A wise man once told me there are an infinite number of artists in the world. Which I suppose then makes us like Georg Cantor the mathematician who invented set theory and explored the idea that some infinities are larger than others.
Like Georg, we've been trawling through the infinite, looking for the unique and we think we've found them. Or at least a few more of the good ones! We're incredibly excited to welcome 5 new Brooklyn artists to the Fiercely Curious family and we're madly in love with them all:
Come look at the world through Dan's lens for a minute - obsess over the tiny details and the overlooked pieces of life.
Another artist from the impeccable Invisible Dog Arts Center just around the corner from us, Susan uses three dimensional magnetized objects on a steel canvas to produce works that can be re-imagined & infinitely re-configured. Her installations are bold and stunning. And yes they involve magnets, so of course we love them.
Gun already feels like part of the Fiercely Curious family - he has already collaborated with some of our other photographers and we're proud today to showcase not only his current street photography but also his photo shoot of NYC in 1982 documenting the ordinary and the wonderful.
Where to begin with William? The part where he hasn't shown his art to anyone for 14 years or the fact that he creates obsessively detailed renderings of peonies in his apartment? Well, easier I suppose to let his work do the talking...
An architect by trade, Shane is comfortable breaking down walls (see what we did there?..) - and his work captivated us immediately with it's vibrant use of color, form and the way he is able to cross over disciplines. Layering paint, vectors and more paint and more vectorized lines we're featuring his Digital Archetypes series as well as his Shear Space oil painting series.
Bonus! A new series from Micaela Walker
Oh and as if that's not enough for you we have a new summer series from our talented photographer Micaela Walker just in time for the NYC summer.
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By the way - we're hard at work ensuring the site works on all your pocket computers out there and tweaking how the site loads. Today we're putting live a new, easier way to browse the art
on the site. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Much love, as always
Erin & Tom x