Mondo Bizzarro

Mondo Bizzarro is a contemporary art gallery located in Rome, Italy. We exhibit pop surrealism, erotic photography and urban art since 1995.
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Agata Baltyzar is a painter from Przemysl, Poland, born 1979. 

The source of my inspiration is nature, people and animals observation. My pictures are full of metaphors as a great medium of symbolic language. I am focused on the human figure in space and nature. The relation between the figure and the background is the basic requirement of my paintings. The desire to discover dependencies between various beings plays also a crucial role in my artistic work. 

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bobbycaputo:

Ethereal Views of Earth From Way Up High

While reading a Japanese guidebook about Bolivia in the mid-’90s, Asako Shimizu noticed a small black-and-white photograph of a salt flat with a seemingly endless horizon. The memory of the image stuck in her mind for 10 years until finally, in 2006, she was able to visit the South American country where, inspired by the image, she created the series “On Her Skin.” 

Shimizu went to the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni, which covers more than 4,000 square miles and is roughly 12,000 feet above sea level. If you have friends who have visited, chances are your Facebook timeline has been filled with trippy photographs that play off the optical illusion of people balancing on odd objects or holding a mini version of fellow travelers in the palm of their hands. 

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Street artist - INTI, born in Valparaíso, Chile takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots.

His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, his work still remains fine, controlled and technically dazzling. With a warm orange glow, the murals often contain themes of life, death, ancient religion and Christianity, all drawn together with one or two strange characters. 

Although the strong sense of Latin culture can be felt with INTI’s paintings, he has become an ambassador of South American street art worldwide. via Street Art Bio

Check out his Facebook page.

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Street artist DALeast was born in 1984 in Beijing, China and is currently based in Cape Town, South Africa. He studied Sculpture at the Institute of Fine Arts and began making art in public spaces in 2004. His murals can be found in cities around the world including the U.S., Switzerland, Namibia, France, Israel, Australia and China. Check out his website.

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moon83:

Paper Quilling

by Ayobola Kekere-Ekun

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theclassyissue:

Rowan Newton

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anarcotrafficante:

Sally StorchPentimentoOil on canvas, 201243 x 37”

anarcotrafficante:

Sally Storch
Pentimento
Oil on canvas, 2012
43 x 37”

thenoguchimuseum:

Portrait of Frida Kahlo found in Isamu Noguchi’s archives, ca. 1930s.
In all likelihood, this photo was taken by Noguchi during the time he was working on his commission at the Mercado Abelardo Rodrigues in Mexico City in 1936.  The pair stayed in touch throughout the 1940s, when Frida made occasional visits to New York for treatments for her ongoing ailments. A framed collection of butterflies hangs above Frida’s bed in the Casa Azul in Mexico City, a gift from Noguchi.  
The Noguchi Museum Archive

thenoguchimuseum:

Portrait of Frida Kahlo found in Isamu Noguchi’s archives, ca. 1930s.

In all likelihood, this photo was taken by Noguchi during the time he was working on his commission at the Mercado Abelardo Rodrigues in Mexico City in 1936.  The pair stayed in touch throughout the 1940s, when Frida made occasional visits to New York for treatments for her ongoing ailments. A framed collection of butterflies hangs above Frida’s bed in the Casa Azul in Mexico City, a gift from Noguchi.  

The Noguchi Museum Archive

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therumpus:

The Shape of Ideas by Grant Snider