Salt Crystal Bride Gown

Sigalit Landau, Salt Crystal Bride Gown III, 2014. Image courtesy of the artist and Marlborough Contemporary, London. Photo by Studio Sigalit Landau.

Sigalit Landau, Salt Crystal Bride Gown III, 2014. Image courtesy of the artist and Marlborough Contemporary, London. Photo by Studio Sigalit Landau. On view at Marlborough Contemporary, London.

Photographed underwater, working in collaboration with Yotam From, the images document the transformation of a dress submerged in the salt-rich waters of the Dead Sea.

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10 types of contemporary artworks we had enough of

This is a first draft, I’ll be working more on this list, then publish it as a complete guide to contemporary art new cliches. Maybe.

In the meantime, feel free to add yours!

1. people covered up in paint

2. minimal concrete sculptures

3. upside down stuff

4. miniaturized stuff

5. sliced stuff

6. neon light written stuff (especially literary quotes)

7. works unveiling art system’s contradictions

8. underwater stuff

9. invisible works of art

10. all kinds of pranks (you’re not funny)

update: here are some interesting addictions that popped up in my facebook profile:

11. skulls or other “cool” objects covered in diamonds (Manolo Remiddi)

12. all videostuff with “talking heads” (Aristarkh Chernyshev)

13. performance art involving nude bodies (Alexei Shulgin)


update n.2
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Bruce Sterling just made his comments on the list, and added a very good one:

n.14 electronic-art installations with snarled, kinky, foot-snagging wiring