The “PlopEgg” Painting Performance #1 (Art Cologne 2014)from Milo Moiré:A Birth Of A Picture”
In fact, this Saturday, April 12, she realized an artistic performance entitled PlopEgg # 1, the birth of a painting consisting of “lay” eggs filled with paint with sex for a painting.The method comprises introducing eggs filled with dyes, it “lays” then over a white canvas.
Here is how Milo Moiré justifies this approach
It is a personal, intuitive experience in which I can develop a deep intensity, but also the sincerity of my art. I create and I use the original source of femininity, my vagina. I visualized the archetype of female artistic power: creation. I used the egg as a symbol of birth. Canvas expresses the concept of tabula rasa and the egg itself, once broken on the canvas, artistic potential. “
Now she is trying to sell the painting and realized.
After all, given the good looks of this “artist”, no one will complain, even if some question while others speak bluntly artistic decadence.
GypsyOne aka Jenah Yamamoto | iPhone 5s edit
The artwork of Valerie Hegarty born 1967 in Burlington, Vermont, USA almost seems to hover between two worlds: those of art and real life. Much of Hegarty’s work appears to begin with a classically styled piece of “fine art”: a still life painting, or presidential portrait for example. In some way, then, the real world begins to impose itself on the work. Some frames and stretchers begin growing branches and sprouting leaves. Other paintings are riddled with bullets or burnt by fire. The story inside the painting violently mingles with a story outside of it. The painted world and the lived world meet to tempestuous result. via Hi-Fructose
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Joe Iurato is an street and commercial artist based in New Jersey. He places miniature sculptures in public spaces and transforms his environment to small tales.
Photos by Nicholas Ramirez
The story of Joe Iurato’s Tiny Wooden Figures
Joe Iurato places these miniature wooden figures all over urban landscapes to create a dialogue between his personal experiences and the world in which these figures reside in.
Tommy Ingberg Photography
Tommy leaves the interpretation of his work up to the viewer but says, "For me, surrealism is about trying to explain something abstract like a feeling or a thought, expressing the subconscious with a picture. The Reality Rearranged series is my first try at describing reality trough surrealism. During the two and a half years I have worked on the series I have used my own inner life, thoughts and feelings as seeds to my pictures. In that sense the work is very personal, almost like a visual diary. Despite this subjectiveness in the process I hope that the work can engage the viewer in her or his own terms. I want the viewers to produce their own questions and answers when looking at the pictures, my own interpretations are really irrelevant in this context. "