Brad Troemel is the subject of a profile in the New Yorker this week, which reflects on the artist’s recent work both in and outside the traditional gallery system, and his approach towards making art that often defies categorization. “At what point do artists using social media stop making art for the idealized art world audience they want,” the piece quotes from one of his essays, “and start embracing the new audience they have?”
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[image via www.kunsthandelmeijer.nl/]
Sudan- Sundance Film Festival, 2008
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Beecroft uses a unique, personal, artistic language. Her work is a complex fusion of conceptual issues and aesthetic concerns, focusing on large-scale performance art, usually involving live female models (often nude).
[via Wikipedia Entry]
[image via www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk]
Alphabet Concept- At Louis Vuitton
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Jennifer- 2005, bronze
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