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    Just picked up this piece from Denver artist Brittany Gould:

    http://brittanygould.com/



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    Richard Saba

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    Default D. Koba



    Broken

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    Default Yanni Floros

    All drawn with a pencil




    I'm not rich enough to buy cheap things...

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    ^ Really amazing technical work! Has a Robert Longo vibe to it.

    http://robertlongo.com/work/gallery/1322





    Robert Longo charcoal on mounted paper

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    Wow...those are pretty amazing. I especially like the fireman and the two girls.

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    found this one by Basquiat particularly inspired -

    http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/p...f90c709&page=5

    (Pardon the obnoxious auction link, don't know how to grab the image on there in a high resolution)
    www.matthewhk.net

    let me show you a few thangs

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    is this the same guy that did that huge squirrel on berry and north 6ish in brooklyn?

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    Christopher Wool, Eurotrash, Enamel on linen, 2004

    yikes that didn't turn out too well, the painting is just the rectangular space with paint on it, the two white bars on either side are not part of the work. just got the pic off the artist's site
    www.matthewhk.net

    let me show you a few thangs

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    this is driving me crazy....i'm trying to find this guy's blog. he's an artist from san francisco who now lives in new york. he has a blogspot blog with more pics....i bookmarked but my bookmarks got deleted.
    anyone know this guy's name? i think it's walter something maybe?

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    These are from an early series of paintings by Vija Celmins in a series called "television and disaster" done in the 60's . I really enjoy this work for its solemnity it ranges from images of floor heaters to violent scenes but all are crafted in the same sort of detached way, very much how her later work would appear but the imagery of this work is much more charged than the scenes of water and stars she is known for.
    what is black?
    an absence, a presence, a mood, a mantle.
    -Martin Margiela

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    Quote Originally Posted by laughed View Post
    this is driving me crazy....i'm trying to find this guy's blog. he's an artist from san francisco who now lives in new york. he has a blogspot blog with more pics....i bookmarked but my bookmarks got deleted.
    anyone know this guy's name? i think it's walter something maybe?
    frank haines. he shows at lisa cooley.

  15. #595

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    GOOD CALL! thanks....i emailed a couple of art information gurus and they had no idea. YES! I love his stuff.

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    Richard Serra - Out-of-round-x
    1999

    Similar to the feeling I get when I see Yohji Yamamoto voluminous black clothes. Being confronted with elemental intensities.
    Last edited by admin; 06-18-2012 at 07:03 AM.

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    Will you kindly resize your hole. Before it swallows us whole.

    pls & thx.
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    Interest1, your request was poetic and reasonable. But I also see the virtue of posting it much bigger to intensify the experience (look at the textures!) and hopefully the appreciation for the art work.

    These two opposite extremes brings about a tension that leads to inaction.

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