attention to series of parallel lines creating the effect; Lee trades the massing of infinite line he often uses to build massive form for abbreviated strokes that generate a meditation on process, mark making and composition. In the Gogu editions, short brushy stubs and grass-like protrusions or bush-like swirls bring abstractions in, not outright but somewhat close, association with nature. In some editions, Lee’s line is given free reign; it might consume the entire surface, explode from a corner, drop from the sky or rise like smoke. The energy of other prints is evocative of Lee’s earlier ballpoint pen work. 

As Lee has done throughout his career with new projects and through experimentation, he extends his lexicon of mark making. On a press in his studio, Lee uses color and the special qualities of the etching surface to play with both line and the suggestion of line as he creates layering, atmosphere and the impression of near and far space. Lee’s prints allow for subtle variations of a different sort than in his paintings, and each practice visibly informs the other.

IL LEE is best known for his pioneering work with ballpoint pen that he began more than 30 years ago and continues today. Lee’s recent oil on canvas work and new prints bring the viewer back to Lee’s early investigations of materials and process.

Critically acclaimed and widely exhibited, Il Lee has been the subject of a retrospective at the San Jose Museum of Art and solo exhibitions at the Queens Museum of Art, the Vilcek Foundation, and the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, Texas. His work has, also been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, the Smithsonian Museum of Art and the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.

For more information please call 212.343.2599 or email api@artprojects.com

Art Projects International new location
434 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013