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Robin Rhode: Limitation Breeds Creativity

Robin Rhode feels, in many ways, like an evolution of the street artist. Born in 1976 in Cape Town, South Africa, he received a diploma in Fine Art from Technikon Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, and now lives and works in Berlin, Germany. His works are simplistic, yet evocative, and are very performance based and […]

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Pipilotti Rist

Pipilotti Rist is a swiss born artist who lives in Zurich and Los Angelos. She attended the University of Applied Arts Vienna in the eighties, and then later attended the School of Design in Basel, Switzerland. She describes hrself as, “Her favorite number is 54. Against taboos and stereotypes with emotion and humor…” She is famous for making […]

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Vacation in Italy

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Cory Arcangel: Code Manipulation as Art

Cory Arcangel is a 32-year old American Digital artist who lives in Brooklyn. He works as a “computer programmer, web designer, and artist”, and his website is a compendium of various digital and sound-based artistic endeavors. His work seems to focus on themes and media appropriation, code manipulation, and the fine line between technology and […]

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Matt Siber: Manipulating the Urban

Matt Siber is a photographer based in Chicago with a bachelor’s degree in History and Geography from University of Vermont and an MFA in Photography from ColumbiaCollege. His works are clever, with a sly sort of humor. His work focuses on the everyday; but he goes to great pains to showcase the work in a […]

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Scanogram Project: The Flowering Tree

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Mike Wsol: Part of Something More?

Michael Wsol’s exhibit, “Part of a Bigger Picture,” is not what I usually see when I walk by the Dupont Gallery. I always see variations on the theme of  modern art, be it sculpture, painting, or some type of digital art. At one point, I remember being completely awed by a complex series of miniature […]

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Elements of Design: In Four Parts

Contrast Balance Repetition Emphasis

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Jon Gitelson: Both Comedian and Artist

John Gitelson’s artwork is much more about making the viewer think than being visually appealing. Much of his work has a wry sort of humor; his aesthetic itself seems at its core very simplistic. In some ways Gitelson’s work  (particularly the “Car Project” and the “Hidden Clothes” series) feels like a personal joke inflated to […]

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Digital Art

Digital Art is an complex art form to define, because it is something that is constantly changing and expanding. Digital media encompasses a broad range of art mediums, from film and photography to digital paintings and sketches. Technically, digital art takes the concepts present in traditional art and applies them in digital forms – art […]

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