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Here are some quick pictures I took of the completed bronze. Now it’s headed off to the Museum of American Illustration in New York City. It will be there as part of their Spectrum show. This was one of about seven sculptures selected for the exhibit from the last five years of the Spectrum art annual.

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by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on August 19, 2014
Vesod and Morten Andersen are two painters who refuse to let time stand still. While the former works with figures that seem to move like slowed-down frames in an animation (Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase comes to mind), the latter fractures abstract forms that seem to shape-shift before our eyes. Currently on view at LA’s C.A.V.E. Gallery, Vesod and Morten Andersen’s two-person show “Remix Every Second” is an exploration of the ways the two artists can distort viewers’ experiences and even perhaps make them reflect on their perceptions of reality. Take a look at some opening night photos from “Remix Every Second” and see the show before it closes on September 6.
Top 5 - Morten Andersen
Last 5  Vesod

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Romain Laurent  

I am a photographer. And a director.
Living and working in New York City, born and raised in the french Alps.
Every week I do a loop portrait and post it here.
See my portfolio at www.romain-laurent.com
Work inquiries: contact@romain-laurent.com

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"Masters at surviving in the rain forest are some 150,000 Amazon Indians, like a cayman-toting Tukuna woman in a settlement near Tabatinga on the Peruvian border." National Geographic Magazine, March 1987, “Brazil: The Promise and Pain” Photo: Stephanie Maze

littlelimpstiff14u2:

"Masters at surviving in the rain forest are some 150,000 Amazon Indians, like a cayman-toting Tukuna woman in a settlement near Tabatinga on the Peruvian border."
National Geographic Magazine, March 1987, “Brazil: The Promise and Pain”
Photo: Stephanie Maze