A look at the work of Brooklyn's KC Burney

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Brooklyn's KC Burney reaches down into the deep dark moist and mushy places of the collective human sub-conscience in producing his works. As one looks at at Burney's work and hears that he is "self-proclaimed necromancer" (according to some reports), you find yourself more and more wishing you could have a night to talk reality and the possibilities over a bowl of the devil's cabbage and the sacred fire. via Jux

Painting by Kim Shin Hye

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South Korean artist Kim Shin Hye has taken the use of gold pigments and ink to new heights. Here we see just one example of the hypnotic work Hye has been producing which seems to almost be topographic surveys of our dreams on one level - and visionary studies of forms on another. Timeless and haunting, Kim Shin Hye work is certainly that of a next level artist. via JUX

Breakfast & the Arts | Camille Garcia's Down the Rabbit Hole

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Ironically, these acid-induced conceptual visuals of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Camille Rose Garcia will be up for viewing at the The Walt Disney Family Museum starting May 9th until this November. via WA

Jaque Mate by Escif

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New Escif work in his native Spain letting everyone know where we're at. via JUX

Studio Museum in Harlem exhibition

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Showing through March 10 at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Fore presents 29 emerging artists of African-American heritage. The New York Times has described the exhibition as "Racial Redefinition in Progress" ... "keeping racial politics alive but discreet." One of the artists featured in the show is Los Angeles-based artist Kenyatta Hinkle, who paints over colonial-era postcards made for European eyes of nude and seminude "native" women from West Africa as seen here. via JUX

Art by Daniel Pagan

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Daniel Pagan is an up-and-coming artist born in Puerto Rico and raised in Queens, NY. Currently he is studying art in Baltimore at the Maryland Institute of Art. via: JP