Suresh Pariyat and his production company Studio Eeksaurus are known for creating iconic works in the field of animation and claymation (remember those Amaraon Battery ads?) This week, Colossal features ‘Tokri’, an award-winning calymation short film about family and forgiveness by Studio Eeksarus that was eight years in the making.
Why have Jean Michel-Basquiat’s depictions of heads been shattering record after record over the past few years? In Artsy, Shannon Lee does a detailed dive-in and offers some fascinating insights.
In The New York Times, Ted Loos does a profile of Sophie Taeuber-Arp, the Swiss Dada pioneer who went decades without the wide recognition she deserved. But all that seems to be changing.
Ysabelle Cheung in Artsy offers a compilation of 10 Korean artists shaking up the contemporary art space.
Check out this Q&A in Juxtapoz with Yu Maeda, a Japanese-born Los Angeles-based painter, as he describes his journey from being a commercial animator in Japan to hosting his first solo show as a fine artist in LA!
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