Wendy Willis - ROOM 231 “I have always loved the water. For the past ten years I have returned to the frolic of the waters as inspiration for my work. As I age, I have found the water to be a sanctuary where I am weightless and my mind is free of the noise of the news that worries or angers me.” Submerge yourself in Room 231 with @wendy.willis.739 and her aquatic prints at stARTup LA 2018. 🌊 #startupartfairla#2018roster#contemporaryartist#emergingartist#designinspo#artfair 🌊
„monument to theory”, 2006, hammered stainless steel
born in 1951 in cruz alta, in the rio grande do sul region, cemin became interested in sculpting as a teenager, thus studied at the école des beaux arts in paris, to then become an integral part of the east village art scene in new york, where he still lives part time, commuting between his studios in burgogne, beijing and brooklyn.
life imitating art/art imitating life, his sculptures are informed by a wide range of art history and world cultures: the brazilian sculptor has worked in various styles and techniques such as bronze, painted wood and lacquered steel, always infusing his works with a handmade quality, and referencing everyone from auguste rodin, to jean arp and niki de saint phalle. whats the first thing that comes to your mind when you see this sculpture?
Hsi-chi Wu - ROOM 334 “Thick oil pastels repeatedly rub against paper, showing dense lines and the artist’s emotions on the texture of the paper. Magic compositions present the thoughts of the artist, but at the same time, act as a warning on humanity’s state of existence.” stARTup Art Fair welcomes our first artist from #Taiwan and invites you to Room 334. Become captivated by his crayon-like depictions of contemporary society and humanity. 👤 #startupartfairla#2018roster#contemporaryartist#emergingartist#designinspo#artfair 👤
Now showing at one of our stARTup LA 2018 cultural partners, MOAH Lancaster: Imagen Angeleno, inspired by Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative.
This exhibition includes solo exhibits of work by Ken Gonzales-Day, Abel Alejandre, Ana Rodriguez and Linda Vallejo. The Main Gallery features special exhibition, Dark Progressivism: The Built Environment, guest-curated by Rodrigo d’Ebre and Lisa Derrick. Dark Progressivism: The Built Environment answers the question of which movements are shaping 21st century art with a multi-faceted approach that looks to the streets of LA, where innovations in design and the idea of vandalism as a form of artistic resistance are embedded in the city’s identity.
In addition to its committee-selected exhibitors, stARTup Art Fair Los Angeles will have work on view from its local arts non-profit partners. @moahlancaster 🖤 #startupartfairla#losangeles#losangelesevents#lashows 🖤
We are partnering with In/Visible talks for stARTup LA 2018! All In/Visible Tickets to their January 11, 2018 conference in San Francisco includes an emailed pass for stARTup Art Fair LA (January 26-28, 2018) OR stARTup Art Fair SF (April 27-29, 2018.) Visit invisibletalks.com to get your tickets today! 🖱
@invisibletalks is a conference for designers and creative thinkers working across a range of mediums to engage in conversation about the art of design. In/Visible showcases both the process and practice of design, celebrating the ups and downs, the mistakes-turned-success, the unintentional inspiration and the unexpected connections that occur along the way. 📣 #startupartfairla#artfair#artanddesign#designinspo#contemporaryartist#emergingartist 📣
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Illumination Series / Part I, II and III
8 x 8 inches, Acrylic on canvas
Available, just send me a DM (: