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Bauke Knottnerus

p p Curtain, real size roomscape by Bauke Knottnerus. Link here. p

Roberto Kusterle

p p p ' Roberto Kusterle was born in Gorizia (Italy) in 1948. Since the Seventies he works within the field of the Visual Arts, devoting himself to painting and installation works. Since 1988 his interest for photography begins, that has become his primary way to express himself. He lives and works in Gorizia. ' p p

Henrique Oliveira

p p p p Henrique Oliveira was born in Ourinhos, Brazil in 1973. He received a BFA in painting in 2004 and a masters in visual poetics in 2007 from the university of São Paulo, Brazil. He lives and works in São Paulo. Oliveira uses salvaged wood collected from the streets of São Paulo to create massive scale, site-specific installations with dense layers that twist, curve, bend, and split. Oliveira uses tapumes, which in portugese can mean fencing, boarding, or enclosure, as a title for many of his large-scale installations. The term makes reference to the temporary wooden construction fences seen throughout the city of São Paulo where Oliveira lives. Henrique Oliveira’s first solo exhibition in the United States, will open at Rice art gallery, Houston, Texas on march 26, 2009. p p

Slip No More

p Slip No More, the skid-free banana peels- Designed by Ivan Duval and Jean-Sebastien Ides of Atypyk Paris.

Bobby Neel Adams

Family Tree is a series of portraits of immediate family members by Bobby Neel Adams. Families are photographed individually and then sized and printed at the same portions. The two photographs are manually torn and glued together to make one portrait investigating the visual DNA passed from generation to generation. No Photoshop. p

John Malloy

The previously-blogged John Malloy needs a second mention, as he updates his website now dripping with few new illustrations. Have a look. Link here.

Paul Hayes

p Crumpled pieces of paper art installation by Paul Hayes, an artist living and working in San Francisco. p

Michael Schall

p Dig these large-scale graphite illustrations on paper by New York based artist Michael Schall. Looks goodness. p

Sara Escamilla

p p Sara Escamilla got some lovely paper mache and paintings up on her site. Check it out you guys! p

Stacee Kalmanovsky

p p Stacee Kalmanovsky was born in Gomel, Belarus in 1981. She immigrated to the United States with her expansive family in 1989. She grew up in and around Chicago and attended the University of Illinios at Chicago. After her graduation with a Bachelors in Fine Art in 2004, she once again crossed the ocean to live with her partner in Florence, Italy. She is now living and working in Florence, Italy. p