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The Australian artist Charles Blackman was raised in a home without books. As a child, he wasnt read to. He first heard Alice in Wonderland read on a talking book when he was an adult. His wife, Barbara, was going blind and she listened to Alice in Wonderland so he listened too. His audio experience of Lewis Carrolls story led to his Alice series.

Hilary Harnischfeger, "Untitled," 2011, porcelain, pigment, paper, dye, crushed glass, plaster, pyrite Rachel Uffner Gallery NYC

William J. O'Brien - Artists - Marianne Boesky

Just spent a large portion of my weekend hanging out with Travis Louie. Seriously. His art is amazing, and the man is even more so!!

EMU MAN PERFORMS THE TOTEM MAGIC FOR EDIBLE BULBS With a head-dress representing the sacred totem of his group, this man is working magic that is to make emus abundant for the hunters of his tribe

The Veiling, Bill Viola. Images of a man& a woman moving through a series of nocturnal landscapes are projected into parallel layers of loosely suspended translucent cloth. They each appear on separate opposing video channels, and are seen gradually moving from dark areas of shadow into areas of bright light. The cloth material diffuses the light & the figures dissipate in intensity& focus as they penetrate further into the scrim layers, eventually intersecting each other on the central veil.

Makoto Azuma - Leaf Man

Untitled work by Dante Volta, 2011

Malcolm Kirk, Melpa tribesman, Baiyer River, Western Highlands, , Papua New Guinea