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Posted by Pascal Rey Photographies on 2017-07-17 15:40:25

Tagged: , Graffitis , Graffs , Graffiti , graffIK , photograffik , Tags , POP-Art , PoP , Pochoirs , stencils , Spray-Art , spray , fresques murales , Fresques urbaines , Walls , wall paintings , wall drawings , peintures murales , Peintures urbaines , Photographie contemporaine , Photos , Photographie , Photography , Photographie urbaine , Pascal Rey Photographies , Sorry Graffiti , Art Urbain , Urban Art , URBAN PHOTOGRAPHY , Street Art , ART , Aruba , ABW

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Smiths Row, The Market Cross, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BT
Tel: +44 (0) 1284 762081

We are happy to welcome Australian artists Tanya Schultz, Nicole Andrijevic and John Kassab to Smiths Row in what is their first major British show. Schultz and Andrijevic have worked in collaboration since 2007 using the alias Pip & Pop and this is their second collaboration with sound artist Kassab.

Sweet sweet galaxy is a unique installation depicting an infinite psychedelic landscape. An amalgamation of numerous materials including coloured sugar, fine sand, cake decorations, origami, found objects, LED lights and sound, this colourful sensory kingdom will be constructed directly in the gallery space in early January.

The soundscape, created in collaboration with Melbourne-based John Kassab, adds another layer of immersion to the audience experience and sense of being transported to a faraway or imagined place. Whilst the soundscape adds to the narrative of the imagined landscape, interpreting the sounds with sugar has been central to Pip & Pop’s process when working with John.

The sugar used in this exhibition has been kindly donated by Silverspoon. As the sole producers of homegrown British sugar the company supports 1200 East Anglian beet farmers. According to Dan Gough of Silverspoon: "the sugar used in this exhibition was grown an average of 30 miles away from the gallery".

Posted by Karen Roe on 2011-02-19 12:40:54

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“Mixed Media Sculpture by Samsul Arifin (b.1979): Musafir Artist #1, 2013 (“Goni”: Resin, leather, jute, steel, wood)” / Nadi Gallery / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.6D.13970

“Mixed Media Sculpture by Samsul Arifin (b.1979): Musafir Artist #1, 2013 (“Goni”: Resin, leather, jute, steel, wood)” / Nadi Gallery / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.6D.13970

Artworks which are character-driven is an unusual thread seen in Asian contemporary artworks. In Japanese pop art, Yoshitomo Nara has his innocent girls and lonesome puppies. In Indonesia, artist Samsul Arifin created a whole series of work surrounding a kapok-stuffed doll with goggly plastic eyes—Goni.

The sculpture in the foreground is titled “Musafir Artist”, where Goni is seen riding a camel-like figure while carrying a bag of artist supplies with him on a journey out. In the back, a painting (triptych) titled “Petualang Ilmu di Negeri Unta” (Knowledge of the adventurous camel? Google Translate).

To the gallerists whom I talked to, Goni is seen as the artist’s own avatar, and through this avatar the artist is writing his own autobiography in the works of his art.

Samsul Arifin was born in 1979. I was as surprised as you to find someone younger than me with works at Art Basel. Indonesia is truly full of surprises. You see why I am planning for a visit soon?

Crazyisgood. SML Love.

Samsul Arifin (b. 1979 Indonesia)
Musafir Artist #1
2013
Resin, leather, jute, steel, wood
240 x 210 x 60 cm

Samsul Arifin (b. 1979 Indonesia)
Petualang Ilmu di Negeri Unta
2013
acrylic on canvas
300 x 600 cm (triptych)

# Samsul Arifin
b. March 5, 1979 in Malang, Indonesia

# Nadi Gallery
Based in Jakarta, Nadi Gallery is an art gallery founded by Biantoro Santoso, a young collector of Indonesian art. The Indonesian word nadi means "aorta", "artery", "vein" that evokes the idea of signaling pulsation. Without pulsation, the aorta soon looses its significance for life. As the name indicates, the Gallery’s principal programs of exhibitions have been aspiring to present the pulses of recent developments in contemporary art in Indonesia.

