allanbeagle
art , architecture , interiors , nature and some of my own things
allanbeagle
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heathwest:

Michael StaniakImage DNA, 2014Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles
“These works explore a new aesthetic in painting, one which is influenced by digital technologies, including touch pads, smart phones, personal computing and the Internet. Technologies such as these are enabling a new kind of authorship, where everyone from the professional to the amateur image-maker has access to creative tools and viral methods of distribution. Thus, a myriad of instant digital creations have begun to circulate on such sites as Tumblr and Facebook (my emphasis added). There the focus is not on the origin of an image or information about its creator, but rather, the focus is on the steady flow of content. Images are curated and recreated— they constantly evolve with seemingly no beginning or end. Easily appropriated or deleted, images on the Internet are now as much omnipresent as they are fleeting.
The paintings in “Image DNA” all share some common attributes. While the initial work was inspired by digital imagery in general, each subsequent work follows from the one that preceded it. The thread might be a specific painting technique, a found Internet image, or a digital drawing program. The result is a suspension of our ability to distinguish between digital and physical.”
heathwest:

Michael StaniakImage DNA, 2014Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles
“These works explore a new aesthetic in painting, one which is influenced by digital technologies, including touch pads, smart phones, personal computing and the Internet. Technologies such as these are enabling a new kind of authorship, where everyone from the professional to the amateur image-maker has access to creative tools and viral methods of distribution. Thus, a myriad of instant digital creations have begun to circulate on such sites as Tumblr and Facebook (my emphasis added). There the focus is not on the origin of an image or information about its creator, but rather, the focus is on the steady flow of content. Images are curated and recreated— they constantly evolve with seemingly no beginning or end. Easily appropriated or deleted, images on the Internet are now as much omnipresent as they are fleeting.
The paintings in “Image DNA” all share some common attributes. While the initial work was inspired by digital imagery in general, each subsequent work follows from the one that preceded it. The thread might be a specific painting technique, a found Internet image, or a digital drawing program. The result is a suspension of our ability to distinguish between digital and physical.”
heathwest:

Michael StaniakImage DNA, 2014Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles
“These works explore a new aesthetic in painting, one which is influenced by digital technologies, including touch pads, smart phones, personal computing and the Internet. Technologies such as these are enabling a new kind of authorship, where everyone from the professional to the amateur image-maker has access to creative tools and viral methods of distribution. Thus, a myriad of instant digital creations have begun to circulate on such sites as Tumblr and Facebook (my emphasis added). There the focus is not on the origin of an image or information about its creator, but rather, the focus is on the steady flow of content. Images are curated and recreated— they constantly evolve with seemingly no beginning or end. Easily appropriated or deleted, images on the Internet are now as much omnipresent as they are fleeting.
The paintings in “Image DNA” all share some common attributes. While the initial work was inspired by digital imagery in general, each subsequent work follows from the one that preceded it. The thread might be a specific painting technique, a found Internet image, or a digital drawing program. The result is a suspension of our ability to distinguish between digital and physical.”
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scandinaviancollectors:

ALBERTO VIANI, Nudo, 1964. Material bronze. / Atlante dell´arte Italiana
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scandinaviancollectors:

Pierre Soulages, Peinture, 1959. Oil on canvas.
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eccentrickollector:

FINN JUHL
Bowl, 1951-1954 Teak. Produced by Kay Bojesen, Denmark /phillips
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larameeee:

Richard Erdman, Aria Rosa, 2012, Portugese Marble, 76 X 30 X 23 inches
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killthecurator:

Jeff Perrott
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iveseenthat:

#stephanschror, “pièce unique”, 1989 #piasaparis
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r-diogo:

Fred Sandback - Blue Day-glo Corner Piece, 1968/2004, 1/32” Elastic Cord & Spring Steel, 14 x 12 x 6 inches (35.6 x 30.5 x 15.2 cm)
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vuls:

ettore sottsass
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Ettore Sottsass, Ring