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You Are Here: Paintings by Kim Dorland

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Contemporary works tap into tradition of Canadian landscape painting

Toronto-based painter Kim Dorland revisits the image of the primal forest in You Are Here, a series of works that pays homage to the century-old tradition of Canadian landscape painting. Inspired by early 20th-century artists like Tom Thomson and Emily Carr, Dorland creates bold and expressive interpretations of northern landscapes. But while his forebears were focused on celebrating nature and......read more

Kim Boske: Nature

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Tongue-in-cheek depictions of "natural" landscapes

In a world where the vast majority of us live in cities, far removed from the rhythms of nature, it's easy to see why people have a tendency to view humanity and nature and separate entities. That view is false, obviously, and we're always interested in art that explores this idea. These photographs from Amsterdam-based artist Kim Boske do just that. Shot at what appears to be a natural history......read more

Kim Holtermand: Greenhouse

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Danish photographer snaps eerie and ethereal pics of a greenhouse operation

Kim Holtermand's moody photos of architecture and landscapes all carry a heavy, dark emotional punch. That sort of makes sense, given that when Holtermand isn't shooting pics for commercial clients or personal projects, he works as a fingerprints expert in The Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police. These photos of greenhouses, taken from a 2010 gallery posted on Behance, feature......read more

Kim Preston: Plastic Pacific

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Aussie photographer transforms everyday objects into underwater sea creatures

The massive plastic trash vortex in the North Pacific is one of the world's most depressing environmental issues. It's terrifying, really. Just thinking about it is enough to send me into the fetal position. Melbourne-based photographer Kim Preston faces up to the problem of plastic pollution with "Plastic Pacific," a new series of photos that find everyday plastic......read more

Environmental Sculpture

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From South Korean Artist Myeongbeom Kim

Myeongbeom Kim creates installations that deal with nature and are at once natural and unnatural. With the occaisonal man-made pieces colliding with natural elements he concots surreal dreamlike spaces. Myeongbeom Kim received his MFA in sculpture from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2008 after studying environmental sculpture at University of Seoul, South Korea. He often......read more

Emotive Film Photography by Kim Winderman

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Quiet, contemplative images in black and white

L.A. photographer and creative director Kim Winderman captures dreamy, nostalgic images that ask us to pause and look at things our gaze might ordinarily pass over. These black-and-white pictures, shot on film, show off her incredible eye for intricate abstraction and subtle details. Quiet and contemplative, Winderman's work explores the interplay between light and darkness, in both a visual and......read more

David Kimelman: Natural Order

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Fascinating photo series considers the complex relationship between humans and the natural world

In our cities of glass and pavement, we humans have a tendency to view ourselves as somehow separate from the natural environment. It's nonsense, of course, we are as much a part of the natural order as an elephant or an insect. But it's a powerful facade, one that makes "nature" seem otherworldly, something to be fascinated and repulsed by. Brooklyn-based photographer David Kimelman has......read more

Miru Kim Gets Naked in the City: Photos

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Artist reveals all in nude self-portraits shot in abandoned urban areas.

For most of us, the thought of being without clothes in some dark, desolate corner of an abandoned factory is, quite literally, a nightmare. For Miru Kim, it's just another day at the office. In Naked City Spleen, the New York-based artist photographs herself standing stark naked in urban ruins such as abandoned tunnels, sewers, catacombs, factories, hospitals, and shipyards. The body of work......read more

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