From Attaboy, Annie Owens, and Yumfactory, Hi-Fructose showcases an eclectic mix of underground artists, pop surrealists, emerging and rediscovered counter cultures, and awe-inspiring spectacles from around the world. The best that New Contemporary Art has to offer.
Featured in this issue: Björk’s retrospective at the NY MoMA, Tracey Snelling’s detailed dioramas and installations of urban landscapes, painter Doze Green who influenced a whole generation of artists, Masao Kinoshita who mutates humans and animals to create bizarre sculptures which would make Dr. Moreau envious.
We're thrilled to present this issue's special insert section featuring Renée French’s bizarre yet endearing drawings.
Then there's the amazing paintings of Jamie Brett Treadwell, Kazuhiro Tsuji’s hyper-real sculptures, then Pat Perry who approaches his art like a journalist, incorporating his travels into his work and our cover features: Martin Wittfooth, who uses animals to craft paintings exposing human excess and environmental abuse. In this issue we also revisit Naoto Hattori’s awe-inducing paintings, review the new Chet Zar documentary and a hauntingly beautiful book about death. all in one issue!