Anne Hardy

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The process of realization is as important to the reading of Anne Hardy’s work as the fi nal image; she painstakingly creates sets over long periods of time, photographs them and then destroys them. The constructions are cinematic, disorientating in their physical ambiguity, empty despite the level of detail and eerily unpopulated. Art becomes implicated in the hollow enterprise of myth-making, while, or perhaps because, the images are so seductive.

Andrea Loefke

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Walter Spies

Walter Spies


Martin Parr

Bernard Faucon

Joel Meyerowitz
Roseville Cottages, Truro

Amy Bennett

Hans Op De Beeck

Hans Op De Beeck - Silent Movie now at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in NYC thru June 5, 2010.

Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck has a new solo show at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York and it’s pretty cool.  Entitled “Silent Movie,” you’ll see water color paintings and sculptures that will take your brain on a journey to the silent era of films.  Using the colors black, white and gray, you won’t be able to help yourself from imagining a story that can be told through these works.  The absence of people in these images allow you, the viewer, to place yourself in this story – and it’s up to you to ensure a happy ending.  The exhibit runs now through June 5, 2010 at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York at 509 West 24th Street.

Silent Movie by Hans Op de Beeck.


Hans Op De Beeck


Aki Onozaki

Papier mache

Very powerful and sweet artworks!!

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