Ines Seidel born 1972 is a Germany-based artist which uses books as the background in a landscape. Crisscrossing the landscape with string, Seidel embeds rocks, fastens folded packets of paper, and stitches independently cut words into the book.
Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka, brings the world to life in stunning detail in miniature.
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The show “Two Houses,” at the Chastain Arts Center through April 17, is an exploration into the definition of relationships, the familiar, and the delicate notion of home as sanctuary. It features the work of Jessica Caldas and Aubrey Longley-Cook, winners of the 2014 Emerging Artist Award from the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs.* The artists share […]
Great review of the Chastain show on Burnaway!
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Photos featured in The Guardian’s Guide to Atlanta art galleries, attractions, and events.
xoxo. (at Fountainhead Studios)