July 27, 2014

Ben Butler


July 26, 2014

Nancy Rubins

1. Our Friend Fluid Metal, Chunkus Majoris, 2013

Aluminum and stainless steel
150 x 192 x 145 inches (381 x 487.7 x 368.3 cm)
Installation at Nancy Rubins’s Studio, Topanga, CA

Photo by Erich Koyama

2. Monochrome for Chicago, 2010–12

Stainless steel, stainless steel wire, and aluminum
40 x 35 x 33 inches  (12.2 x 10.7 x 10 m)
Installation at Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

Photo by Erich Koyama

3. Big Pleasure Point, 2006

Stainless steel, aluminum and Fiberglas boats
48 x 55 x 45 feet  (14.7 x 16.8 x 13.7 m)
Installation at Josie Robertson Plaza, Lincoln Center, New York, NY (Presented in partnership with Public Art Fund)

July 24, 2014

Elizabeth Jordan

July 23, 2014
Nea Agnes Momirski
Shrinking to fit the Memory

Nea Agnes Momirski

Shrinking to fit the Memory

July 20, 2014

Estela Sokol


July 20, 2014

Bill Thompson

July 20, 2014

Jeff Zimmerman

July 13, 2014

Benoist Van Borren

July 10, 2014

Dino Endres


July 7, 2014

Studio Markunpoika, run by Finnish designer Tuomas Markunpoika, created a series of vessels carved from hundreds of hexagon-shaped pencils glued together and carved out using a machine lathe.

Pencils are utilized when giving form to our thoughts, illustrating our wishes and ideas. They are inseparably fused with craft and arts,” writes Markunpoika. “‘Amalgamated’ is a collection which explores the relationship of a mass produces ‘tool’ and its individual purpose. The beauty of the pencil an object seems to go unnoticed if utilized only for their primary purpose.

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