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Come To Daddy, 2015, is a mixed media sculpture by Chilean artist Iván Navarro. This piece was on view at the Galerie Daniel Templon booth at The 2016 Armory Show, and the Gallery Insider provides background information on both the artist and the mixed media art work.
Click here or on the image to see more!
The Gallery Insider visits "Sea of Buddha," an exhibition of photographs and video by the Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto at Pace Gallery in New York. The Gallery Insider allows teachers and students to utilize contemporary art gallery exhibitions for in-classroom discussions including a series of essential questions about the show. Click here or on the image to read more.
Surrealist Frogger, the classic arcade game but with Surrealist art! Our customized Frogger game finds our friendly frog having to dodge Salvador Dali's melting clocks, monsters by Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp's "Fountain," and jump on Magritte's Apple Man, and much more! Click here or on the image to play now!