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"their unavailability and unattainability, the coldness of their brilliance , the ice sparkle of  distance and aloofness""their unavailability and unattainability, the coldness of their brilliance , the ice sparkle of distance and aloofness"

I looked into the image of that beautiful room which,

TI DATE: KEIKO NISHIYAMA X ILLUMINUM LONDON : April 28th 11am-7pm

We are happy to invite you to celebrate the launch of this very special week with an opening reception on Thursday 21th April .We are happy to invite you to celebrate the launch of this very special week with an opening reception on Thursday 21th April .

KEIKO NISHIYAMA X ILLUMINUM LONDON

CURRENT VIEWING: DREAMING MIRRORS DREAMING SCREENS : SPRÜTH MAGERS BERLIN : Until APRIL 02 2016

"Is this the place, they make you real?"  Quote from: A-I (2001), directed by Steven Spielberg."Is this the place, they make you real?" Quote from: A-I (2001), directed by Steven Spielberg.

"The story of evolution unfolds with increasing levels of abstraction."
Raymond Kurzweil: How to Create a Mind (2012)

The Beauty Index: Cesar Nunez At Red

CESAR NUNEZ : RED NYC  #cesarnunez #theagentmanCESAR NUNEZ : RED NYC #cesarnunez #theagentman

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Current Viewing: Roe Ethridge : Shelter Island FOAM (Amsterdam) : 8 April – 5 June 2016

Kite in the Water, 2015 © Roe Ethridge / Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and BrusselsKite in the Water, 2015 © Roe Ethridge / Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels

Foam presents Shelter Island, the newest work of Roe Ethridge (1969, US). At the eastern end of Long Island, New York, the photographer turned to his family and the characteristically American ‘Kit House’ they rented for the summer of 2015. There he became fascinated by a range of stored away possessions from the homeowners and their children.

Employing an array of classic photographic genres – from portraiture to still life to landscape – Ethridge captures his subjects and surrounding environment in intimate detail. The artist combines the glossy effect of commercial photography with the sensitivity of fine art photography. The outcome is a body of work that is both familiar and uncanny, and nostalgic as well as contemporary.

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