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http://www.rolandflexner.com/Bubbles2.htm Roland Flexner makes “Pop art” at its most literal: India ink and soap bubbles, allowed to pop, create visuals akin to mini-planets. I found an exhibit of these in the Albright-Knox, and was captivated with them even before reading how they’d been created. Luckily, another artist’s description of how messy the process is dissuaded […]

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The Exhibition: Rides – Torontoist

http://torontoist.com/2010/09/the_exhibition_rides.php I appear to be the only Torontoist reader on SU, which is a shame as it’s quite a fun site and exhibits far more love for my hometown than I can muster. Today’s photo feature: Slow-shutter shots of the midway rides at the Canadian National Exhibition, also known to Toronto kids as the Death […]

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Top Posters – OCAIW: Orazio Centaros Art Images on the Web

http://www.ocaiw.com/posters/index.php?lang=en&category=fart I really have to learn to stop getting my hopes up. Clicking on a page listing the “Top 100” most popular fine artworks yields the usual array of Monet and Van Gogh (whose works sometimes get a double-listing – now that’s popularity!) alongside “Dogs Playing Pool,” which surprisingly outranks “Dogs Playing Poker.” *SIGH* Of […]

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Stand By Your Statue: January 2005

http://standbyyourstatue.blogspot.com/2005_01_01_standbyyourstatue_archive.html I’ve got to dig up my friend’s version on the “fetal position/pain” statue in Montreal…

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