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Jason Freeny

Jason Freeny’s toys are not ordinary dolls. These toy dolls are made in such a way so that you can see much more than you should expect. It’s more like an anatomic study of a toy as you can see both the exterior and the interior part of it. One of these toys, the balloon animal anatomy schematic “Pneumatic Anatomica” back in 2007 made him famous and launched his career as an artist. The rest is history…

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Luminescence by Michael Taylor

From a scientifical point of view Luminescence is an emission of light by a substance not resulting from heat but from an artistic point of view it is a quite interesting way to explore light itself. Michael Taylor is playing with the light in an attempt not only to discover its unique characteristics but also to offer a totally unique perspective of this element.

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Parmenides I by Dev Harlan

“Parmenides I (Star Geode)” is Harlan’s most ambitious and intricate work to date. A monumental object with an 8 foot circumference, it is mapped with projection from 360 degrees. Discover Dev Harlan’s Astral Flight Hangar, his first solo exhibition in Christopher Henry Gallery, New York.

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A supertacular interview with Pierluigi Fracassi

“What starts out as vision soon becomes corrupted into a tragedy of greed, leaving only a sense of nihilism and the inevitability of a new understanding. As shifting impressions become transformed through boundaried and diverse practice, the viewer is left with an insight into the edges of our era.” Pierluigi Fracassi gives his own perspective about Art through a supertacualr interview.

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Graham Caldwell

Manipulating glass to the limits of its expandability, Graham Caldwell creates surfaces marked by crumpled and stretched distortions. This Brooklyn-based artist uses glass, mirrors and steel among other materials in large scale installations challenging the viewer to explore its surfaces and its dense layers.

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Elizabeth Delfs

Architectural elements and ergonomics characterize Elizabeth Delf’s sculptural work. Her creations are wearable but they can also be transformed into space installations due to their prismatic shape and special structural elements. The artist explores the relationship between organic and inorganic with unexpected and often astonishing results.

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