• Sammy Slabbinck: Photographic Memory

    Collage artist Sammy Slabbinck is like a director, placing found imagery from Mid-Century advertisements in a contemporary context.  The result is a composition that meditates on the past and considers the absurdity of popular culture.   Installation Magazine: How has your background impacted your current art practice? Sammy Slabbinck: I never went to art school.  I did […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 7, 2013
  • John West: The Technology of Yesterday

    When John West picks up a camera, his eyes light up with a charming childlike innocence and wonderment.  Installation was invited inside West’s Los Angeles home to explore his extensive collection of stunning cameras including six Leicas, vintage flash bulbs, original user manuals sealed in Ziplock bags and unexposed film preserved in its original packaging. […]

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  • Errol Antzis: The Unlikely Rock Star

    Joan Jett once said, that “My guitar is not a thing.  It is an extension of myself. It is who I am.” 
For New York based guitar collector, enthusiast and musician Errol Antzis , guitars are three dimensional, playable works of art.  Spending his days as a financial advisor in digital and entertainment media and […]

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  • A Gentleman’s Breakfast

    Longtime optician and owner of Gentlemen’s Breakfast Van de la Plante shares a few of his rare and coveted frames. Our Collect department is not just limited to art but features collections of all types.  You, the optically-savy Installation reader can collect the frames that you will encounter in our digital pages and can become […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments March 26, 2013