Pakayla Biehn, "People in love" oil & acrylic on canvas, 22" x 14"
This month San Francsico artist Pakayla Biehn has a solo show at Gallery Hijinks. Biehn paints photorealistic paintings which are inspired from multiple exposure photography. Combining indistinct figures with exquisitely detailed observations of nature, Biehn unifies dreams and reality into some . . . → Read More: Pakayla Biehn shows photorealistic multiple-exposure paintings at Gallery Hijinks in San Francisco
Who hasn’t wondered what they will look like in 25 years… or how they have changed the last 25 years?
“Generation” is a photographic series by German photographer Frauke Theilking which depicts the differences and similarities between mother/daughter and father/son pairs. To present the subjects as objectively as possible, Theilking avoided distractions like clothing . . . → Read More: Photographs showing how time changes us by Frauke Theilking
This is a thrill to watch, even on video.
Created by over 20 international artists and curators, “Immersive Surfaces” was a video projection installation onto the Manhattan Bridge in Brooklyn that was released during the Dumbo Arts Festival from September 23 – 25, 2011. It spanned over 30,000 sq. feet of the Manhattan . . . → Read More: A thrilling video projection show on Manhattan Bridge in Brooklyn