The bejeweled, rock-chic aesthetic, rotting fruits of the argentinian artist Luciana Rondolini are amazing. In her project “Tiffany” she interrogates and explores the idea of beauty and value in a unique way. She draws parallels to real life by encrusting with diamonds pears, apples and bananas while the decaying inner flesh is deliberately exposed. Interesting.

The bejeweled, rock-chic aesthetic, rotting fruits of the argentinian artist Luciana Rondolini are amazing. In her project “Tiffany” she interrogates and explores the idea of beauty and value in a unique way. She draws parallels to real life by encrusting with diamonds pears, apples and bananas while the decaying inner flesh is deliberately exposed. Interesting.

Shrunken Apple Heads ~ My mom use to have use make these every year.

Shrunken Apple Heads ~ My mom use to have use make these every year.

MAICO AKIBA This links to the theme of growth and evolution as the artist photographs fungus growing on objects and how the objects change and rust over time.

MAICO AKIBA This links to the theme of growth and evolution as the artist photographs fungus growing on objects and how the objects change and rust over time.

colin chillag art | Colin Chillag paintings self portrait

colin chillag art | Colin Chillag paintings self portrait

Yee Sookyung - Translated vase, installation scene, solo show, 2009, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

Yee Sookyung - Translated vase, installation scene, solo show, 2009, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

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