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The Incal – Mental Movie Trailer

MarcieMyDarkling has expanded her role. It’s on to movie reviews… from the future… Next week she’ll be at the premier of the long, long, long delayed adaption of Alejandro Jodorowsky and Jean Giraud masterpiece, The Incal

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  • The Recent Tattoos of Pony Reinhardt
    Rendered just in black inks, Pony Reinhardt’s are riveting tethers to the natural world. The tattoo artist and owner of Portland’s Tenderfoot Studios describes herself as “an astral ruffian, thriving in the wilderness of the lost and found nebulae and dripping carbon monoxide” and her “art is a cosmic cataclysm of the Ghastly Phantastic.” That […]
    Andy Smith
  • The Cinematic Paintings of Gregory Ferrand
    Gregory Ferrand’s cinematic paintings, often laced with anachronisms, speak to a broader sense of isolation belonging to an otherwise social species. The artist's academic background in film is evident throughout his works, with a full-frame attention to mood and detail. Among the artist’s other influences: Mexican muralists, comic books, and quite evident below, a mid-19th-century […]
    Andy Smith
  • Keiichi Tanaami’s Sculptures, Mixed-Media Works Shown at Deitch
    Keiichi Tanaami’s wild sculptures and mixed-media works currently inhabit Jeffrey Deitch's New York location, as an extension of its "Tokyo Pop Underground" group show. The Hi-Fructose Vol. 38 cover artist is featured at the space until Nov. 2. We last mentioned Tanaami on our site here, in a story on his collaboration with artist Oliver […]
    Andy Smith

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  • Required Reading
    This week, a history of Porgy and Bess, talking to Simone Leigh, Amy Sherald, and Lorna Simpson, history of the Art Institute of Chicago's lions, otters chasing a butterfly, and more. The post Required Reading appeared first on Hyperallergic.
    Hrag Vartanian
  • Yoko Ono, More Urgent Than Ever
    At the Everson Museum in upstate New York, a mini-retrospective highlights the timeliness of the artist’s enduring humanistic and nature-focused themes. The post Yoko Ono, More Urgent Than Ever appeared first on Hyperallergic.
    Edward M. Gómez
  • Damien Hirst, Turning In Circles
    Hirst has been an erratic artist from the beginning, just as likely to fail as to succeed. The post Damien Hirst, Turning In Circles appeared first on Hyperallergic.
    Michael Glover

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  • Human Anatomy and Oozing Black Glazes Cover Ceramics by Canopic Studio
    Los Angeles-based ceramic artist Curran Wedner of Canopic Studio creates sculptures and tableware inspired by nature and the human body. Disembodied fingers, toes, and faces wrap around the outside of glazed porcelain cups and bowls to form unique and functional works of art. After studying Illustration at ArtCenter College of Design in California, Wedner spent […]
    Andrew LaSane
  • Kehinde Wiley’s Contemporary Counterpoint to Old Confederate Monuments Unveiled in Times Square
    New York-based visual artist Kehinde Wiley (previously) recently unveiled a bronze sculpture of an African American man riding a horse in the center of Times Square at Broadway Plaza between 46th and 47th streets. Titled “Rumors of War,” the statue references controversial Confederate War monuments that still stand in Richmond, Virginia over a century after […]
    Andrew LaSane

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