Posts tagged visual art
The Unsanctioned Art of Jim Garland

The beauty of water in the wild is unparalleled. Jim Garland harnesses this brilliance.

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The Information Artist

Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg questions how DNA might be used against us.

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Robert Janz's Disappearing Acts

Leaving a mark on the world implies permanence. For Robert Janz, art is more fleeting, like life itself.

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Mark Mothersbaugh: 21st Century Renaissance Man

From composing and painting to building homemade instruments, Mothersbaugh remains driven by the urge to create.

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Chemi Rosado-Seijo: No Comply 180

The art of skater/painter Chemi Rosado-Seijo is founded in community activism.

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Reuben Margolin Loves Making Waves

Reuben Margolin attempts to evoke the natural world with his mechanically-driven kinetic sculptures.

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Gene Yang: Drawing on Knowledge

Teacher-turned-cartoonist Gene Yang believes in the educational power of comics.

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Nina Berman's World View

Nina Berman blurs the line between fine art and editorial photography.

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The Illustrious Kevin Cornell

Kevin Cornell’s illustrations have a remarkable capacity to evoke childlike emotion, even in adults.

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Pictures of You

Long before selfies, portraits were a way for those who could afford it to help shape their public image.

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The Ghetto Potter

The ceramics of Roberto Lugo pay homage to their classical past but are firmly rooted in the realities of his inner city upbringing.

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Changing Minds About Climate Change

Two artists are helping to reinvigorate the conversation about climate change by presenting its truths more... artfully.

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