Cameron Stalheim creates mixed-media sculptures that indulge the stuff of nightmares. His most recent work, and then I saw Colby on the Street and my fantasy died, is a striking depiction of a collapsed merman taking his last breaths. Several times longer than human height, the sculpture confronts us with an image of death: in this case, the death of our collective childhood fantasies (who didn’t want to live among the mermaids when they were young?). Read more on Hi-Fructose.

Check out our photos from Frieze New York on Hi-Fructose.

Photo credit: Bradley Tangonan.

In the studio with sculptor and installation artist Tracey Snelling. Stay tuned for photos on our blog. #hifructosemag #art

In the studio with sculptor and installation artist Tracey Snelling. Stay tuned for photos on our blog. #hifructosemag #art

A museum entitled Andy Warhol – Icons was a temporary installation created to house an assortment of Andy Warhol’s work. The installation was designed by Portuguese studioLIKEarchitects for the atrium area inside of Lisbon’s Colombo Shopping Mall. This configuration was made up of 1,500 gleaming metal paint cans, a reminder of his legendary Campbell’s soup cans. The temporary museum became a form of interactive art because it’s unique layout, continually changing the guests perspectives as they wandered throughout the cans. See more after the jump!
MORE: http://hifructose.com/2013/07/26/andy-warhol-icons-a-temporary-andy-warhol-museum/

A museum entitled Andy Warhol – Icons was a temporary installation created to house an assortment of Andy Warhol’s work. The installation was designed by Portuguese studioLIKEarchitects for the atrium area inside of Lisbon’s Colombo Shopping Mall. This configuration was made up of 1,500 gleaming metal paint cans, a reminder of his legendary Campbell’s soup cans. The temporary museum became a form of interactive art because it’s unique layout, continually changing the guests perspectives as they wandered throughout the cans. See more after the jump!

MORE: http://hifructose.com/2013/07/26/andy-warhol-icons-a-temporary-andy-warhol-museum/


More Hugs by Attaboy!

More Hugs by Attaboy!


More Hugs by Attaboy!

More Hugs by Attaboy!

More Hugs by Attaboy!

More Hugs by Attaboy!

Yoko D’Holbachie appeared on the cover of hi-Fructose vol.6. In 2007.That issue also featured Audrey Kawasaki,Jonathan Viner, Jordan Crane,Marion Peck, Jason D’Aquino,the sculptures of Ron Mueck, Ken Keirns, Apak, Angry Woebots, and more.#art #hifructosemag

Yoko D’Holbachie appeared on the cover of hi-Fructose vol.6. In 2007.That issue also featured Audrey Kawasaki,Jonathan Viner, Jordan Crane,Marion Peck, Jason D’Aquino,the sculptures of Ron Mueck, Ken Keirns, Apak, Angry Woebots, and more.#art #hifructosemag

Special Marco Mazzoni insert in HF 27 #art #marcomazzoni

Special Marco Mazzoni insert in HF 27 #art #marcomazzoni

Annie Owens’ “Vultures” #art #watercolor #annieowens

Annie Owens’ “Vultures” #art #watercolor #annieowens