January 22, 2013


Dandelion seeds, a taxidermy heron, nylon, lead, acrylic



Gone to Seed

Thistle seeds, a taxidermy carrion crow, nylon, lead, acrylic




Fruit flies, nylon, lead, acrylic


Here is the End of All Things

Thistle seeds, bluebottles, a taxidermy barn owl, nylon, lead, acrylic


"My work is about our relationship with the rest of nature, explored through notions of change, the passing of time, and the transience of everything around us. For me, creating seemingly solid structures or forms from thousands of individually suspended elements has a direct relation with my experience of these forces. There is a sense of fragility and a lack of solidity that carries through all the sculptures. I feel as if they are somewhere between movement and stillness, and thus in possession of a certain energy." Claire Morgan


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March 21, 2012

Find more images of Maddie the Coonhoud here
A super serious project about dogs and physics" done by an Atlanta-based photographer Theron Humphrey
Enjoy !

Filed under: Photography Jeanne 
February 17, 2012

D’Autremont Katrina

Kluner Nienke

Bergfors Edith

Porodina Elizaveta

Cabaleiro Ana

Durrow Margaret

Bielskyte Monika

 Girlcore magazine in its quest to promote female talent has launched an online gallery to uncover raw new artists.

A great way for discovering new photographers, illustrators and artists.

Filed under: Photography Jeanne Art 
February 3, 2012

"Alphacolor," 2011 Collage of found paper and images. 35 X 46 inches

"BADLAND," 2011 Found paper, and images; gold dipped wasps and nests.
45 X 75 inches

"Heroine on Hormones," 2009. Collage and string on found paper. 12 X 9 inches.
Private Collection of Guillermo Nicolas and Jim Foster.

"Primal Whores," 2010 Hand cut watercolor paper, found images on wallpaper 26 X 31 inches
Private Collection

"Suck and Let Go," 2010 Found images with inlayed color cardboard 25 X 20 inches Collection of Jan Jarboe Russell and Lucky Russell

guilded wasp nests

"Worn by The Sun," 2010 Sala Diaz, San Antonio, TX

Really interesting collages from a young american artist Kelly O’Connor

"My work is derived from a combination of memory, fantasy and fiction, often drawing from Western folklore through the use of iconic characters. I am particularly interested in the duality of characters that represent American idealism, yet were often tragic figures in their actual lives. Much of my work is about exposing the reality behind these public façades."

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December 23, 2011

The extraordinary photographer Ryan McGingley had his first exibition in London at the Alison Jacques Gallery, this December.

On the occasion of Ryan McGinley Wandering Comma, his first exhibition in London since his stunning Moonmilk series, he has put together seven new photographs, among others, in the largest format he has ever shown before. As he says, this exhibition is about size and with McGinley’s work, which blazed its way to the forefront of photography. He famously shot and filmed Tilda Swinton for her ad campaign for Pringle of Scotland and a stunningly memorable shoot, early on, starring Kate Moss. In 2003, he became one of the youngest artists to have a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York with The Kids Are Alright. Deliciously blurring the lines between what is real and what might not be, his work has influenced photography tremendously with an aesthetic that, while feels modern, could be the epitome of timelessness.”

Anothermag ( link for the interview)

Filed under: Jeanne Photography 
October 20, 2011

"LS06", 86 x 122cm, charcoal on paper, 2011


"The Lioness", 210x180 cm, oil on canvas, 2010


"Echo", 210 x 320 cm, oil on canvas, 2009


"Debaser Gaultier", 122 x 86 cm, charcoal on paper, 2008


"Yves Saint Laurent le smoking/bay", 195 X 250 cm, oil on canvas, 2006


"Spring Fall 15", 210 x 167 cm, oil on canvas, 2004


"Falling September", 122 X 86 cm, charcoal on paper, 2006

This is the work of the australian artist Micahel Zavros. I won’t say a lot about him because this great video explain everythings.

"An oblique video portrait of Artist Michael Zavros as he prepares for an exhibition of fine drawings to be shown in his incongruously gaudy home town of The Gold Coast"

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October 16, 2011

Alexander Korzer-Robinson statement:

"I am an artist from Berlin now living in Bristol. Drawing from a background in psychology, my art practice focuses on the notion of the “inner landscape”. Using generally discarded materials, I make objects as an invitation to the viewer to engage her/his own inner life in order to assign meaning to the artwork."

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October 16, 2011

Until the Kingdom Comes


"Photographs from Simen Johan’s ongoing project, Until the Kingdom Comes, depict an unsettling natural world hovering between reality, fantasy and nightmare. Johan merges traditional photographic and sculptural techniques with digital methods. Having originally photographed a variety of plants and animals in natural preserves, zoos, farms, museum dioramas or his own studio, the artist then resituates them digitally into new environments constructed from images photographed elsewhere.

In his work, Johan creates tension and blurs the boundaries between opposing forces, such as the familiar and the otherworldly, the natural and the artificial, the serene and the eerie. In one photograph, two black-beaked flamingos intertwine in an embrace that seems at once affectionate and restricting. In another, two hapless caribou lie glazed with ice, frozen in a scene that is both tranquil and brutal. Exploring the paradoxical nature of existence, the artist situates his images between an ideal paradise and a reality complicated by desires, fears and darker instincts.”

Yossi Milo Gallery

Filed under: Art Photography Jeanne Nature 
September 24, 2011

Untitled, 2006
Spray paint on paper, 250 cm x 200m

Untitled, 2006
Spraypaint on paper, 200 x 140cm

Untitled, 2007

 Spraypaint on paper, 140 x 200 cm

Untitled, 2006
spraypaint on paper, 100 x 70 cm

Untitled, 2006
spraypaint on paper, 300 x 200 cm

The Object Is the Mirror 1, 2006
spraypaint on paper, 140 x 200 cm

I never before would have wanted to earn a piece of art so badly. 
I like watching them, appreciating them but I don’t feel the need to posess one on my own.

But the work of Luke Dowd echoes in me in a particular way. I would like to be able to lose myself in those gems whenever I want, be able to feel their power at home, in my environment, instead of in a gallery or on my computer.
I can now understand the need of some compulsive collector, and the last thing for me to do is to write him to know the prices of those jewels.
And who knows if one day, snug in bed, I could meditate on the beauty of the world thanks to one of these master pieces.

And for the one who want to know more about Luke Dowd and less about me, here is an interview of the artist.

Sincerely yours

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September 14, 2011
"Laziness may appear attractive. But work gives satisfaction."

Anne Frank

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September 12, 2011

As fashion video is taking more and more place in the collections presentations, here is a great video shoot for YSL F/W 2010 collection, shooted by the famous couple Inez & Vinhood.

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August 28, 2011

Prada Fall/Winter 2011, video by Steven Meisel.

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