It’s been a minute since I visited the most recent Art Expo NY — which was pretty darn impressive this time around. One of my favorite pink things from the show is Capsule II (Pink), a Pink Rotary Dial Telephone surrounded by fluttering Monarch Butterflies and encased in a resin block. This artwork by Diana Vurnbrand (who is also well-known for her photography) sells for $4,500.
If you love Skulls and Taxidermy Bats as much as I do, you will flip out over NYC-based artist Joseph Grazi’s new collection of sculptures and drawings, God Complex, up for just three short weeks at Joseph Gross Gallery. Seriously, it is pretty awesome.
According to the shows official press release, these artworks, “illustrate man’s increasing dominion over the natural world. With the human brain being the most complex structure existing in the known universe, we have been given the ability to manipulate the environment as we please and, ultimately, bend nature itself to our insatiable needs.” I can’t say that I disagree with that statement. Continue reading Joseph Grazi’s God Complex at Joseph Gross Gallery