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Scarlet, Mona & Arthur.

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Share This.As if he reached into a hat and randomly drew names, artist, Anderson Alves, Red Lines series features alluring portraits of  Scarlet Johanson, Mona Lisa, and Arthur Rimbaud.  

Cut It Out.

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Share This.Fresh off of his third solo show, James Nizam, who we featured for his dazzling light sculptures, shows some versatility with Two Triangles, 2013 and Four Circles, 2013. Taking a more physical approach, Nizam gives you X-Ray vision by cutting geometric shapes into abandoned houses. Two Triangles (featured above) is perhaps the most impactful piece, the shapes provide a portal like effect–you almost feel transported to another realm.

Grounded.

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Share This.During the season in which most birds fly south for the winter, Nico Bellomo‘s Birds is a trim series of fallen feathery friends. Laying lifeless in a sea of stark white, the birds maintain a certain grace even in death.

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Share This.Let us hark back to a time when man didn’t have up to 2500 songs in his back pocket. Let us remember the days of popped tapes and tangled black stuff. Benoit Jammes‘ cassette portraits are a creatively playful interpretation of nostalgia. Using old cassettes as his subjects, Jammes surrounds the cassettes in various themes that touch on everything from ironic humor to pop culture.

Light².

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Share This.Exploring the transformative power of light, Benoit Paillé‘s Alternative Landscapes is a series of haunting portraits with an almost extraterrestrial appeal. Appearing in The Magic of Light at the PhotoPlace Gallery, the series shows the direct result that light has on its surrounding environment.

Black Cloud Looming.

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Share This.A beautiful case of infestation, Black Cloud is an installation by Mexican artist Carlos Amorales that showcases tens of thousands of black paper months affixed to the walls. The piece was first installed at Yvon Lambert in 2007 and then in a different configuration at an old baroque church in Spain that was converted to a multi-use space called Espacio AV in 2009.

Coming Apart at the Seams.

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Share This.Manipulating the aesthetics of Azerbaijani traditional rugs, Faig Ahmed creates a dazzling displaying that borders on deconstructionism. Thread Installation boggles the mind as it looks as if a carpet is unraveling before your very eyes.

Maxime Ballesteros. | Entre Chien et Loup.

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Share This.French Maxime Ballesteros possesses a provocative sense of humor that often fortifies the brilliant themes in his work. His newest series entre chien et loup (Between Dog and Wolf) features sixteen new works, created in Berlin, Monaco, Provence and Paris. The solo exhibition is currently on display at We Are Teapot until December 5th–but has been extended to December 10th.  

Pop On Wood.

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Share This.Pop art can seem rather artificial at times but Mitchell McGee gives the genre an organic foundation with oil on birch pieces. McGee’s work is unlike anything we’ve seen before. His solo exhibition, All About Pop, will be opening up at 1st Dibs at New York Design Center on December 2nd and will run through January 6th 2014.

Seeing Rome Again.

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Share This.Jenny Liz Rome‘s mixed media illustrations possesses a hyperactive vibrancy that can only be described as sheer exuberance. There is an eagerness in her work that makes her pieces highly palpable.