Benjamin Björklund - Bathtub
Artist: Benjamin Björklund Exhibition: Studio Studies Medium: Oil on canvas Art Size: 19.5 in. x 15.75 in. NO sales tax charge. We offer monthly payment installments on most original art. Email: email@example.com for details. IMPORTANT: Price does not include shipping. Shortly after the show, you will receive a separate email for a shipping cost invoice. This piece will be shipped out or will be ready for pick-up shortly after the show ends 11/10/18.
Tales of Ribaldry
A Masonic ball fob which opens to reveal semi-occult symbols. A must for any gentleman of quality who would like to found a country or write an opera about singing parrot-men. If you don’t carry one,...
Des(z)retrato [unportrait] 2010 10 fotografias cortadas e sobrepostas entre chapas de acrílico | 10 cut-out photographs and acrylic | 41x31cm "Exaudi orationem meam, ad te omnis caro veniet. Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, Et lux perpetua luceat eis..." em exposição na Galeria Emma Thomas, que agora fica na Barra Funda. O Galpão novo, fica perto do Theatro São Pedro, na rua Barra Funda n. 216 a abertura é dia 27/out das 18 as 22h, e a exposição fica até dia 20/nov. (abre de terça à sexta…
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Miguel Chevalier: Magic Carpets 2014
French transmedia artist Miguel Chevalier presented Magic Carpets 2014 in Morocco at the beginning of the month. The spectacular lighting installation turned the massive floor of the Sacré Coeur ch…
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Spray Paint Can Sculptures
Propulsion Paintings by Evan Roth - The Propulsion Paintings by Evan Roth utilized the spray paint cans as a medium to express the culture of graffiti artists. Each piece represents...