"Sing to them that will listen," Bharti Kher, 2008. View larger.
Spotted at the Armory Show, this metal bowl with rice grains "on which English words are written by ink" by Bharti Kher, a London-born artist who lives and works in Dehli, India. One in a series of three variations. $100,000.
"Oslo 1976" (detail), Jacob Dahlgren, metal plate, muffin boxes, 2009. View larger.
At the Armory show in New York City, we liked "Oslo 1976," a set of repeating muffin tins, by the Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren.
Untitled (#1) (detail), El Anatsui, 2009. View larger.
We visited the the contemporary art fair, the Armory Show in New York City this weekend, and some of the standout pieces we came across were three installations by Ghanian-born artist El Anatsui presented by Jack Shainman Gallery. The enormous tapestry-like wall-hanging sculptures are woven from thousands of [...]
"Double Meat Head," Tony Matelli, 2008, Cast aluminum, cast bronze, urethane and paint. View larger.
We visited the Armory Show, the contemporary art fair, in New York City this weekend, and took in Tony Matelli's "Double Meat Head," a self-portrait diptych, from the Leo Koenig Gallery. The sculpture represents the two stages of Matelli's existence — [...]