Jl. Kembang Indah III Blok G3 no. 4-5 Puri Indah
Jakarta 11610
Indonesia
www.nadigallery.com/

# SML Data
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+ Exposure: 1/30 sec at f/4.0
+ Focal Length: 20 mm
+ ISO: 100
+ Flash: Did not fire
+ Camera: Canon EOS 6D
+ Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
+ GPS: 22°16’58" N 114°10’22" E
+ Location: 香港會議展覽中心 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
+ Workflow: Lightroom 4
+ Serial: SML.20130523.6D.13970
+ Series: 新聞攝影 Photojournalism, SML Fine Art, Art Basel Hong Kong 2013

# Media Licensing
Creative Commons (CCBY) See-ming Lee 李思明 / SML Photography / SML Universe Limited

“Mixed Media Sculpture by Samsul Arifin (b.1979): Musafir Artist #1, 2013 (“Goni”: Resin, leather, jute, steel, wood)” / Nadi Gallery / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.6D.13970
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Posted by See-ming Lee (SML) on 2013-06-01 08:27:13

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Posted by Pascal Rey Photographies on 2017-04-07 07:38:39

Tagged: , Street Art , indoor , intérieur , Graffitis , Graffs , Graffiti , Tags , Pochoirs , POP-Art , PoP , ART , Art Urbain , Aruba , Urban Art , Photographie contemporaine , Photos , Photographie , Photography , Pascal Rey Photographies , Nikon , D700 , DigiKam , digiKam-users , Open source , Free Software , Drôme , Drôme des collines , drawings , paintings , Walls , Murs , murales , murale , muros , fresques murales , peintures murales , wall paintings , wall drawings , Grand-Serre , Le Grand Serre , FRANCE

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Posted by Pascal Rey Photographies on 2017-07-17 15:40:17

Tagged: , Graffitis , Graffs , Graffiti , graffIK , photograffik , Tags , POP-Art , PoP , Pochoirs , stencils , Spray-Art , spray , fresques murales , Fresques urbaines , Walls , wall paintings , wall drawings , peintures murales , Peintures urbaines , Photographie contemporaine , Photos , Photographie , Photography , Photographie urbaine , Pascal Rey Photographies , Sorry Graffiti , Art Urbain , Urban Art , URBAN PHOTOGRAPHY , Street Art , ART , Aruba , ABW

“Mixed Media Installation by Yayoi Kusama: Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow, 2012 (FRP, metal, paint)” / Ota Fine Arts / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.6D.13836

“Mixed Media Installation by Yayoi Kusama: Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow, 2012 (FRP, metal, paint)” / Ota Fine Arts / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.6D.13836

Well known for her use of polka dots and her thematic interest in psychedelic colors in environmental installations, the artworks by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama (草間 彌生 or 弥生, Kusama Yayoi) is hard to miss. Although she is well in her 80s (b. 1929), her work has a child-like curiosity which is like no other.

These larger-than-life flowers bear more resemblance to one which could be found on video games like Mario Brothers than reality, but it is precisely their magical qualities which made them so appealing to the masses. It is thus no wonder that Kusama’s work has consistently performed strongly in the art market world wide and is considered one of the most important living artists today.

# Art Info
Yayoi Kusama
Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow, 2012
FRP (Fibre-reinforced plastic), metal, paint
H200 x 200 x 426 cm
78 3/4 x 78 3/4 x 167 3/8 in

# Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama (草間 彌生 or 弥生 Kusama Yayoi, born March 22, 1929) is a Japanese artist and writer. Throughout her career she has worked in a wide variety of media, including painting, collage, sculpture, performance art and environmental installations, most of which exhibit her thematic interest in psychedelic colors, repetition and pattern. A precursor of the pop art, minimalist and feminist art movements, Kusama influenced contemporaries such as Andy Warhol and Claes Oldenburg. Although largely forgotten after departing the New York art scene in the early 1970s, Kusama is now acknowledged as one of the most important living artists to come out of Japan, and an important voice of the avant-garde

www.yayoi-kusama.jp/‎
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yayoi_Kusama/

# Ota Fine Arts

Established in Tokyo in 1994, over the past nineteen years Ota Fine Arts has defined itself as a pioneer of Japanese contemporary art. Since its foundation, the gallery has promoted diverse Japanese artists, including the internationally acclaimed Yayoi Kusama and Hiraki Sawa.

Over the last few years, Ota Fine Arts has injected its programs with more regional character, originality, and qualities prevalent in the Asian cultural belt. The gallery has held exhibitions by various artists from Korea, China, Southeast Asia, and Iran. It opened a new space in Singapore in 2012.

For Art Basel in Hong Kong 2013, Ota Fine Arts is presenting a solo show of Yayoi Kusama, in collaboration with Victoria Miro Gallery.

