Sensual hologram-like works of art By Kazuki Takamatsu


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Sensual hologram-like works of art By Kazuki Takamatsu.

at the coreyhelfordgallery

Takamatsu is a Japanese artist whose world is coming out of a fairy tale. But this fairy tale is not like the others. Dark and violent stories where floating melancholic childish figures are either in despair either in possession of lethal killing machines. Little melancholic lolitas posing with innocence create an atmospheric mystic world. Kazuki Takamatsu mixes traditional and modern techniques
He collects new paintings that bridge analog and digital art, crafting gouache and acrylic layers that recreate figures first imagined using 3-D software. The artist uses this method to also tether both Eastern and Western culture.

Shadow/Deapth mapping or projective shadowing is a process by which shadows are added to 3D computer graphics.
A statement speaks to this new work: “Developing even further his iconic style, Kazuki Takamatsu paints young girls that silently speak to the beholder through…

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Unusual And Endangered Birds In Surprising Portraits By Tim Flach

Unusual And Endangered Birds In Surprising Portraits By Tim Flach


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TF_MTH_018_2_3 Barn Owl

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TF_Endangered_022_1_3Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) 

Northern-Rockhopper-Penguin-copy_3 Northern Rockhopper Penguin

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TF_Endangered_023_1_3 Hooded Vulture

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Unusual And Endangered Birds In Surprising Portraits By Tim Flach.

London-based photographer Tim Flach travels the world capturing the nuanced expressions, unique patterning, and unusual profiles of animals large and small. Often focusing his lens on endangered and vulnerable species, Flach highlights the traits of animals that are at risk of disappearing due to habitat loss, climate change, and human activity.

Flach’s bird photographs particularly stand out. His sharp, clear portraits show the colorful and wildly shaped feathers and beak of birds from the U.S. to the Himalayas. A stately Jacobian Pigeon, its two-toned ruff…

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Contemporary Sculptures By Doug Aitken Explore Our Relationship To Technology


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Contemporary Sculptures Explore Our Relationship To Technology.

American artist Doug Aitken explores the nature of freedom in a world dominated by technology in his Return to the Real exhibition, which is on show at London’s Victoria Miro gallery.

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