"People like to speak today as if it is the market that paints these paintings." - Alex Bacon in conversation with Jarrett Earnest about the speculative market for so-called New Abstraction.
Read more → 'Who’s Afraid of the New Abstraction?' (via SFAQ)

"People like to speak today as if it is the market that paints these paintings." - Alex Bacon in conversation with Jarrett Earnest about the speculative market for so-called New Abstraction.


Read more  'Who’s Afraid of the New Abstraction?' (via SFAQ)

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Some things you can own within a couple weeks:
A building that spans the circumference of the globe, constructed entirely within Google Earth.
A human being as captured by a 3D scanner and then printed by a 3D printer, flawed by her need to breathe during the process. 
A mouse cursor, forever squiggling in an empty void. 
For the second time in as many years, we’re partnering with Phillips to support digital art by auctioning it off. It’s Paddles ON!, July 3, in London this time around. Pre-bidding started yesterday if you’re looking to buy. Gawking is available to everyone forever for free.
Artworks mentioned are by James Bridle, Sophie Khan, and Yung Jake, respectively.

staff:

Some things you can own within a couple weeks:

  • A building that spans the circumference of the globe, constructed entirely within Google Earth.
  • A human being as captured by a 3D scanner and then printed by a 3D printer, flawed by her need to breathe during the process. 
  • A mouse cursor, forever squiggling in an empty void. 

For the second time in as many years, we’re partnering with Phillips to support digital art by auctioning it off. It’s Paddles ON!, July 3, in London this time around. Pre-bidding started yesterday if you’re looking to buy. Gawking is available to everyone forever for free.

Artworks mentioned are by James Bridle, Sophie Khan, and Yung Jake, respectively.

'The New Romantics' opens tonight at EYEBEAMThe exhibition explores “the ways in which contemporary artists using digital media engage the body, representations of nature, poetic irony, and expressions of individuality as originally expressed in 19th Century Romanticism.”

'The New Romantics' opens tonight at EYEBEAM

The exhibition explores “the ways in which contemporary artists using digital media engage the body, representations of nature, poetic irony, and expressions of individuality as originally expressed in 19th Century Romanticism.”