!take ur blue chair or half of iT!

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:so, what’s next? – I’m really happy when I share things, art pieces that I like. ..it’s really not a problem for me to make this so called white blogging very often. sometimes d works speak for themselves so it’s not necessary someone as me to write about them, how beautiful they are, how shiny they are etc.. u enjoy d photos from d Installation by Yoichi Yamamoto Architects titled “2D/3D CHAIRS,”

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The back of the chairs stand up from the stage, while the legs of the chairs are drawings on the floor of the stage.
If you look at the installation from one point in front of the shop window, the back of the chairs, which are three-dimensional objects, and the legs of the chairs, which are two-dimensional drawings, meet and create a single figure.” . ..if u want to read more really u can go and read @ dezeen or designboom;

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:amazing, a? – mow I can write tones about d complexity of this work, but I prefer to skip my will and enjoy d simplicity that glows from d beauty of this blue chairs. amazing installation indeed, Yoichi Yamamoto (1975) & Yayoi Ito (1979) – check their web page: have done a great job with d perspective, combing of two messages in one line, d ambient and with d project like whole.

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?do u enjoy this installation, u think is clever idea for a boutique vitrine. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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_beautiful monsters, silhouettes and some airplanes

“Many things come to me in my trips,”

“I see myself as a kind of anthropologist. I do field work, I collect things and take notes — and then the ideas start to come out.”

José Bedia

This art work impressed me, it’s really something that fits my taste. Beautiful combination of bit naive art painting combined with street/ urban expression but also symbolism, sculptures, objects. ..installation?! Kind of reflecting few levels of his spiritual journey.

Postmodern indeed 🙂

 

:made by José Bedia this installation is called “Figure Who Defines His Own Horizon Line” & is part of d the exhibition “Transcultural Pilgrim: Three Decades of Work at the Fowler Museum at UCLA

:what’s d story about u can hear very good directly from d author José Bedia. Great explanation btw:

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:because I saw work from this artist for first time I just decide to make a little research so I could know about d signature that he leave in d arts nowadays, and damn right he is good. Here is small collection of art pieces shown from him in different galleries, places.. so it would be easier for me_and u to recognize d periodicals of his art work.

José Braulio Bedia Valdés [born January 13, 1959 in Havana, Cuba] is a Cuban painter. Bedia studied at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes “San Alejandro” and then finished his art studies at the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana.

His artistic work has been presented in several individual shows, such as ‘”Final del Centauro”‘,1989 , Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Havana, Cuba. In 1994 was presented “José Bedia: De donde vengo”, in the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Also exhibiting at “InSite94: A Binational Exhibition of Installation and Site Specific Art”. San Diego Train Station, San Diego, California.

:He uses the dark beasts and figures that dominate the canvas or the space. The other elements I already mention in first part of d post.

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The Things That Drag Me Along

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:I pretty much like this intervention in public space, he definitely make change of d whole idea for d place, brings vibration in d environment that is tripped. maybe bit in a dark way, like from d other side, d one that we all want to skip it. ..but still, d print is not so strong as d metaphor itself, anyway esthetically transferred very powerful.

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:white hand

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.u like this artist, have u read or seen something from him before? what do u think about d work of d major Caribbean jewel. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page