Thursday, 3 April 2014

Hiroshi Sugito

painting

The extraordinary fields in these paintings are the result of the artist’s practice of building layers over time. Some largest paintings were begun approximately ten years ago and have been in progress over that time.

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Ken Okiishi

Painting with oil directly on TV screen presenting video

Friday, 21 February 2014

Blinking Bar Code

There is nothing more boring and everywhere present as a Bar Code.



The original interactive artwork reminds on some early net.art pieces. No surprise, since Teo Spiller was one of the pioneers of net.art movement in early '90

Skip Schuckmann

Skip Schuckmann is a tipical process oriented artist. He works together with his client, spontaneus realizing their togethers project.


Thomas Kinkade

Thomas Kinkade produced paintings and images like a corporation. His method was like Bill Gates about personal computers: "Kinkade into every home" and it is estimated, that about 5% of American homes owns at least one copy of his work, which are images of popular realistic, bucolic, and idyllic subjects. He protected a phrase "Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light" throught a trademark, even if it was originally attributed to J.M.W. Turner. It is not his paintings, which puts him in contemporary arts antologies, but the concept, the methods of his appearance in the society.

 Image from kinkadecentral.com/

To me it would be more adecvate to see Bill Gates in contemporary arts antologies, since his vision and products seriously changed the global society and the way we think and percept (even if not necessary in a better way).

 image from kinkadecentral.com