"The madness of love is the greatest of heaven’s blessings"

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The crocheted art of Joana Vasconcelos

The incredible work of this artist, closely linked to the handmade fabric. Joana Vasconcelos was born in Paris in 1971. Lives and works in Lisbon and is one of the most interesting Portuguese artist. Their firm is among the most cited of international news. His work combines the popular and the conceptual, industrial design and a very peculiar poetic point of view that combines the intimate and exposed.

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Steven Tabbutt : Surreal, Chaotic, and Colorful Art

Steven Tabbutt’s rich paintings of refined hairy ladies, robot beasts, and spotted monsters are absolutely amazing. I can get lost in his works for hours and get transplanted to a mysterious world where nothing is what it seems.

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Francesca Cattaneo

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Isaac Cordal - Cement Eclipses. Chiapas, Mexico. 2013

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Isaac Cordal was in Mexico last year where he could give some new perspectives to his project Cement Eclipses. The Spanish artists so get inspired by the local folklore to stage his miniature sculptures in the streets of cities and villages located in Chiapas. Next to this, he also collaborated with young students of the Escuelita Zapatista. Together, they collected clay from the paths of the country and shaped some figurine then leaved to their own destiny. Here after, you’ll find pictures taken back from his South-American trip by Isaac. Lastly, let’s remind a book bringing together photographs of the installations he made last year in Nantes has been published. You’ll find it on Lalibrairie.com.


Birds of a Feather by Michael Sagato

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Jack Geary is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of paintings by Michael Sagato: Birds of a Feather. These works of oil painted on rough aluminum, represent a continuation of themes that have captured Michael’s fascination and imagination for over a decade.

Sagato’s use of the rough and reflective surface of aluminum serves both as background and backdrop. The reflective open spaces invite the viewer in and are at once reminiscent of Michelangelo Pistoletto’s mirrors while capturing the texture and immediacy of Young’s abstractions on metal.

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Having a predator as an inspiration on your working table?!

Desktop Jellyfish Tank

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