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PVC pipes. Plastic bottles. Cable ties. The stuff dreams are made of— at least in Theo Jansen’s world. The Dutch sculptor has spent a quarter century transforming mundane materials into complex creatures in The Hague, Netherlands. His anthropoid-looking sculptures—named Strandbeests (‘beach animals’ in Dutch)—use the

Temporary Space, a new exhibition platform expressly for mid-to-late career artists, launched in March with an exhibition by Richard Shelton.  Richard Shelton, 50 Years of Painting will be on view through June 2015.  Unlike a traditional gallery, Temporary Space presents the complete archives of selected mid-to-late

Henri van Noordenburg’s studiously enriched photographs of landscapes reflect his Dutch heritage in several ways. Most obviously, they began life as archival images of 1940s farm houses and environs once situated near the city of Amersfoort, about 50 kilometers south-east of Amsterdam, where his father’s