Bob Dylan very first time exhibition in New York this month of May 2014. Multiple paintings for sale from $2 500 to $400 000.
British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, pioneer in public artwork promoting marine conservation, environmental awareness and social change.
Philip Munoz’s hyperrealistic works capture the glamor and beauty of modern young women adorned with tattoos, piercings and individualistic personal style.
Brooklyn-based artist Randall Stoltzfus creates gritty oil paintings that explore the rural landscapes of a childhood spent in the Shenandoah Valley.
Matt Molloy is a photographer hailing from Canada, known for using time-lapse to create incredible portraits of landscape and natural events.
San Francisco based artist, Daniel Segrove’s figurative work deftly captures the emotional energy behind our diverse feelings and expressions.
Photographer/filmmaker Richard Mosse’s pink-hued images focus on war-torn regions, beautifully capturing the effects of conflict in bold, cinematic style.
Rirkrit Tiravanija is a Thai conceptual artist known worldwide for his abstract projects and ongoing influence in the development of relational art.
San Franciscan artist Kevin Earl Taylor produces fantastical, allegorical works highlighting the human desire to dominate the natural world.
Los Angeles based, Australian soft sculpture artist Alice Lang explores sewn sculpture through forms that are grotesque, decorative and feminine.
Surasi Kusolwong – Thai performative artist creates illustrations that explore modern day consumerism, the global economy and material values.
Okuda San Miguel commissioned to thoroughly cover a 100-year old church-turned skate park into giant showcase for his vibrant, geometric style street art.
Superb photoshooting of babies taking a dive for the first time, by Seth Casteel !
New Zealand native, artist, painter and environmental activist, Aaron Glasson or Rah Akaishi is known for uniquely beautiful and bizarre street art.
Some amazing physical embodiments of human beings made them hybrids.
Amazing street art portrayed on Urban walls using retro gifs internet technology.
In memories of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, the world’s longest-reigning and the world’s most adored and one of the world “the Great Artist”.
Known for his hyper-realistic paintings of fruit and vegetables, Oregon-based artist Eric Wert is an oil painter with origins in scientific illustrations.
Thai artist and spiritual follower Tida Wei paints still life of flowers in a vibrant and expressive, acrylic-based style.