47 Malan Road, #01-23 Gillman Barracks
Singapore 109444
Singapore

3F Piramide Building, 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku
Tokyo 106-0032
Japan

www.otafinearts.com/

# SML Data
+ Date: 2013-05-23T15:37:47+0800
+ Dimensions: 3422 x 5201
+ Exposure: 1/40 sec at f/4.0
+ Focal Length: 17 mm
+ ISO: 160
+ Flash: Did not fire
+ Camera: Canon EOS 6D
+ Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
+ GPS: 22°16’58" N 114°10’22" E
+ Location: 香港會議展覽中心 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
+ Workflow: Lightroom 4
+ Serial: SML.20130523.6D.13836
+ Series: 新聞攝影 Photojournalism, SML Fine Art, Art Basel Hong Kong 2013

# Media Licensing
Creative Commons (CCBY) See-ming Lee 李思明 / SML Photography / SML Universe Limited

“Mixed Media Installation by Yayoi Kusama: Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow, 2012 (FRP, metal, paint)” / Ota Fine Arts / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.6D.13836
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Posted by See-ming Lee (SML) on 2013-05-26 04:06:50

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Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Smiths Row, The Market Cross, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BT
Tel: +44 (0) 1284 762081

We are happy to welcome Australian artists Tanya Schultz, Nicole Andrijevic and John Kassab to Smiths Row in what is their first major British show. Schultz and Andrijevic have worked in collaboration since 2007 using the alias Pip & Pop and this is their second collaboration with sound artist Kassab.

Sweet sweet galaxy is a unique installation depicting an infinite psychedelic landscape. An amalgamation of numerous materials including coloured sugar, fine sand, cake decorations, origami, found objects, LED lights and sound, this colourful sensory kingdom will be constructed directly in the gallery space in early January.

The soundscape, created in collaboration with Melbourne-based John Kassab, adds another layer of immersion to the audience experience and sense of being transported to a faraway or imagined place. Whilst the soundscape adds to the narrative of the imagined landscape, interpreting the sounds with sugar has been central to Pip & Pop’s process when working with John.

The sugar used in this exhibition has been kindly donated by Silverspoon. As the sole producers of homegrown British sugar the company supports 1200 East Anglian beet farmers. According to Dan Gough of Silverspoon: "the sugar used in this exhibition was grown an average of 30 miles away from the gallery".

Posted by Karen Roe on 2011-02-19 12:44:02

Tagged: , Smiths Row , Art , Gallery , Exhibition , Pip & Pop , Sweet, Sweet Galaxy , Sweet , Galaxy , February , 2011 , Australian , Artists , Tanya Schultz , Nicole Andrijevic , John Kassab , Show , Unique , Psychedelic , Sugar , Coloured , Sand , Decorations , Origami , Paper , Objects , LED , Sensory , Kingdom , Space , Imagine , Magical , Silverspoon , British Sugar , East Anglian , Sugar Beet , Beet , Bury St Edmunds , Suffolk , England , UK , Great Britain , Karen Roe , Canon , 400D , Canon EOS 400D , Digital , Camera , Photography , DSLR , Photos , Image , Explore , Interesting , Inspiration , Geotagged

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop

Smiths Row, The Market Cross, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BT
Tel: +44 (0) 1284 762081

We are happy to welcome Australian artists Tanya Schultz, Nicole Andrijevic and John Kassab to Smiths Row in what is their first major British show. Schultz and Andrijevic have worked in collaboration since 2007 using the alias Pip & Pop and this is their second collaboration with sound artist Kassab.

Sweet sweet galaxy is a unique installation depicting an infinite psychedelic landscape. An amalgamation of numerous materials including coloured sugar, fine sand, cake decorations, origami, found objects, LED lights and sound, this colourful sensory kingdom will be constructed directly in the gallery space in early January.

The soundscape, created in collaboration with Melbourne-based John Kassab, adds another layer of immersion to the audience experience and sense of being transported to a faraway or imagined place. Whilst the soundscape adds to the narrative of the imagined landscape, interpreting the sounds with sugar has been central to Pip & Pop’s process when working with John.

The sugar used in this exhibition has been kindly donated by Silverspoon. As the sole producers of homegrown British sugar the company supports 1200 East Anglian beet farmers. According to Dan Gough of Silverspoon: "the sugar used in this exhibition was grown an average of 30 miles away from the gallery".

Posted by Karen Roe on 2011-02-19 12:43:58

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Heaven Beside You

Heaven Beside You

Enjoy my art? Visit the Shane Gorski Photography Store and enjoy it in print!

View On Black Much better viewed large on black!

