SAMF-V by Nao Matsumoto

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Monster Bicycle

Monster Bicycle

El Arbol De Esperanza

El Arbol De Esperanza

Bad Date

Bad Date

Stillness In Motion

Olga Ziemska

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Rafael Barrios- Stainless steel acrylic lacquer.

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Donald Moffett - The Radiant Future - Marianne Boesky Gallery. Show closes April 7, 2012

http://www.marianneboeskygallery.com/exhibitions/2012-02-25_donald-moffett/

A Portrait Using 5,500 Toy Soldiers

Made in China is a recent piece by artist Joe Black depicting a portrait of Chinese soldier by photographer Robert Capa that appeared on the cover of LIFE magazine in 1938. Black glued over 5,500 multi-colored toy soldiers to a vertical surface to achieve the pointillistic effect.

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Sculptures by Jaume Plensa

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Chris Burden - Metropolis II

Four years in the making, and currently installed at LACMA
Watch a short documentary about it HERE

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Artist Kris Kuksi (Vol 19) opened his latest solo exhibition ‘Triumph’ last night at NYC’s Joshua Liner Gallery to a packed crowd, all clamoring for a closer look at his intensely detailed sculptures. For his third solo show with the gallery, Kuksi stunned with several impressively large pieces, including a life-size milk skinned woman atop a long snouted gator, highlighting a departure in scale for his signature tangled cosmos. Furthering his narratives of war and love, the monochromatic pieces featured a hybrid of hubris, satire and romance. View more images of the new work as well as opening night photos below, here on Hi-Fructose: http://hifructose.com/index.php/the-blog/2159-kris-kuksis-triumph-at-joshua-liner-gallery

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When in Rome…

When in Rome…

Ron van der Ende’s wooden sculptures

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Armory Show 2012

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Clockwork Love Paper; paper sculptures by Frank Tjepkema.

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