Illustration: Yes! David Shrigley drawings in the new Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin
Ever-innovative _Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin_ have just launched their annual art special which sees the Glaswegian master of silliness David Shrigley follow in the likes of Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer and Anselm Kiefer.
I enjoy wandering through second-hand book stores. Sometimes I find genuine treasures. Unluckily, most store owners recognise the gems before I spot them. A case in point was a very expensive book …
Peter Müller-Munk | Sugar bowl | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Peter Müller-Munk (American, 1904). Sugar bowl, 1931. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Isenburger, 1978 (1978.439.4ab)
‘The Painter’s Family’, Giorgio de Chirico, 1926 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Painter’s Family’, Giorgio de Chirico, 1926 In the mid-1920s de Chirico reworked many of the themes of his pre-war paintings in the light of his interest in the art of the old masters. In contrast to their pre-war counterparts, the mannequins in this work have a flesh-like solidity, while their grouping echoes traditional scenes of the Holy Family. The easel and painting stick appear to refer to the artist's belief in the importance of old-fashioned technical skills…
David Shrigley's Giant Sculpture for Central Park - artnet News
New York's Public Art Fund has announced that on September 8, the British artist David Shrigley will unveil a 17-foot-tall sculpture in Central Park.
Clock Clock 24 | Modern / Contemporary Clocks
This statement-making object re-contextualizes time through an ingenious marriage of analog and digital. Twenty-four round clocks come together to create one giant digital display. The clock hands are choreographed, liberating the clocks from the sole purpose of telling time. Can be set for 12- or 24-hour time in three different modes: minimal, medium or elaborate movement between minutes. Includes USB power adapter.