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Zak Ridge (@over-agonized)
Tulip, they're screaming for you
Physical theatre platform using machine learning algorithms to invent and rehearse future societies — to imagine and prototype tomorrow’s rituals.
Al Luke (@alfromcapetown)
Husband. Dad. Creative.
Josee Lamarre Photographie (@joseelamarre)
"Sometimes you can tell a large story with a tiny subject."
Photographer. Chasing love and light. Dreamer. Traveler. Hippie heart.
A FIST FULL OF BOLTS (@afistfullofbolts)
Stoke the flames. Ride the wind.
BKN Magazine (@bknmagazine)
Photography magazine exploring new talent and visual culture
Van Garling (@stikka)
Ollie Ma' (@itsolliema)
Tibor Czitó (@cibiscuit)
Photography student. Mostly interested in documentary. 23.
Katie Lovecraft (@katielovecraft)
I'm a travel photographer who shoots with an eye for youth culture and street fashion. Sometimes I find myself in the studio taking photos of butts. I'm a rat queen, watermelon fiend, and aspiring R&B video ho.
SANDER ANTONIAK (@antoniaksander)
Based in Estonia
Kathryn Shriver (@kathrynshriver)
Once I thought the folds in a dress were the same as gray matter. Artist. drawing, fibers. Buffalo, Montreal.
"I am in constant pursuit to discover the alternative realities beyond the primitive perceptions of our existence. It is a search to know and to feel the impenetrable that is manifested through the beauty that is found in the asymmetrical, the grotesque and the true religiosity of the uneven in our human condition. My work tries to connect with the other-wordly, tries to attain insights into mysteries that transcend our human awareness as by direct communication with our intuition."
My newest work draws upon the underlying beauty of urban decay. I get inspired when I see things like weathered signs stuck on abandoned buildings, advertisements layered on subway platforms, and graffiti in dive bar bathrooms.
With my artwork, I attempt to tell stories through fragmented visual clues. These stories and their subjects are rarely given in their entirety but offer viewers an incomplete narrative through which their own conclusions can be drawn. The layers, although torn, ripped and sometimes almost unintelligible, help to convey a message. That is a message of reliance, of defiance and sometimes, even a message of hope.
Roger Reutimann (@reutimann1)
Swiss-American sculptor Roger Reutimann is working with contemporary materials like cast stainless steel and fiberglass. Some of his clients include Sir Elton John, Anderson Cooper, Anne Randolph Hearst, Sophia Loren, the White House etc. Reutimann is interested in the purity of shapes, in simple geometric lines that are suggesting of the human form. Influenced by artists like Moore, Brancusi and Arp he also finds inspiration in industrial and automotive design. Reutimann strongly believes in perfection.
Grew up among of inks, papers, pens and many scribbles on the wall on his House.
Fan of a minimalist lifestyle, the artist carries more than 10 years of experience in research and artistic development.
"My paintings look unfinished because that’s what people are, they are unfinished. Your Face, your behavior”
ARTIST. Life-lover. Image-carnivore. Why all the music if we are not supposed to dance?
Aeron Alfrey (@aeronalfrey)
Aeron Alfrey creates unique imagery inspired by the fantastic, grotesque and monstrous. His art has been published in numerous books and shown in galleries around the world.
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Mangold Sculpture Space (@mangoldspace)
Mangold Sculpture Space is a contemporary art space located in Denver, Colorado. Our exhibition programming focuses on both regional and international artists whose practices engage with process intensive, conceptually driven projects.
1251 South Pearl Denver
Friday Saturday Sunday
And by appointment
720 688 3686