— iainclaridge.net

Archive /
Art

Christian Schad

Bettina by Christian Schad, 1942.

Via Generic.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Paul Rand: AIGA

AIGA poster, 1968 by Paul Rand.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Magritte Birkenstocks

Working in conjunction with the Magritte Foundation, Opening Ceremony applies reproductions of the artist’s most iconic Surrealist paintings onto classic Birkenstock styles.

Via YMFY.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Arjan Janssen

Painting by Arjan Janssen.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Eugenia Loli

Eugenia Loli

Vices of a Secretary (top) and Rayguns by Eugenia Loli.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

1 image d’un agent de la Nasa + 1 œuf

Mixed media collaboration by Arnaud Jarsaillon and Rémy Poncet, aka Brest Brest Brest.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Hans Erni: Cinematheque Suisse

Poster by Hans Erni promoting Cinematheque Suisse, 1950.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Skater 1964

Painting by Alex Colville.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Miya Ando 2014

Emptiness The Sky (Faint Pink), Pigment, Urethane, Aluminum.

New work by Miya Ando for 2014.

A descendant of Bizen sword makers, Ando was raised among Buddhist priests in a temple in Okayama, Japan. Combining traditional techniques of her ancestry with modern industrial technology, she skillfully transforms sheets of metal into ephemeral, abstract paintings suffused with color.

The foundation of Ando’s practice is the transformation of surfaces. She applies heat, sandpaper, grinders, acid and patinas to metal canvases, irrevocably altering the material’s chemical properties to produce subtle, light-reflective gradations of color and texture.

As with her earlier metal paintings, her new works are luminous blue, pink, green and gold, a palette she conjures from a limited selection of industrial dyes. Ando uses different techniques to adhere the color to the aluminum panels, including anodization, in which sapphire crystals are electroplated to the metal, allowing the dyes to bond. Another approach is the layered application of pigments and urethane, which allows for variations of color and finish, with some areas of the painting matte and others glossy. To produce a high-gloss finish, Ando adds up to twenty layers of urethane and resin, which vividly amplifies the reflective quality of the metal. The resulting works subtly evoke ethereal, minimalist landscapes, cloud formations and abstracted metallic horizons.

Miya Ando’s solo exhibition, ‘Kisetsu’ (Seasons) at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York.

Exhibition dates: October 16 – November 15, 2014
547 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001.

also on iainclaridge.net ...

Anni Albers wallhanging

Ancient Writing, 1936
59 × 43 3/4 ins. (149.9 × 111.1 cm)
Rayon, linen, cotton and jute.

Via The Josef & Anni Albers Foundation.

also on iainclaridge.net ...