The art of James Nares really caught my eye. Larger-than-life, sculptural brush strokes in creamy tones appear suspended in mid-splash against colored backgrounds.
Ghada Amer's canvases of acrylic and embroidery feature great textures with erotic motifs. "The submission of women to the tyranny of domestic life, the celebration of female sexuality and pleasure, the incomprehensibility of love, the foolishness of war and violence, and an overall quest for formal beauty, constitute the territory that she explores and expresses in her art" (-Brooklyn Museum)
George Rousse, a French photographer, creates anomorphic art, changing but only viewable from one viewpoint. He usually takes an abandoned, industrial site and systematically paints a design to create the desired illusion, correcting for the angle of the perspectives, slopes and ramps. (The space below was physically painted white to achieve the box)
Martin Kline predominantly uses encaustic, or dry pigments mixed with molten wax on his canvases, creating fantastically ridged and textured graphic pieces.
I was also weirdly obsessed with the taxidermed reverse-foodchain tower of animals. The expression of the cow makes this wildy ridiculous and entertaining! (Joaqim Schonfiedl)
Rhee Ki Bong's Wet Psyche series....mysterious and hauntingly beautiful trees painted on resin.
Lee Ufan is a Korean Japanese minimalist sculptor and painter. From Line. Simple but quite poetic.
Ian Davis, Skeptics. I love the playfulness of this piece on highway traffic.
Leon Ferrari, Untitled
Victoria Vasarley, Ipam
Phillip Cognee, Random Fields
And too many more to name....!