Mark A. Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Science (1967) and Master of Science (1970) in art and art education with a special focus in drawing and printmaking from Towson University. With over forty years of experience in the fine arts, thirty years in teaching art, twenty years teaching geometry and geometric systems, Reynolds holds quite the extensive Curriculum Vitae.
To Build A Home is a solo project presented by Gilbert1 and run in an abandonned place, a house on the edge of the forest, which was a meeting room and a room for parties of a sanatorium, designed by modernist architect André Lurçat in the 60′s. The project is focused on the building of a home, metaphor of the place full of our own story, in which we can recharge, but in which we can not remain forever, since man is not immortal, he is forced to abandon his own creation that will survive him. Only time and nature retain control Original music ‘To buid a home’ by The Cinematic Orchestra Additional pictures by Sylvain Raybaud.
On Jerome Street in London an anonymous street artist decided to play a game with the city which (literally) tells a story to the viewer. This “Once Upon A Time” story forced both the artist and the cleaners to work as a team to complete it. After each line from the artist was removed a new one would be put back on. Read it and enjoy!
The celebrity-obsessed fartist Hanksy has teamed up with Pharrell and his I Am Other creative team for “It’s a Punderful Life.” Check the video learn about his borderline obsession with Tom Hanks and lend light to an otherwise dark and mysterious, but punny career.
When husband and wife art/design duo Jason and Sharon Gale (Quite British Accent) began working together, someone told them that sport had no place in art. Rather than take heed, the couple produce all their work using the visual vocabulary of sporting culture. Their latest collection, exhibited recently at Core at Nolias Gallery, includes a series of textile slogans appliquéd onto vintage football shirts. The work satirises the sport-in-art argument and likens popular culture heroes to sporting heroes.
After the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in April 1986, the Ukrainian government created the Exclusion Zone, an area of restricted access meant to contain the degenerative effects of the radioactive fallout from the blast and a way to keep curious eyes away from one of the worst nuclear power plant accidents in history. However, despite a natural population that still persists to this day, tourists can be granted day passes to explore the irradiated ruins of Chernobyl and neighboring city Pripyat. Hélène DemiPoulpe Veilleux’s photo journal documents her travel into the Zone, uncovering the remnants of lives left behind in the two ghost towns, which still stand to this day as twin sacrifices to the alter of scientific progress.