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Forbes: The 5 Most-Talked About Projects At The Istanbul Design Biennial

Jessica Charlesworth and Tim Parsons’ alternative bug-out bags are modeled on different personality archetypes and become building blocks for a new society.

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New CNN Series Promises to Reveal Tomorrow’s Art Stars

The network’s new monthly series, CNN Ones to Watch, promises to spotlight artists, dancers, architects, classical musicians, and other creatives on the verge of breaking through to greatness and international fame.

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Raising a Glass for Jim Dyke, a New Candidate

David Boatwright and Jim Dyke, a veteran of political campaigning, unveil a Renoir-inspired mural in Charleston, S.C.

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Jelena Bulajic in Saachi Gallery’s Woman’s Hand 2015 show

23 September 2015 – 24 January 2016

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Turkish Delights
Charlsworth and Parsons in Istanbul Design Biennial

In the first part of the biennial, there is a project called New Survivalism: Alternative Bug-Out Bags by Jessica Charlesworth and Tim Parsons, designers who are looking at everyday surivivalism and are developing “bug-out bags” for different scenarios. In Turkey, a large…

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Jackson Martin, Seep
at Visual Art Exchange

Seep is an installation designed specifically for The Cube gallery at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh, NC. It consists of a large northern red oak tree appearing to grow up through a hardwood floor and pass through the ceiling…

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CNN Ones to Watch

CNN’s One to Watch meets British portrait artist Jonathan Yeo and finds out who he thinks are the discipline’s two most exciting new artists.

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Jelena Bulajic on CNN Ones to Watch

The young Serbian artist is making a big splash with her gigantic, incredibly detailed images of aging faces.

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Grozda comes home

After a prolonged and rather stressful delay, Grozda, the painting Jelena Bulajic painted during her residency in Charleston, South Carolina has finally arrived to her studio in Vrbas, Serbia.

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David Boatwright,
When Art & Oystermen Collide

David Boatwright’s recently completed mural on Queen St. in Charleston, SC, celebrates many well-known people in The Holy City’s culinary community. 

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Jackson Martin, 2014
1858 Prize finalist

Jackson Martin’s artistic practice entails an interdisciplinary approach to sculpture, installation, and photography. He utilizes a wide variety of materials and processes, ranging from sewing nontraditional fabrics to steam-bending hardwoods to planting trees in dumpsters. A native of Tennessee, Martin…

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Charlsworth & Parsons in Chicago Tribune:
Why sci-fi is obsessed with the near future

In the West Town loft that Jessica Charlesworth shares with husband, Tim Parsons, along the back wall, on a row of metal filing cabinets, a kaleidoscope of Post-it notes waved in a soft draft, each a kind of dispatch from…

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