|Trace 14" x 10" Intaglio Chine Collé, 2010|
|Diego Giacometti (photo: JeanVincent)|
Diego Giacometti was born in Borgonovo, a Swiss village near the Italian border. Son of the painter Giovanni Giacometti, he grew up in a warm, convivial familial atmosphere amidst the animals of their farm. In 1904, the family settled in nearby Stampa in the canton of Grisons.
After business studies in Basel and Saint-Gall, at age 25 he followed the advice of his mother Annetta and went to Paris to rejoin his brother Alberto, then a student of the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle at the Academy of the Grande Chaumière. All three of the Giacometti brothers went into the visual arts: Alberto and Diego into painting and sculpture, and Bruno into architecture. wikipedia
| L'Autruche Diego Giacometti |
|Diego Giacometti (Swiss, 1902-1985) Table, feuilles aux oiseaux et grenouilles|
Labels: Diego Giacometti
|"Le grand double nœud de Lacan"|
Jean-Michel Othoniel "Le grand double noeud de Lacan" 2011
Mirrored glass, metal / Verre miroité, métal 6.10 x 6.1 x 12.11 feet / 209 x 186 x 396 cm
Photograph: Sang Tae Kim Courtesy: Galerie Perrotin, Paris
Labels: Jean-Michel Othoniel
Very skilful craftsmen, with years and years of practice, are able to elaborate china (and believe me it is not easy at all) then some idiot believing he has some talent, come up, wreck them down and it becomes art!
Spectacular Sculptures by Laurent Craste
Labels: Laurent CrasteLaurent
夏小万 Xia Xiaowan
This man has found something!
While his art is impressively strong and, somehow, reminding of Francis Bacon, the "painting in volume" literally brings a new dimension to reading a picture in depth.
Certainly not his purpose or intention but I foresee there some strong hint, some new hypothese and anyway a strong food for thoughts about 3D perception.
Labels: Xia Xiaowan
Artists: Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector
Photos: Ilana Spector
This is outrageous!
The compression is the landmark signature of Cesar Baldaccini (1921-1998).
Whether those so called artists know his life time work and it is plagiary or they don’t and they should (at least) learn contemporary art history.
As we all know, Art is a dirty job.
But it becomes radically stinking whenever somebody, unashamedly steals an artist's work, claiming it as his own, speculating on the public's ignorance and unculture.
California Artists Build Obelisk Out of Bicycles wired.cominhabitat.com