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asylum-art:

Yusuke Sakai: “Skin’

Japanese photographer Yusuke Sakai, born in Osaka in 1984, has decided to take a close-up, the skin of different animals across the planet. Gathered under the heading “Skins” snapshots lead to rather surprising visual and aesthetic experiences. Between feathers, leather and fur, each epidermis leads to a balanced composition, punctuated by the play of colors, patterns and textures. In spring a symbolic hymn to diversity, the choice of frames, each evoke an object, sensation or even a familiar space. A conceptual sampling so that art and biology intersect.

1. Guinea fowl

2.White bear

3.Bactrian camel 

4.African Elephant

5. Reticulatad Giraffe

6.  Asiatic black bear

7. Zebra

8. American flamingoGoat

9. Japanese Deer

10. Hippopotamus

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psycho-chiller:

shvtd0wn:

This is how I take selfies too, dog.

dogs are better than humans

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vvni:

Billows

by Andre J

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anotherguyabroad:

Marrakech, Morocco. 

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asylum-art:

Internationally acclaimed artists Jane and Louise Wilson are known for their film and photographic works, often exploring states of consciousness and the experience of place. This summer a series of large-scale photographs from their ongoing investigation into the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster premieres at the John Hansard Gallery. The exhibition also features a number of other works, many previously unseen in the UK.

Atomgrad (Nature Abhors a Vacuum), 2010 is a suite of eight photographic prints depicting deserted interiors from the abandoned town of Pripyat, situated within the 30km wide Exclusion Zone around the site of the disaster. Books remain on shelves and desks, bed frames remain intact and once-exquisite parquet flooring lies on the ground like rubble. A yardstick appears within each image and is a recurring motif throughout the exhibition. These objects of measurement – functional yet obsolete – act as a marker of scale and order, alluding to the tensions between association and analysis, memory and material fact.

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Luke, the Force is strong in your family.  Pass on what you have learned.  There is another Skywalker.

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