Monday, July 18, 2011

Mood Board>Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger's latest exhibit, a mix of
trademark slogan works and new video installations at L&M Arts gallery, Los Angeles, May 14 - July 9

ART>Luminous Works>Dharmendra Rathore

Rathore commitment to art is also visible in his experience as an art restorer for over a decade.

Rathore has participated in several exhibitions both in India and abroad. His works have traveled world wide.

His most vivid memories of growing up are the colors in Rajasthan. The sounds of the musical instruments, the miniature paintings, the colorful clothes- all inspired his creative instincts.

Born in Rajasthan in 1966. He completed his Diploma in Painting from Rajasthan School of Art, Jaipur in 1990 with a First Class. In 1993, he obtained his MFA from Delhi College of Art. His works have traveled to Denmark, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Mauritius and have featured in key exhibitions in the country. He has also participated in the First Biennale of Contemporary Art held in Arid, Romania in May 2005. Rathore has also won various scholarships from AIFACS, Rajasthan State Lalit Kala Academy and a fellowship from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Mood Board by Rad Hourani

Here, exhibition images to launch a book of photographs by Rad Hourani, published in collaboration with Mykro magazine. The book follows distinguished former model Viviane Fauny, a top model of the 70s who worked with Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, and Helmut Newton, and who Rad says reflects his vision.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Indian Eyes/French Window by Peter Briggs

Peter Briggs presents 'Indian Eyes/French Window' at the I'Identite Remarquable, 4 rue du Bourdon Blanc,45000 Orleans, France.

Showing from the 19th of May to the 20th of June. Open day and night, visible from the street.

Six translucent ocular prostheses brought back from Delhi are fixed to the inside surface of the glass with white plasticene. During the day they can be seen through the circular holes cut out of the black vinyl that covers the shop window, at night they are lit up from the inside of the shop.