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Using polyester resin and wax, Rebecca Stevenson creates delicate sculptures with baroque flourishes. Flowers and heirloom tomatoes blossom from the heads and bodies of her human and animal subjects like the ornamental flora in Italian Renaissance paintings. The floral growths sometimes appear as adornments on the living body, but in some of her works, they look like the agents of decomposition and regeneration. Take a look at some of Rebecca Stevenson’s work on our site here:

Painter Heo YongSung renders delicate portraits of disaffected youths using traditional Korean ink wash on paper. Heo’s pallid subjects are marked by their strange eyes. At times, they appear red, as though the character has been crying, and at times they are pale and glowing to an almost supernatural degree. These characters’ eyes add a sense of mystery to the work that takes it beyond straight-forward portraiture. Take a look at Heo YongSung’s work on our site.

Korean artist Choi Xoo Ang mimics human flesh disturbingly well. Read about Choi's sculptures on our blog:

Choi Xoo Ang’s Disturbing, Anatomical Sculptures Now on

Controversial Chinese artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu currently have a show at Galerie Perrotin in Paris. Check out our coverage here:

Alicia Martin Lopez Visualizes Psychological Monsters, now on Hi-Fructose .

Willy Verginer creates his quietly surreal sculptures by carving them from linden wood then painting each one. Check out more of his sculptures now on our blog:

Kudamono790 is a 34 year old artist based in England.

Lo Chan Peng’s Oil Paintings of Haunting Muses- now on Hi-Fructose

Lo Chan Peng’s Oil Paintings of Haunting Muses- now on Hi-Fructose

Dan Quintana. See more of our Art Basel Preview here:

Detail of a new Dan Quintana painting at Copro Gallery's booth at Scope Miami Beach #art #hifructosemag

The dream-like paintings of Jeremy Gedes Posted by Franco