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adventures in pittsburgh: the mattress factory

I might be over 500 miles from Pittsburgh, but that doesn’t mean I can’t enlighten you all with a post about one of my many adventures in the city. 202 more words


Do you have to be an awful person to succeed as an artist in the u.k? Or indeed as anything.

O.K for the purpose of not getting sued I may change a few details of the guilty here, but also to protect the off guard remarks of the innocent. 964 more words


Featured + Interview

Double feature!

Saatchi Art featured my collage La Breeze on Celebrating Kusama collection and you can read a quick and funny interview on Mango Popsicle.

Thanks a lot!


Strong Kinetic and optical art presence at MiArt - International modern and contemporary art fair - Milan - April 10-12, 2015

miart 2015

10–12 April 2015

miart – international fair of modern and contemporary art
Viale Scarampo
Pavilion 3, Gate 5
20149 Milan

www.miart.it… 272 more words

Kinetic Art

Let There be Light...

My recent enchanting wander in Italy made me realize how much I miss the Murano chandelier I grew up with… Lighting up your bedroom in the morning – or the room you have decided to sleep in… no need to be always conventional – is a daily trauma. 219 more words

Non Classé

Seeing Spots at QAGOMA

My favourite gallery in Brisbane is QAGOMA- the Gallery of Modern Art. Set inside a stunning modern building GOMA pulls together collections from Australia and beyond. 340 more words


Tea Time in Wonderland

The 86 year old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has been named the most popular living artist today by The Art Newspaper. Instantly recognizable with her dot-patterned works, Kusama is a precursor of the pop art, minimalist and feminist art movements and has influenced contemporaries such as Andy Warhol. 252 more words