Monday, 23 June 2014

Cinna Monday at the Market - Inspiring art


Daniel Gordon, Frieze New York; Greek Vase, 2013

Daniel Gordon, Frieze New York; Spring Onions, 2013

 For a glimpse into the studio of the Brooklyn based artist Daniel Gordon (1980) and an introduction with his inspiring methodes, watch the short documentary by New York Close Up below.






 
New York Close Up - Daniel Gordon Get's Physical, 2013

Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich | Producer & Editor: Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland
Cinematography: Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland | Sound: Wesley Miller & Ava Wiland | Associate Producer: Ian Forster  An Art21 Workshop Production. © Art21, Inc. 2013.




Lorenzo Vitturi, Dalston Anatomy; Cocco, 2013

The photographic series Dalston Anatomy is an homage of Lorenzo Vitturi and a feast of the senses that the busy Ridley Road Market in London has been to him
 Ridley Road Market is a large street market in Hackney selling food and goods from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Mediterranean and was established the 1880s.
 The temporary sculptures that Lorenzo makes, mimic the lively and ephemeral nature of the market. By photographing it's objects, Lorenzo let's them survive before they will be able to disappear forever.


Lorenzo Vitturi, Dalston Anatomy; Installation for Fishbar, 2013


Lorenzo Vitturi, Dalston Anatomy, 2013
Lorenzo Vitturi, Dalston Anatomy, 2013























Fishbar, a space for photography run by Philipp Ebeling and Olivia Arthur, created an exhibition of the Dalston photo-sculptures made by Lorenzo Vitturi. The event took place on the Ridley Road Market itself! Large format posters were placed on the walls in the marketplace and a stall was transformed into a temporary installation.

It became really important for me to take the work back into the community to complete the cycle. I see this whole event as the culmination of my year long process with Ridley Road - Lorenzo Vitturi




Alessandro Gualtieri, Scented Installation; located in public area, 2013

Alessandro Gualtieri is a vanguard perfumer, who calls himself The Nose.
He has a highly developed sense of smell and can be considered as an artist working with odors.

Little ceramic creations, like the one above, are left by Alessandro on the streets. The small basin consists of a perfumed concentration that has been chosen by him to be smelled by passers-by at that particular location. The ceramic nose is a cast of Alessandro Gualtieri's own nose.


Paul Rigter, The Nose; Searching for Blamage, 2013

A documentary was made, following Alessandro in his quest to make Blamage, his new perfume that he will later on describe as: an unwise and unfortunate creation caused by bad judgement and care.

To accomplish this he desides to abandon all the common rules for designing perfumes. For inspiration he travels around the world, but the farther he goes, the more he seems to disrupt not only his environment but also himself. Will Blamage become a real blamage? is the question the makers of the film ask their viewers. The answer: Ofcourse! For Alessandro Gualtieri is genious.


Monday, 16 June 2014

Cutup Cinna Monday - Inspiring art


Ren Hang, Untitled, 2013




Monja Gentshow, Tapir Galopp, 2011

 


Ernesto Artillo, Rudolf, 2014




Louis Jonas, Detritus; untitled, 1999-2003


Louis Jonas, Detritus; untitled, 1999-2003





Derek Overfield, A faceless machine lacks the essential properties, 2010





Sandy Plotnikoff, Untitled




Philippe Jusforgues, Untitled




Maykel Lima, Untitled


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Monday, 9 June 2014

Coral Cinna Monday - Inspiring art


Katja Novitskova, Approximation Mars I, 2014
Digital print on aluminum, Cutout display, Plant granulat, 140 x 240 cm


Katja Novitskova, Spirit, Curiosity and Opportunity, 2014
Exhibition view at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin



Matthew DiVito, OrangeSlice, 2012



Warsheh, NOT Portrait of a Young Girl, 2014

Warsheh is a creative collaboration between Mothanna Hussein and Hadi Alaeddin, 
both designers based in Amman, Jordan. Their project ‘NOT ART’ 
consists of a series of conceptual illustrations combining parts of well-known paintings with geometric forms using the golden ratio.


Warsheh, NOT The Valpin├žon Bather, 2014

This is not art. We’re designers without a good grip on what art is and what can and can’t be done with it, so we did what we felt came naturally to us. We know nothing about these paintings, we even used google image search to look up the names. We thought we should maybe apologize to anybody that thinks what we’re doing is wrong, but we decided it would be more wrong of people to even think that.” - Warsheh


Warsheh, NOT Girl with a Pearl Earring, 2014

Esther Teichmann, Vagina Dentatis, 2013


Esther Teichmann, Fractal Scars, Salt Water and Tears, 2013

An exploration of the origins of fantasy and desire
and how these are bound to experiences
of loss and representation.