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xu zhen -ceramics? no - frosting? no - It's oil paint! from The Jealous Curator blog

xu zhen (The Jealous Curator)

adam hale aka mr.splice                                                                                                                                                     More

adam hale aka mr.splice (The Jealous Curator)

ashley longshore

ashley longshore (The Jealous Curator)

'Borderline (new territory)' series by Kaspar Sonne. Although details for this specific art peice is hard to find, I used his other works in the series to help me understand his art. Sonne sets his canvases on fire through controlled burns. He finds the relationship between fire and art similar to his home country, Denmark's, 12 part system where it's all about negotiation, definitely unlike America.

Kasper Sonne Borderline (new territory) No. 2012 Industrial Paint, Fire and Water on Canvas

scott listfield

scott listfield (The Jealous Curator)

The overgrown Starbucks sign pulled me in, but as a proud Canadian… yeah, the Timmy Ho’s sign sealed the deal! “Franchise” is the latest brilliant show from American painter Scott Listfield. These gor

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// angela deane

angela deane / "Found photos starring gouachie ghosts by American artist Angela Deane. All of these pieces are from her “Ghost Photographs“ series. Angela refers to them as “ghosts of moments” – special events gone by which may or may not be remembered fu

nicoletta daríta de la brown

nicoletta daríta de la brown (The Jealous Curator)

“El Barrio Bodega”, by Baltimore based artist Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown

American painter Titus Kaphar   “I’ve always been fascinated by history – how history is written, recorded, distorted, exploited, reimagined, and understood.  In my work I explore the materiality of reconstructive history.  I paint and I sculpt...reconfiguring them into works that nod to hidden narratives and begin to reveal unspoken truths about the nature of history... ...to investigate the power of a rewritten history.”

American artist Titus Kaphar paints gorgeous pieces that remind me of my Art History text books… which he then he cuts up and rearranges into modern masterpieces that tell an entirely new story