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On view August 24 - August 31, 2014
Opening reception Sunday, August 24 (4 p.m. - 6 p.m.)

Spanning nearly 4 months of involvement within the Portland arts scene, toronto-based curator Matthew Kyba had the idea to create and produce a publication that would feature a selected group of…

hifructosemag:

Those who follow in the footsteps of the Old Masters would gasp at Seth Alverson’s raw depictions of the human body. From the Renaissance’s advancements in rendering the idealized anatomy to today’s Photoshopped magazine covers, Western culture has an ongoing obsession with depicting the nude figure in ways that few of us can actually live up to. Alverson throws these conventions out the window with his oil paintings. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

Those who follow in the footsteps of the Old Masters would gasp at Seth Alverson’s raw depictions of the human body. From the Renaissance’s advancements in rendering the idealized anatomy to today’s Photoshopped magazine covers, Western culture has an ongoing obsession with depicting the nude figure in ways that few of us can actually live up to. Alverson throws these conventions out the window with his oil paintings. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
hifructosemag:

Those who follow in the footsteps of the Old Masters would gasp at Seth Alverson’s raw depictions of the human body. From the Renaissance’s advancements in rendering the idealized anatomy to today’s Photoshopped magazine covers, Western culture has an ongoing obsession with depicting the nude figure in ways that few of us can actually live up to. Alverson throws these conventions out the window with his oil paintings. Read more on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

Those who follow in the footsteps of the Old Masters would gasp at Seth Alverson’s raw depictions of the human body. From the Renaissance’s advancements in rendering the idealized anatomy to today’s Photoshopped magazine covers, Western culture has an ongoing obsession with depicting the nude figure in ways that few of us can actually live up to. Alverson throws these conventions out the window with his oil paintings. Read more on Hi-Fructose.

asylum-art:

Antoine Cordet Paintings
Artist on Tumblr, Saatchi Art
A striking feature of Antoine Cordet’s body of work is that nearly all of his subjects are male. In an image culture where the bare, female body is used as a story-telling medium in everything from art to advertising, this aspect of Cordet’s work is refreshing. The Parisian painter’s artworks resemble discarded party polaroids that have taken a serious beating. Snapshot-like portraits of dejected youths, the paintings spell out agony and confusion with muddled brushstrokes and dripping paint splatters — like a visualization of a secret quickly whispered in passing. See more of Cordet’s paintings below.
asylum-art:

Antoine Cordet Paintings
Artist on Tumblr, Saatchi Art
A striking feature of Antoine Cordet’s body of work is that nearly all of his subjects are male. In an image culture where the bare, female body is used as a story-telling medium in everything from art to advertising, this aspect of Cordet’s work is refreshing. The Parisian painter’s artworks resemble discarded party polaroids that have taken a serious beating. Snapshot-like portraits of dejected youths, the paintings spell out agony and confusion with muddled brushstrokes and dripping paint splatters — like a visualization of a secret quickly whispered in passing. See more of Cordet’s paintings below.
asylum-art:

Antoine Cordet Paintings
Artist on Tumblr, Saatchi Art
A striking feature of Antoine Cordet’s body of work is that nearly all of his subjects are male. In an image culture where the bare, female body is used as a story-telling medium in everything from art to advertising, this aspect of Cordet’s work is refreshing. The Parisian painter’s artworks resemble discarded party polaroids that have taken a serious beating. Snapshot-like portraits of dejected youths, the paintings spell out agony and confusion with muddled brushstrokes and dripping paint splatters — like a visualization of a secret quickly whispered in passing. See more of Cordet’s paintings below.
asylum-art:

Antoine Cordet Paintings
Artist on Tumblr, Saatchi Art
A striking feature of Antoine Cordet’s body of work is that nearly all of his subjects are male. In an image culture where the bare, female body is used as a story-telling medium in everything from art to advertising, this aspect of Cordet’s work is refreshing. The Parisian painter’s artworks resemble discarded party polaroids that have taken a serious beating. Snapshot-like portraits of dejected youths, the paintings spell out agony and confusion with muddled brushstrokes and dripping paint splatters — like a visualization of a secret quickly whispered in passing. See more of Cordet’s paintings below.

asylum-art:

Antoine Cordet Paintings

Artist on Tumblr, Saatchi Art

A striking feature of Antoine Cordet’s body of work is that nearly all of his subjects are male. In an image culture where the bare, female body is used as a story-telling medium in everything from art to advertising, this aspect of Cordet’s work is refreshing. The Parisian painter’s artworks resemble discarded party polaroids that have taken a serious beating. Snapshot-like portraits of dejected youths, the paintings spell out agony and confusion with muddled brushstrokes and dripping paint splatters — like a visualization of a secret quickly whispered in passing. See more of Cordet’s paintings below.

uglygirlsclub:

i keep going back to look at this

uglygirlsclub:

i keep going back to look at this

neyruto:

my cat wont play football do you think he is gay

(Source: spideys)

nudqe:

"white people can’t danc-"

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"white people can’t twer-"

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expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday
2013 - Sculpted with an unconventional carving technique  using only a drill and forstner bits these massive hands made from reclaimed wood are the work of  Colorado-based artist Andrew Ramiro Tirado
expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday
2013 - Sculpted with an unconventional carving technique  using only a drill and forstner bits these massive hands made from reclaimed wood are the work of  Colorado-based artist Andrew Ramiro Tirado
expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday
2013 - Sculpted with an unconventional carving technique  using only a drill and forstner bits these massive hands made from reclaimed wood are the work of  Colorado-based artist Andrew Ramiro Tirado

expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

2013 - Sculpted with an unconventional carving technique
using only a drill and forstner bits these massive hands
made from reclaimed wood are the work of
Colorado-based artist Andrew Ramiro Tirado

(Source: mymodernmet)