Hi Fructose Magazine Volume 24

By | August 3, 2018

This is Hi-Fructose Magazine Volume 24 2012. “Hi-Fructose has once again scoured the planet for the best in New Contemporary art with our next issue Vol. 24, available in July. We start things off with the animal/human hybrid sculptures of Alessandro Gallo, then get blinded by the explosions of color of Tomokazu Matsuyama, and then shine a spotlight on a new show by Hi-Fructose favorite Josh Keyes. We explore the introspective bandaged paintings of Kwon Kyung-Yup, we discover the weightless paintings of this issue’s cover artist Henrik Aarrestad Uldalen, but not before we delve into the enigmatic work of French artist Mirka Lugosi. We then have an excellent multi-page feature on the provocative street artist Mark Jenkins right before we dissect the mixed media work of Ted Vasin, which is followed my a multi-page feature on painter/sculptor/rogue scientist Scott Musgrove, and the melancholic paintings of Hsiao-Ron Cheng! Plus the ink drawings of Iain Macarthur, Luke Chueh’s new monograph, Parra’s “Pierced” and more!”

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Terry L. on 08/03/2018 at 02:43.

great book if you like the underground art world type of magazines

Robert I. Hedges on 08/03/2018 at 02:48.

Hi Fructose Volume 24: Worth It For Alessandro Gallo Alone

Anonymous on 08/03/2018 at 03:19.

“Hi Fructose” regularly provides the best (and occasionally worst) in pop surrealism and contemporary art. Volume 24 is worth owning for several reasons, but the amazingly detailed anthropomorphic animal sculptures of Alessandro Gallo are worth the price of admission alone. Mark Jenkins street art is highly individualistic, yet stunningly imaginative (though on occasion disturbing,) and is highly worth investigating as is the art of Josh Keyes (I particularly liked Keyes’ juxtaposition of…