Pick up one of these archival prints by Bobby Bernethy from the DS gallery show ‘In The Paint’ at Voltage Coffee & Art in Cambridge, MA this Friday (7-9PM).
For the rest of this week all proceeds from the DS store will be going towards the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. Pick up some art and help the people of Boston.
Talk about a windfall for one of the world’s most famous museums. Leonard Lauder, son of Estee Lauder, is donating 78 paintings, drawings and sculptures by Pablo Picasso (33), Georges Braque (17), Juan Gris (14) and Fernand Leger (14).
Shown here, clockwise from top, are Picasso’s “Woman in an Armchair,” Braque’s “Trees at L’Estaque,” and Leger’s “Le Fumeur.”
Artsy Fart of the Day: Floppy Disk Paintings
In 2011, London artist Nick Gentry solicited his fans and the Internet at large to send him their obsolete junk from yesterday’s technologies. This social art project has resulted in a series of portraits (as shown left) made from various donations of film negatives, floppy disks and CDs. Got some old computer or electronic stuff hanging around? Gentry’s donation box is always open.
New York Times Art Review: Don’t Call the Cleaning Crew. That Yellow Spill Is Art
MoMA: Wolfgang Laib bio
Amazing cool mura made from 3,480 Instagram photosl, arranged by color theme, installed at the ALT Hotel Toronto. I submitted a few, and everyone’s contributions that were tagged #altexpo will be continuously streaming on five integrated screens.
Learn more about the project via the Instagram feed of the hotel itself. Now this is how a business brands itself via social media.