Bob Lansroth

Bob Lansroth

Pavle Ivanovic hides behind the pen name of Bob Lansroth as he tries to explore the boundless diversity of artists and the various ways in which they strive to escape the quotidian life. It is through the creative force within us that we must attempt to connect with one another and share our ideas with the world.
Installation Art – Breaking the Boundaries of Our Perception

New Media |

In the modern world where so many different art forms have been born, developed, explored and even forgotten over time, almost no other manifestation of art is so impressive and instantly mesmerizing as Installation art. When you walk into a room where the...

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Dan Witz art Dan Witz Portrays the Art of Mosh Pits, Raves and Orgies in his New Show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

It is almost impossible to truly explain the feeling of being in a mosh pit while your favorite band is rocking out, or to convey with words the ecstasy of a rave party when you’re surrounded by a sea of bodies all moving to the same beat. Dan Witz uses art...

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Michael Brown Bends Reflections of Reality in Exhibition at Mike Weiss Gallery

Art Exhibitions |

The ancient mirrors were manufactured of polished stone such as obsidian, and the earliest known examples date back to Anatolia (modern-day Turkey) at around 6000 BC. Numerous millennia later, we cannot imagine our daily lives without at least glancing at our...

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The Spirit of Hayao Miyazaki in a Magical Art Exhibition at Sketchpad Gallery

Art Exhibitions, Art News |

“The creation of a single world comes from a huge number of fragments and chaos.” Through a career of over five decades in film directing, producing, screenwriting, animating, and story-creating, Hayao Miyazaki has created numerous worlds from...

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These are the Most Popular Contemporary Artists of February!

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

February has come and gone, and this year is already off to an interesting start. When it comes to our monthly list of the most popular contemporary artists, the second month of 2016 brought some significant changes, and quite a few provocative creators have...

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Jackson Pollock – Never-Ending Inspiration and Influence

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

Finally, we reach the end, or should we say the top, of our list. He was the first American artist to gain international reputation and acclaim as an innovator without having studied or worked in Europe, where modernism originated from. Famed for his style of...

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Bettina Rheims – From Strip-Tease Photos to Major Celebrities and Magazines

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

Starting her career with a series of photos of strip-tease artists and acrobats, Bettina Rheims developed her approach to photography and over the years became one of the most prominent people behind the lens. “I love the flesh. I am a photographer of the...

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Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

I guess some of you were wondering where the hell Banksy was on the list. Well, here he is, landing to third place from the last month’s winning position. Whether it’s actually him doing something noteworthy, or it’s people around him who use his...

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David Hamilton – (Child) Pornography, or Art?

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

Another artist appreciative of the female form, David Hamilton, developed his signature style quite early on. Photographs of early-teen girl cannot be mentioned even in the context of art without raising questions of deep controversy and even child...

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Nobuyoshi Araki – Provocative and Sexual

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

Any list of artists is rarely complete without at least some provocative and sexually charged artworks, and who better to play that part than Nobuyoshi Araki. The one and only, Araki is instantly recognizable by his controversial photography featuring female...

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David Choe – Clever Collaborations

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

Recently, David Choe has been very active and kinda all over the place, last month he landed on the third spot on our list, this time, he is at 6. The very dedicated muralist, graphic novelist, graffiti artist and figure painter is quite keen on working...

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Franco Grignani – An Impactful Career

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

Probably the most significant leap and the biggest surprise in this month’s list is Franco Grignani. The Italian artist was actually an architect by education and he first got involved in Futurism and graphic design when it comes to artistry. He was an...

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Alexis Diaz – Well on the Way to Stardom

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

The Puerto Rican painter and urban muralist Alexis Diaz has moved up one place from last month. Diaz wished to reach a wider audience with his art ever since the beginning and he has certainly made that happen. The prolific street artist has produced some of...

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Damien Hirst – It is the Concept that Matters, not the Execution

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

The most prominent member of the Young British Artists, and one of the richest artists in the world, Damien Hirst claimed his rise to fame back in the ‘90s. I mean, when someone like Charles Saatchi offers to fund whatever artwork you want to create,...

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sign up for more work from new york Jean-Michel Basquiat – What Would Have Been…

Most Popular Artists, Top Lists |

There may have been almost three decades since his death, but Jean-Michel Basquiat’s name has solidified into the history and fiber of art. The unprecedented dichotomies in his work have never been surpassed. The seemingly effortless conjunction of...

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World Photography Organization to Present Photo San Francisco Art Fair in Early 2017

Art Fairs, Art News, Photography |

After achieving stunning results and outstanding sales in their 2015 edition of Photo Shanghai, the World Photography Organisation announced it will be launching a sister fair, located in the US. Photo San Francisco Art Fair is scheduled for its premiere...

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Anti-graffiti Squad in Reims Cleans a Town House Commissioned Street Art by C215

Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

Christian Guémy, aka C215, was commissioned by the authorities of Reims in northern France to create his mark in the streets of the city. This same mark was then ordered to be removed, by the same authorities in the city. The piece featured a sulking boy and...

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Dove Bradshaw Triangular Abstraction Opening at Sandra Gering Inc.

Art Exhibitions |

Pioneer of the use of Indeterminacy in art, Dove Bradshaw has set up some groundbreaking approaches to creating and experiencing the artwork. Time, weather, erosion, surrounding conditions which affect the natural, chemical, and manufactured materials, have...

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