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miguelmarquezoutside:

Temporary wet weather signage recently placed in various Sydney locations.

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blackberryvision:

Brilliant. Skittles, 2014 by Josh Kline. Highline, MePa.

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pink yellow blue .com by rafaël rozendaal, 2014

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Sylvie Fleury

It Might As Well Rain Until September

Sylvie Fleury

Fleury is known for work that considers luxury objects, consumer identity, status symbols, and the fetishized cultures of fashion and beauty. The investigation into the virtues of consumer society and media messages is a trademark of the artist’s best-known pieces. To foreground her first exhibition at Salon 94, Fleury will install a group of new paintings called Go Bust that, like her best known pieces, often directly quote and re-contextualize the celebrated signature works of white male artists. Sylvie’s new pieces riff on both the Op-Art icon Victor Vasarely’s Gordes series, which famously uses geometric distortion to create the illusion of bulbous forms on a flat surface, as well as Damien Hirst’s colorful Spot paintings. The imagery in Fleury’s paintings takes the single and flat masculine forms and doubles them to be read as breasts, rotund female forms posited as the archetypal “dot.”

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http://www.sylviefleury.com/

http://www.salon94.com/exhibitions/detail/sylvie-fleury

http://www.artnet.com/artists/sylvie-fleury/

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theartofryanseslow:

Many Move the Painting Forward. 2014, Screen Printed Painting to Animated GIF.

theartofryanseslow:

Many Move the Painting Forward. 2014, Screen Printed Painting to Animated GIF.

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"It’s amazing how fast you get used to such a big place. I tell you, when we first came up here I thought it was kinda scary."

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