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assemblages by Tyrrell Winston
The insanely detailed and ornate sculptural assemblages from Kris Kuksi. Definitely check out more here.
Kuksi’s current show “Amalgamation” is at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York through November 14th, and then his new solo show “Antiquity in the Faux” opens November 15th at Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City, CA.
Empty pill capsules manifest themselves into anthropomorphic sculptures through the works of Noumeda Carbone
Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco has two very interesting shows this month, the first entitled ‘Vessel’ comes from bay area sculptor Lucien Shapiro.
The second is from heavy-metal quilter Ben Venom for his second show with Guerrero called 'Piece of Mind’
Be sure to go on by and check out these two amazing works in person!
Red Hong Yi returns with this series of birds made from various plants, leaves and petals
Federico Uribe creates this incredibly elaborate carpet from thousands of perfectly placed computer parts
‘A Colorful Winter’ from Florent Tanet
Swedish artist Michael Johansson plays real-life Tetris with these perfectly assembled color coordinated cubes