Aliens

The one that does not want to be born now. It’s painful to stay alive!

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Embryo in Pain

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Painful to be an Embryo

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You just called me “Adorable”

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The Unborn

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UNBRIDLED

Unbridled
Open Call for Art:

Unbridled

Fine Art by Architects

Curated by Jaime Bautista


Unbridled is a fine art exhibition conceived by architects exploring their artistic side.

​Architects are artists. Yet it is so rare to be able to fully express these ideas freely, outside the constraints of the client’s needs, building codes, costs, zoning…gravity. This is the chance to set your artistic nature free, and we want to help give this a voice!

​This open call is directed at architects who want to present their inner imagination without limitations…no holds barred!

​Submitted artworks can vary in scope from simple to complex, and capture diverse forms, shapes and sizes; perhaps incorporating unexplored concepts, materials, patterns and strange connections. These conceivably unbuildable visualizations act as vehicles to develop our ideas of the future, or simply inspire our imagination.

The art must be architectural in nature, no matter how bizarre or removed from the laws of physics or reality and represent a habitable structure of some kind. Let your imagination go!

​Open to all media types: paintings, 3D models, sketches, drawings, fly-throughs, animations, sculptural artworks, etc. This is a fine art gallery, so works should be conceived of with care and inspiration.

​Participating architects are strongly encouraged to explore all types of themes and proposals, including those for impractical structures and buildings, unexplored urban concepts, fantastical transportation alternatives and unconventional landscape proposals. Our 12,000 square foot gallery with 20′ ceilings welcomes submissions for large works and installations.

Submission does not guarantee acceptance. Artists may submit up to 5 works or concepts. There is no submission fee to apply.

Submit Your Art Here

​Submission Deadline: July 1, 11:59pm

​On View: July 25 – September 1, 2019
Opening Reception: July 27, 7-10pm
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MTA Underground

There are so many creepy, beautiful, eerie, downright-captivating spaces under New York City just waiting for you to discover. Here is one of them. The Tunnel on 59th street.

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No Humans Allowed

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Exploring the tunnels

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The Guts

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N-Q-7 Subway in NYC

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You do not know about this tunnel in NYC

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Visit me

Wish you weren’t here

“The first stroke is the one that counts”.

Ecclesiastical lawyers devised special punishments for the exceptional crimes of witchery and heresy. The Spanish Inquisition used an elaborate range of instruments to fight against those evil works of the devil.
The authorities had a broad range of instruments they could use to punish suspects and lawbreakers, or force them to confess, some of those are inside this Medieval Museum of Torture:
Judas Craddle
Inquisition Chair
The Sling
Thumb Screws
Pressure
The Rack
Brazen Bull
Chinese Iron Made
Pear of Anguish
Blackmailing
Exploitation of phobias; e.g., mock execution
Leaving arachnophobes in a room full of spiders
Being subjected to interrogation for long periods
Sleep deprivation
Forced nudity
Sensory deprivation
Threat of permanent, severe disfigurement
Pharmacological torture
Chinese water torture
Music torture
Waterboarding
Beatings and physical violence
Blinding with light
Boiling
Bone breaking
Branding
Castor oil
Castration
Chinese water torture
Garotte/Strangling
Cold cell torture[clarification needed]
Combing
Crushing
Cutting
Dehydration
Denailing
Disfigurement
Drowning
Dunking
Flagellation
Flaying
Foot roasting
Foot whipping (a.k.a. bastinado)
Force-feeding
Genital mutilation/forced circumcision
Hamstringing
Hypothermia (Cold Cell Torture)
Impalement
Jetliner position
Kneecapping
Keelhauling
Mutilation
Noise (see Sound entry)
Oxygen deprivation
Parrilla (torture)
Pitchcapping
Pressure points
Rape
Pliers
Rat torture
Riding the Rail
Sexual assault
Sawing
Scalping
Scaphism
Shrimp tie / ebi-zeme
Sleep deprivation
Shinbone crusher
Sound (extremely high volumes, dynamic range, low frequency, high pitched noise, intended to interfere with rest, cognition and concentration).
Starvation
Stoning
Strappado/squassation (also known as “reverse hanging” and “Palestinian hanging”)
Stress positions
Ta’liq hanging from a metal bar.
Tarring and feathering
Thumbscrew (torture)
Tickle torture
Tooth extraction
Walling
Water cure
Waterboarding

The American Way

Waterboarding
Confinement
Sleep deprivation
Rectal feeding and rehydration
Confinement in a box
Cold water
Beatings and threats
Stress positions
Forced nudity
Restricted diets

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Museum of Medieval Torture

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Wish You Weren’t Here

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“The first stroke is the one that counts”.

 

FALL SALON 2018 – The Plaxall Gallery

The 3rd Annual Fall Salon & Open Studios 2018
Venues:
The LIC Arts Open Gallery at The Factory

The Raw Gallery at The Factory
Plaxall Gallery G1

Curated by Tessa Kennedy
On view: November 16 – December 9

Plaxall Opening Reception:
Friday, November 16, 7 – 10pm at

LIC-A/ The Plaxall Gallery
5-25 46th Avenue
Long Island City , NY 11101

See Map

Phone: (347) 848-0030

Gallery Hours: Thursdays: 6pm – 10pm, with Life Drawing Workshop from 7pm – 10pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 12pm – 5pm

Fall Salon Poster

The 3rd Annual Fall Salon & Open Studios 2018

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Dedicated to all My Friends

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Dysfunctional Society

Digital artist-architect J. F. Bautista highlights a devastating domain of unfamiliar landscapes and heterogeneous architectures, nature drained away and reduced to rubble and dust. Bautista’s discordant and strange images allude to days end, survival, and ultimately the end of our society. He imagines a world where the unexpected presence of dysfunctional structures rise from the fragments of a fallen society and environmental collapse, factories, smoke stacks, nuclear power plants. Bautista delivers an essential ethical message of the dangers of environmental degradation and transcends the viewer beyond our time and our uncertain future.

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Why did you come here?

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The departed ones

 

LIC-Artists Fear Returns

A Fine Art Horror Exhibition and Independent Horror Film Festival

Curated by Tessa Kennedy and Jason Artiga.

LIC Fear Returns is the second incarnation of a horror themed art show that brings us back to the nostalgia of what gave us fear  during our adolescence. Artwork should include themes surrounding  the supernatural, horror movies, literature, legends, the monsters under our bed and the demons in the closet.  The spook that made us jump, lose sleep, or just made us laugh after the adrenaline wears off, inspires this exhibition.

LIC Fear Returns is both a month-long fine art show and an independent horror film festival that runs the last weekend of the exhibition.

​LIC FEAR RETURNS

On view: October 4 – November 4
Opening Reception: October 6, 7-10pm at
LIC-A/ The Plaxall Gallery
5-25 46th Avenue
Long Island City , NY 11101

See Map

Phone: (347) 848-0030

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Poster

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Artists

My work on display at LIC-A

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Tourists are welcome!

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Adrian, Zoran and J. F. Bautista

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Honey…do I look pretty today?

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Love Story

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OMG Oh My Guts!

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Double trouble

Biohazard Truck

The pick up truck

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Grand Hotel

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Grand Hotel De Blasio

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Why did you come here?

The Plaxall Gallery LIC-A by RaybDesign3dw