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A GLACIER’S REQUIEM

Photographer, writer, animator and mixed-media artist Julia Calfee is truly dedicated to producing extraordinary and mesmerizing works. Whether documenting the addled hallways of the legendary Chelsea Hotel in New York, travelling across remote Mongolia in a caravan or for her unrivalled 2016 ...

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“These images are not ices capes; they are life escaping and looking for somewhere to live on” Julia Calfee

ArtAndOnly is pleased to exclusively offer Chinese landscape, spring rain by Julia Calfee. The stunning work is a 120 x 60 cm photograph printed on resin-coated, museum-quality archival paper. Calfee describes Chinese landscape, spring rain as the complete synthesis of her philosophy as an artist ...

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In the studio with Artist Li Tianbing

Choosing colors somewhere in between a bright toy and the faded shade of memory to represent the “invented brothers” he never had, ArtAndOnly artist Li Tianbing demonstrates his technique of using oil to achieve an evocative photographic style. It’s interesting to see him work from his source ...

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Bernar Venet’s intuitive installation process

Bernar Venet, internationally renowned for his enormous curved sculptures talks about the process of installing 12 steel arcs Désordre at the Palais du Pharo in Marseille. Venet typically uses scale models when considering an installation group of three or four pieces, but in this video we get a ...

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A behind the scenes look at Michel Platnic’s Living Paintings

ArtAndOnly has had the pleasure of twice interviewing artist Michel Platnic, along with posting multiple articles (that you can find here) about his fascinating work. However, in this video we get a backstage pass to see the process. Well known for reinterpreting the work of Francis Bacon and his ...

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Doug and Mike Starn’s (Any) Body Oddly Propped

Doug and Mike Starn’s large-scale glass and steel commission (Any) Body Oddly Propped was recently installed at the Princeton University Art Museum.  “We like to envelope your vision and experience. It’s not about something you approach and examine, it’s like life – something that ...

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Robert Longo: I Am An Image Thief

What does copying another artist reveal about their work and yours? In an extraordinary video, Robert Longo talks about his ambitious project of copying several iconic paintings. With the artist’s permission, Longo meticulously photographed, documented and researched each work that are not only ...

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Pascal Dombis’ Immersive Installation

When viewers encountered Pascal Dombis’ Mixed_Grill(e) installation in Bogota, over one hundred thousand images created an immersive room of seemingly blurred images waiting to be interactively decoded and viewed through a lenticular sheet. Continuing his process of using technology to ...

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Fabienne Verdier’s grand process

Here is an excerpt of Philippe Chancel’s film about artist Fabienne Verdier’s work for Rome’s Palazzo Torlonia. This austere documentary highlights not only the incredible amount of calculated thought and planning Verdier puts into every giant brush stroke movement, but equally into the ...

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Kim Lim’s Contributions to Life and Art

Kim Lim’s extraordinary work is evident across her long career in printmaking and sculpture. Her ability to distill the complexities between art and nature with line, curve and surface finish often transcend the material itself. Here is an interesting video excerpt which focuses on the profound ...

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“Games People Play” by Thukral & Tagra

When we talk about interactive installations, it doesn’t get much more so than this. Artistic duo Thukral & Tagra combed the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum’s collection and focused on pieces of ancient and traditional games. Categorized into the physical, mental and spiritual, the artist’s ...

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Tom Carr’s Transformation of Space

We often relate to sculpture in terms of weight, strength, volume or durability, but Tom Carr’s installation Turritopsis presents the exact opposite and makes literal use of the subtitle “The Limits of Sculpture”. Here, we get to see an intriguing time-lapse of Carr installing some of the ...