michael landy, plant etchings 2002

michael landy, plant etchings 2002

Michael Landy

Michael Landy

Michael Landy - Works | Thomas Dane Gallery

Michael Landy - Works | Thomas Dane Gallery

Michael Landy Break Down

Michael Landy Break Down

Michael Landy Break Down

Michael Landy Break Down

Tunga,  Wing with Pin (2007)

Tunga, Wing with Pin (2007)

Michael Landy. H2NY Self-Destructing Suicide Machine. 2006

Michael Landy. H2NY Self-Destructing Suicide Machine. 2006

Michael Landy

Michael Landy

Still Alive - Michael Landy

Still Alive - Michael Landy

Saints Alive: Michael Landy at Work | Photos: The National Gallery, London

Saints Alive: Michael Landy at Work | Photos: The National Gallery, London


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Michael Landy  Drawing of weeds post 'breakdown' with that description? hands down my favorite, but not great for a stand alone image

Michael Landy Drawing of weeds post 'breakdown' with that description? hands down my favorite, but not great for a stand alone image

I <3 Pothole Planting, not so much the vignettes. Guerrilla gardener Steve Wheen brightens up the otherwise dull surrounds of inner-city London with colourful floral displays and lively model sets that fill in the gaps in the roads and pavements and add some intrigue to pedestrians’ daily commute.

Guerrilla gardener fills potholes on London roads with flowers

I <3 Pothole Planting, not so much the vignettes. Guerrilla gardener Steve Wheen brightens up the otherwise dull surrounds of inner-city London with colourful floral displays and lively model sets that fill in the gaps in the roads and pavements and add some intrigue to pedestrians’ daily commute.

babanangu: Rwanda Wonder

babanangu: Rwanda Wonder

2007/2008  Anja Schaffner & Riitta Ikonen assume the characters Leaf and Bird in this picture series attempting to reflect on the artist's sentimental yearning to ‘get back to nature’. The photographer Anja Schaffner constructs an image in which Riitta Ikonen's self-made characters appear in a rural seasonal landscape. As solitary figures, Bird and Leaf are misplaced in a surreal scene and we feel for them: nature is something impermanent and 'getting back' is impossible.

2007/2008 Anja Schaffner & Riitta Ikonen assume the characters Leaf and Bird in this picture series attempting to reflect on the artist's sentimental yearning to ‘get back to nature’. The photographer Anja Schaffner constructs an image in which Riitta Ikonen's self-made characters appear in a rural seasonal landscape. As solitary figures, Bird and Leaf are misplaced in a surreal scene and we feel for them: nature is something impermanent and 'getting back' is impossible.

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May 2011 > ongoing     Eyes as Big as Plates started out as a play on characters and protagonists  from Norwegian folklore with the Norwegian photographer Karoline Hjorth.  The series has since moved on to exploring the mental landscape of the  Finns, New Yorkers, French, Icelanders and the Faroese.  More details from the Eyes as Big as Plates- Project site.  We are always looking for funders, partners and models for future episodes,  do email us here for further details.

May 2011 > ongoing Eyes as Big as Plates started out as a play on characters and protagonists from Norwegian folklore with the Norwegian photographer Karoline Hjorth. The series has since moved on to exploring the mental landscape of the Finns, New Yorkers, French, Icelanders and the Faroese. More details from the Eyes as Big as Plates- Project site. We are always looking for funders, partners and models for future episodes, do email us here for further details.

katrin coetzer

katrin coetzer

Drawings + paintings

Drawings + paintings

silhouette | Megumi Kajiwara & Tathuhiko Nijima

silhouette | Megumi Kajiwara & Tathuhiko Nijima

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