From My Inbox

Another installment of From My Inbox... Today we highlight art with some serious coolage. For reals everyone, the cool factor is high. One question: If a tree falls in the fridge and no one is around to hear it... can I still eat this cake? Helen Altman, Half-Life from Moody Gallery exhibition, 2011

Embrasse-moi, stupide: David Austen, Kiss Me Stupid, 2006


Incredible use of post-its, junk mail, and phone books! Hat tip to you, Joanna White:

Joanna White, clockwise from top: Peculiar Cases in Tidy Places VI, 2008; Choking, 2005; Is This the Ambush?, 2011; Detail of Worm, 2004

Top image: Ed Ruscha, Nice Hot Vegetables, 1976, from Richard Gray Gallery exhibition "Nice, Hot Vegetables: Ed Ruscha Works on Paper"

From My Inbox

More fab art from my inbox at work... this is just a sample of some pretty amaze exhibitions happening all over the world, from Australia to Paris to right here in lil' Denver. Belgian artist Wim Delvoye at the Museum of Old and New Art, December 10th - April 2nd 2012 for anyone in Australia


Nick Oberthaler at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris, November 25th - January 7th (or should I say 25 Novembre au 7 Janvier)


Jaume Plensa at Richard Gray Gallery, November 16th - January 20th for our Chicago friends


Brent Godfrey at Translations Gallery, October 21st - November 26th here in Denver. Don't miss it, you!

(From My Inbox is a weekly series of fantabulous art Erin finds via mail and email. If you have some awesome art to share, send it ova!