“In our digital world what separates reality from computer generated imagery is thinning, vanishing. At times the eye is barely — if at all — able to distinguish one from the other.” –Alessio De Vecchi

Here are some of the items trending on the ARTWALK channel right now. Hope you find something here to enjoy!

Source: @194angellstreet

Olafur Eliasson Contact can been seen at The Fondation Louis Vuitton until Feb. 23.

Wolfgang Tillmans
Source: @kapka

a couple of months ago Renata Lemos Morais, curator of Trandusctions — a pop-up show at awesome
Pause Fest in Melbourne — asked if i would have liked to be part of her exhibition. she was particularly interested in some gifs i posted which had a tactile element to them. i decided to develop the concept a little further and here is the result…”

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Source: @kim


“Torn Between Two Lovers” https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=w1F5BLLFAeM

selfie, instagram by @joanheather

I have a deep appreciation for art that takes time and careful observation, and Nunzio does that again and again with his anatomical paintings and drawings.”

Nunzio Paci (@nunziopaci)
Title: The wind that sculpts your veins / Il vento che scolpisce le tue vene
Dim: cm 100×100 Technique: oil and pencil on canvas / olio, matita su tela Year: 2014

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Trailer Project: Some Like It Hot

from The Animation Workshop, a student project made by a crack team of 2nd year character animators and CG artists at The Animation Workshop/VIA UC in Viborg, Denmark. Assignment: Create a :30 trailer inspired by the Marilyn Monroe-starring comedy classic “Some Like It Hot”.

Twitter: @ArtwalkTV




@blx (blocks) a new web series bringing people back to where it all began for them. Their block.

www.bet.com/blx via @lucian

Independent and ad-free since 2009.


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