Monthly Archives: March 2012

Art Friday: Jack Pierson

Monica Vitti, 2008 Plastic, wood, metal 52 x 244 x 13 cm Massachusetts-born artist Jack Pierson is best known for his collages, word sculptures and celebrity photographs. His Self-Portrait series was shown at the Whitney Biennial in 2004, and he will … Continue reading

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Minimal

At Martha Angus, we’re all minimalist mavens so we jumped at the chance to do a post on our favorite design style. These minimalist looks are sleek, sparse and oh-so-chic. When Winsome Brown and Claude Arpel opened their Tribeca home … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Richard Artschwager

Exclamation Point, 2010 Plastic bristles on a mahogany core painted with latex (ed. of 3) 165.1 x 55.9 x 55.9 cm For nearly five decades, American painter, sculptor and all-around maverick, Richard Artschwager has pushed the boundaries of perception. His … Continue reading

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Storage Wars

Anyone who has ever lived in a studio apartment, or basically anywhere in New York, knows that when it comes to storage, innovation is paramount.  These innovative designs prove that organization is indeed an art form. We like how Sparkeology … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Marine Hugonnier

Art For Modern Architecture Guardian Cuba Missile Crisis, 2011 Silk-screened Rives paper on vintage newspaper front pages 64 x 43.7 cm London-based artist Marine Hugonnier is best known for examining the relationship between words and images. In her ongoing series, ‘Art … Continue reading

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Mondrian Inspired

  Often referred to as the ‘father of geometric abstraction’, Piet Mondrian was all about absolutism. Using only black lines and primary colors, his work is both powerful and timeless.     Selecting reproductions of your favorite artwork can be … Continue reading

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Be Bold

While we love our cozy, wintry blacks and grays, it’s definitely time to spice up our cold weather ways. We’re turning to these bits of colorful inspiration to make a bolder statement this season! There’s nothing minimal about this Jil … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Gerhard Richter

7 Standing Panes, 2002 Glass and steel construction 234 cm x 167 cm x 318 cm For nearly five decades, legendary German artist Gerhard Richter has defied the art world’s attempts to classify his work. He’s a painter, visual artist, … Continue reading

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