Check out our studio visit and interview with artist Beau Stanton about his latest body of work Archaic Ornaments at BOLD HYPE gallery in Chelsea!  Interview and photos by Molly Cotter for Warholian.
http://warholian.com/2012/04/16/beau-stanton-2/

Check out our studio visit and interview with artist Beau Stanton about his latest body of work Archaic Ornaments at BOLD HYPE gallery in Chelsea!  Interview and photos by Molly Cotter for Warholian.

http://warholian.com/2012/04/16/beau-stanton-2/

‎”A Person Loved Me” sculpture by artist Adrián Villar Rojas (2012) Part crash-landed spaceship, part Mayan ruin, Villar’s monumental clay sculpture takes us to a retro-future of ossified technology. It’s dank and earthy smell makes it feel appropriately graveyard. Currently on view at theNew Museum in New York!(photo by Carolina A. Miranda)

‎”A Person Loved Me” sculpture by artist Adrián Villar Rojas (2012) 

Part crash-landed spaceship, part Mayan ruin, Villar’s monumental clay sculpture takes us to a retro-future of ossified technology. It’s dank and earthy smell makes it feel appropriately graveyard. Currently on view at theNew Museum in New York!
(photo by Carolina A. Miranda)

Female street artist GILF threw up this valentines day inspired Iran piece entitled “To Tehran with Love” last night in SOHO, NY!http://www.facebook.com/gilfnyc

Female street artist GILF threw up this valentines day inspired Iran piece entitled “To Tehran with Love” last night in SOHO, NY!

http://www.facebook.com/gilfnyc

"New York Waterfall" installation under the Brooklyn Bridge by artist Olafur Eliasson in 2008.
New York City Waterfalls was a public art project by artist Olafur Eliasson, in collaboration with the Public Art Fund, consisting of four man-made waterfalls placed around New York City along the East River. At $15.5 million, it was the most expensive public arts project since Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s installation of The Gates in Central Park. The waterfalls officially began flowing on June 26, 2008 and they ran from 7 am to 10 pm (under illumination after sunset), until October 13, 2008.  (wiki)

"New York Waterfall" installation under the Brooklyn Bridge by artist Olafur Eliasson in 2008.

New York City Waterfalls was a public art project by artist Olafur Eliasson, in collaboration with the Public Art Fund, consisting of four man-made waterfalls placed around New York City along the East River. At $15.5 million, it was the most expensive public arts project since Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s installation of The Gates in Central Park. The waterfalls officially began flowing on June 26, 2008 and they ran from 7 am to 10 pm (under illumination after sunset), until October 13, 2008.  (wiki)

"Expansion" by artist and sculptor Paige Bradley.

"Expansion" by artist and sculptor Paige Bradley.

We’re loving the matchbooks of artist Jason D’Aquino! http://www.jasondaquino.com/