In fact, this Saturday, April 12, she realized an artistic performance entitled PlopEgg # 1, the birth of a painting consisting of “lay” eggs filled with paint with sex for a painting.The method comprises introducing eggs filled with dyes, it “lays” then over a white canvas.
Here is how Milo Moiré justifies this approach
It is a personal, intuitive experience in which I can develop a deep intensity, but also the sincerity of my art. I create and I use the original source of femininity, my vagina. I visualized the archetype of female artistic power: creation. I used the egg as a symbol of birth. Canvas expresses the concept of tabula rasa and the egg itself, once broken on the canvas, artistic potential. “
Now she is trying to sell the painting and realized.
After all, given the good looks of this “artist”, no one will complain, even if some question while others speak bluntly artistic decadence.
Source : asylum-art
from Maha Shivaratri festival, Angalamman Temple, Kaveripattinam. gaken during “The Mayana Soora Thiruvizha” festival takes place every March in the small village of Kaveripattinam the day after Mahashivarathiri (The great night of Shiva). The festival is devoted to Angalamman, a fierce guardian deity worshipped widely in Southern India.
Ice Typography by Nicole Dextras
“The Ice Typography” series by Nicole Dextras, a Canadian environmental artist, gathers some 3D words in ice that the artist has made thanks to wooden splints. From the city of Toronto to the Yukon river, these poetic installations show the words as ephemeral and in perpetual evolution.
Sandra Chevrier’s “Les Cages: A Fractured Gaze” at Mirus Gallery
Canadian artist Sandra Chevrier’s collaged portraits utilize a facet of pop culture that has never, until recently, been regarded as “for women”: the superhero comic book. In recent years, the world of comics has broken down its macho modus operandi, yet the superhero narrative continues to be emblematic of a dichotomous, stereotypical view of gender. Chevrier creates portraits of women, reclaiming the narratives they have been excluded from by collaging climactic scenes from Batman and Superman into masks that hide the female sitters’ true identities. For her upcoming show, “Les Cages: A Fractured Gaze,” Chevrier said that she intentionally depicted the masks as suffocating and oppressive, symbolizing the gender discrimination that persists today. “Les Cages” opens on April 5 at San Francisco’s Mirus Gallery and will be on view through May 10.
Striking Portraits of Ancient Tribes Around the World- Jimmy Nelson
In 2009, photographer Jimmy Nelson set out on a journey to document the ‘world’s last indigenous cultures’. Using a 4×5 camera, Nelson took an amazing series of portraits, featuring 31 ancient tribes around the world.
The project, entitled Before They Pass Away, culminated with an elegant hardcover book (available in three versions) featuring stories of his encounters and nearly 500 photos.
Obscure Sculptures by Wim Botha
Lately sculptures formed out of books seems to be progressing with us. Artist Wim Botha based out of South Africa chooses specific books reflecting human identity and immorality.
“There is seldom a distinction to be drawn between the prominence of the concept and that of the medium. I work with materials central to mass consumerist applications, that are subsequently transformed in essence and meaning to a point at which material and concept becomes integrally interdependent.” -Wim Botha.
Poetry in Collages by Caroline Attan
British artist Caroline Attan combines the paper art, origamis, collages and poetry to make colorful circular compositions. Between the folded and glued paper, we can read Pablo Neruda’s poetry. A work which is a recall of Apollinaire’s calligrammes, updated by the paper art trending.
Paper Mosaic Sculptures by Gunjan Aylawadi
Paper artist Gunjan Aylawadi is based in Sydney, Australia. She uses a unique method of paper cutting and curling, adding layers of texture to get sculptural form with her hand made work. The process has been a long time of research and experiment and now she can give shape to her ideas with a very detailed and original style!
She actually shows large paper mosaic installations at the “He Made She Made” gallery, Darlinghurst, 70 Oxford street, Sydney.