Buff Monster – “Melt With Me” Exhibition

Buff Monster recently presented a solo show entitled “Melt With Me” that was on display last week in NYC. The show is a culmination of over a year of explorations in sculpture, from the smooth sexy large scale pieces to the gritty smaller concrete ones. The show is taking place at a great location right near my studio that he’s wanted to use for a long time.

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David Burton – Matte Black Sculptures

David Burton is an American artist who creates incredible work in a variety of mediums. Specifically, his sculpture and installation work which feature recycled materials such as frames and toys are painted matte black and create a jaw dropping experience for the viewer.

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Victor Koroma – Our Fantastic Death by Crayons

“Our Fantastic Death by Crayons” is a series by photographer Victor Koroma that juxtaposes a tool that symbolizes death and destruction and a tool that symbolizes creation and youthful imagination. The series explores the thought that we die from our own creations. That by creating we destroy and by destroying we create.

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Ron English @ Secret Fresh in Manila

The Secret Fresh in Manila opened a new exhibition featuring the work of Ron English over the past weekend. he New York-based artist created some live painting art work, and other sculptural pieces on display, however, the stars of the show were the larger than life “Temper Tot” toys.

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Christopher Boffoli – Big Appetites

Big Appetites is a series of fine art photographs by artist Christopher Boffoli. The series presents tiny, meticulously detailed figures posed in real food environments, referencing both a cultural fascination with tiny things as well as an American enthusiasm for excess, especially in the realm of food. The photographs have been published in more than 95 countries around the world.

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