Martin Wittfooth (Featured) will be presenting new work at Roq La Rue in Seattle, Washington this Thursday, May 1st as part of the two person exhibition, “De Anima.” Also featuring work by Jean Labourdette (aka Turf One), the show is a collaboration between the two artists and focuses on the objectification of the natural world. You can see more work by Wittfooth below:
Evoking a sense of how fragile the human body is, Krisár’s forms stir up feelings of discomfort.
Jee Young Lee is a Korean artist that really knows how to convert her small studio space (11.8′ x 13.5′ x 7.8′) in Seoul, Korea into some really absurd and beautiful dreamscapes.
Every single detail is made by hand, from the lighting, the suspended objects and the center elements. Everything added into the set of taking one final photograph. Such a incredible act of determination of sharing her own stories and vision.
Keng Lye, has just come out with a new 3D painting that’s out of this world! Using just acrylic and resin, the Singapore-based artist has created this red octopus sculpture that looks like its head is emerging from the water.
Books + Stones + Glass = Awesome by Ramon Todo
Born in Tokyo. Using stones and bricks with history and culture of the land, he creats the sculpture of the stones put in polished glasses. Coming and going from Japan to Dusseldolf, he is actively engaged in creating. Living in Dusseldolf.