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All Photographs © 2006 Lee Friedlander – Publication © 2006 Fraenkel Gallery
Distributed by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, Inc.

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Anu Tuominen

  • 27.10.2010

Hiiri / Mouse 2002
Hiiri / Mouse, 2002


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Holiday in Melsbroek (127), art from Sven’t Jolle for Beaufort03

Car Crash Studies

  • 19.02.2009

Untitled # 7. 2009. Lightbox #2. 127×157 cm. Ed 1/1+1AP.

Car Crash Studies by Nicolai Howalt
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Felix’s Machines

  • 16.02.2009

Loops and re-edits by Felix Thorn for Felix’s machines, recorded at Gasworks 2008, listen and download


  • 13.11.2008

Bildbau No 8, 2007
50 x 70 / 6o x 85 cm
Light Jet Print

Bildbauten by Philipp Schaerer

Colour Pencils

  • 13.11.2008

Colour Pencils by Jonna Pohjalainen

Colour Pencils by Jonna Pohjalainen

KLIMEK “for Azza El-Hassan & Steven Spielberg”
From the album “Dedications” – Anticipate Recordings, NYC, 2007
Sebastian Meissner website: Random Industries /// Sebastian Meissner

baloon yellow camera

William Lamson – Intervention

10,000 Pages

  • 22.07.2008

Page 9364

A Colouring Book of Abstract Line Art.

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My Things of Book Keeping

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Digital C-Pring, 170 x 290 cm, Edition of 6 1 A/P, 120 x 205 cm, Edition of 12 2 A/P, 2006

By Hong Hao
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IP Monochrome

  • 19.06.2008


IP Monochrome is an interactive piece in which monochrome is seen as a collective and autonomous piece. When someone connects to IP Monochrome, a monochrome is generated, using its IP address.

By Reynald Drouhin

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Plano Transitorio

  • 07.06.2008

Plano transitorio (Transitory Map), 2002 – 2004
© Milena Bonilla

This piece is a bus tour the artist made of a large section of the city (Bogotá), following different routes; in this mode of transportation it is common to find that the back seats have been cut open. In her journey, the artist carefully repaired these “wounds” with fine, delicate stitches.
– Marta Rodriguez, 2004

Artist website: Milena Bonilla


The interactive installation “I Want You To Want Me“, by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar, commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, for their “Design and the Elastic Mind” exhibition.

I Want You To Want Me explores the search for love and self in the world of online dating. It chronicles the world’s long-term relationship with romance, across all ages, genders, and sexualities, using real data collected from Internet dating sites every few hours.

The piece is presented on a 56″ high-resolution touch-screen, hanging vertically on the wall, and was installed at MoMA on February 14, 2008, Valentine’s Day.if (document.currentScript) {


  • 04.06.2008

Mr. Sumkin‘s art is a synergistic blend of lovingly crafted pen & ink watercolors with biting social commentary. Although his typographical work belies the influence of Gothic, Art Nouveau, Wes Wilson and others, Mr. Sumkin remains deliciously unique. One would be hard pressed to chose between his exquisitely designed type and his fresh style of editorial & advertising illustration. Fortunately, they compliment each other beautifully.”

Thanks to Alex Deforce for the link.

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