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Daniel Roth | Artists | Meyer Riegger

Daniel Roth | Artists | Meyer Riegger

Esther Stocker - very graphical style when framing a space. 3D forms are used to create illusions of 2d manifestations - they highlight architectural and object features

Esther Stocker - very graphical style when framing a space. 3D forms are used to create illusions of 2d manifestations - they highlight architectural and object features

Amazing collection of 3D art exhibits. (17 Pics)

Did You Think Art Could Only Be Hung On A Wall? These Are Some Amazing 3D Exhibits

Incredible Elaborate Non-Photoshopped Scenes    "Decades before Photoshop was available, American artist Sandy Skoglund started creating surrealist images by building incredibly elaborate sets, a process which took months to complete. Her works are characterized by an overwhelming amount of one object and either bright, contrasting colors or a monochromatic color scheme."

Non-Photoshopped Scenes by Sandy Skoglund Employ Surreal Sets

Incredible Elaborate Non-Photoshopped Scenes "Decades before Photoshop was available, American artist Sandy Skoglund started creating surrealist images by building incredibly elaborate sets, a process which took months to complete. Her works are characterized by an overwhelming amount of one object and either bright, contrasting colors or a monochromatic color scheme."

"The Event of a Thread”, Ann Hamilton. Now until January 6, 2013, Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory

"The Event of a Thread”, Ann Hamilton. Now until January 6, 2013, Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory

ANNETTE MESSAGER (NEE EN 1943).   Mes voeux,   crayons de couleurs sur papier, acrylique sur photographies noir et blanc sous verre, ficelles 312 x 114 cm.  Réalisé entre 1988 et 1990.

ANNETTE MESSAGER (NEE EN 1943). Mes voeux, crayons de couleurs sur papier, acrylique sur photographies noir et blanc sous verre, ficelles 312 x 114 cm. Réalisé entre 1988 et 1990.

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

American artist Barry Underwood and his stunning, candy-hued lights floating magically in nature.

American artist Barry Underwood and his stunning, candy-hued lights floating magically in nature.

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