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Juan Pablo Plazas, Marianne Berenhaut at Bureau des Réalités

Juan Pablo Plazas, Marianne Berenhaut at Bureau des Réalités

Alex Chitty, Untitled, 2011 Alex Chitty Untitled, 2011 Recovered wood, ceramic vase, 4.5” x 6.75” x 16”

Alex Chitty, Untitled, 2011 Alex Chitty Untitled, 2011 Recovered wood, ceramic vase, 4.5” x 6.75” x 16”

I want to be apolitical. Unsocial. The commonest. I wish that my work has been daft, as well as pretty. Pretty, but also ugly. Frail and helpless. Almost negligible gestures. I want to be embarrassing and proud at the same time. Weak, but with my head held high. Not to be against anything, but to be inviolable. Not to waste forces. – Jiří Kovanda

I want to be apolitical. Unsocial. The commonest. I wish that my work has been daft, as well as pretty. Pretty, but also ugly. Frail and helpless. Almost negligible gestures. I want to be embarrassing and proud at the same time. Weak, but with my head held high. Not to be against anything, but to be inviolable. Not to waste forces. – Jiří Kovanda

FEATURED ARTIST: Alejandro Leonhardt Alejandro Leonhardt has said, “My biggest virtue is my ability to contradict myself,” to justify something that he doesn’t know how to explain, something where the opposition to reason causes humor and tension: the absurd. He believes that to grow up thinking that it was absurd to contradict himself was in itself, completely absurd. To seek and create contradictions is a need imposed by his rationality. By developing meaning through the madness of his ...

FEATURED ARTIST: Alejandro Leonhardt Alejandro Leonhardt has said, “My biggest virtue is my ability to contradict myself,” to justify something that he doesn’t know how to explain, something where the opposition to reason causes humor and tension: the absurd. He believes that to grow up thinking that it was absurd to contradict himself was in itself, completely absurd. To seek and create contradictions is a need imposed by his rationality. By developing meaning through the madness of his ...

Meuser at Bärbel Grässlin

Meuser at Bärbel Grässlin

Surreal and Twisted Conceptual Art by Fabian Buergy

Surreal and Twisted Conceptual Art by Fabian Buergy

Swiss artist Fabian Buergy explores themes of dysfunction and transformation in his surreal and often twisted conceptual art installations and digital works. Buergy often starts with the everyday &…

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