This week I went through some more shots of Belgium and this on of the interior of the Sint Niklaaskerk in Ghent stirred some pleasant memories. Some of the cathedrals in Ghent were adamant about not letting anyone take pictures inside, probably because most average chums don’t even know who to turn their flash off, which steadily deteriorates paint. On the other hand in Sint Niklaaskerk the kind staff let me have at it since I probably looked like I knew what I was doing with a massive pro tripod and dorky DSLR. I will say St. Nicolaas Kerk in Amsterdam was way more impressive, but this sacred place still strikes me with it’s amazing beauty.

More of my trip pics are still going to pop up here and there, but DANG –I needed a break from them! Next post will be a little bit of a new twist my self-portrait.

See more photographs from
Netherlands and Belgium

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“Mixed Media Sculpture by Chiharu Shiota: Zustand des Seins (Kinderkleid) / State of Being (Children’s Dress), 2013” / ARNDT / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.EOSM.03954

“Mixed Media Sculpture by Chiharu Shiota: Zustand des Seins (Kinderkleid) / State of Being (Children’s Dress), 2013” / ARNDT / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.EOSM.03954

Chiharu Shiota (塩田 千春 Shiota Chiharu) is my favorite artist seen at Art Basel Hong Kong 2013. There are at least four sculptures from this series seen at the show. By the end of my visit I have learned her name intimately [1].

These series of sculptures all feature the same three raw materials: metal, threads and an everyday object. Their structural construction is the same. Color threads are secured to the metal frame where they travel in midair organically to form a cocoon-like structure to hold an everyday item—a children’s dress in this case—in mid air.

Great art to me always hold one property which is universal—pure magic through the process of an artist’s imagination. This is one such instance. Its presence is beyond what an image or words alone can transpire.

Highly recommended.

# Art Info
Chiharu Shiota
Zustand des Seins (Kinderkleid) / State of Being (Children’s Dress), 2013
Metal, children’s dress, red thread
120 x 80 x 45 cm
47.24 x 31.5 x 17.72 in

# Chiharu Shiota

Chiharu Shiota (塩田 千春 Shiota Chiharu?) is a Japanese installation artist born in 1972 in Osaka. She has been living and working in Berlin since 1996.

She studied at the Seika University in Kyoto and at various schools in Germany and is represented by ARNDT in Berlin and Galerie Daniel Templon in Paris.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiharu_Shiota

# ARNDT

Arndt & Partner was established in 1994 as one of the first contemporary art galleries in former East Berlin with an international profile. In the gallery’s eighteen years of operation, it has presented more than 270 exhibitions, produced sixty publications, and participated in approximately ninety international art fairs. Within this period the gallery has also operated spaces and offices in Zurich and New York City.

In 2010, the gallery changed its structure and location from Arndt & Partner at Zimmerstrasse, Checkpoint Charlie, to Arndt at Potsdamer Strasse, Schöneberg – again launching a new gallery district and adding to the everexpanding Berlin art scene.

In addition to the ongoing exhibition program of the Berlin gallery, Arndt is expanding its operations to the vibrant art landscapes of Asia – particularly Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region. While Arndt Berlin continues to present shows of international talents from around the world and to organize curatorial projects, Arndt also stages pop-up shows in unconventional, temporary spaces in Hong Kong, Sydney, Singapore, and Jakarta.

In January 2013 Arndt opened a project space, viewing room, and Asian office in Singapore: Arndt Singapore is situated in Gillman Barracks, the new art destination located in the center of Singapore, which houses galleries and creative businesses as well as the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), opening in 2013.

Potsdamer Strasse 96
10785 Berlin
Germany

Lock Road 22 #01-35
108939 Singapore
Singapore

www.arndtberlin.com/

# Notes
1. It usually takes me years to learn any one artist’s name, and for me to fall in love with one within an afternoon says something.

# SML Data
+ Date: 2013-05-23T14:05:28+0800
+ Dimensions: 3258 x 4523
+ Exposure: 1/100 sec at f/2.0
+ Focal Length: 22 mm
+ ISO: 100
+ Camera: Canon EOS M
+ Lens: Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM
+ GPS: 22°16’59" N 114°10’22" E
+ Location: 香港會議展覽中心 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
+ Workflow: Lightroom 4
+ Serial: SML.20130523.EOSM.03954
+ Series: 新聞攝影 Photojournalism, SML Fine Art, Art Basel Hong Kong 2013

# Media Licensing
Creative Commons (CCBY) See-ming Lee 李思明 / SML Photography / SML Universe Limited

“Mixed Media Sculpture by Chiharu Shiota: Zustand des Seins (Kinderkleid) / State of Being (Children’s Dress), 2013” / ARNDT / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.EOSM.03954
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Posted by See-ming Lee (SML) on 2013-05-24 06:11:22

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