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Archive for January, 2008

Fantoche

Sunday, January 20th, 2008

National Museum of Australia Foyer

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

National Museum of Australia Foyer, originally uploaded by hinting.

Banksy

Friday, January 18th, 2008

Banksy beachboys, originally uploaded by Trois Têtes (TT).

Probably the most interesting and most important Graffiti guerilla artist today is Banksy. This was one of 9 artworks displayed on the Palestinian side of the West Bank Barrier in 2005.

Mona Lisa (Asus Headquarters)

Thursday, January 17th, 2008

Mona Lisa

This is entirely made out of computer chips (Asus is a computer company).

Sol LeWitt – Four Geometric Figures in a Room

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Sol LeWitt

Our newest artist at Artinthepicture is the father of Conceptual Art Sol LeWitt

In Stockholm (Sweden)

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

Stockholm Statue

Daniel Buren – Untitled

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Daniel Buren

The latest addition to Artinthepicture is French Conceptual artist Daniel Buren. In line with my previous post on Yayoi Kusama, Daniel Buren also has his signature art recipe: vertical stripes. The above installation I found the most impressive, but you can choose your favorite (as always) on the main site.

Claude Monet: In Winter Still

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

This small introductory animated video claims to bring Claude Monet’s paintings to life. I will definitely take a closer look at the complete video’s and let you know how I feel about them.

The Working Man (Los Angeles, USA)

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

The Working Man

At the Ernst&Young building depicting what corporate life does to you.

Yayoi Kusama – Dots Obsession

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Yayoi Kusama

Today is a beautiful day as the first Eastern artist is introducted to Artinthepicture.com. Having the honour to be first is contemporary Japanese female artist Yayoi Kusama.

“A polka-dot has the form of the sun, which is a symbol of the energy of the whole world and our living life, and also the form of the moon, which is calm. Round, soft, colourful, senseless and unknowing. Polka-dots can’t stay alone; like the communicative life of people, two or three polka-dots become movement… Polka-dots are a way to infinity.”

Typical artist gibberish or genius insights ? I don’t know. What I do know is you’ll be able to impress many friends the next time you notice the autograph of Kusama in an exhibiton and can still recall the name Kusama.