Erotica // Thursday, August 07, 2014
Aurel Schmidt is a provocative artist who created this series to compare body parts with different pieces of produce. We love the execution of these pieces-- Schmidt is clearly a very accomplished illustrator whose commitment to this tongue-in-cheek subject just makes the punchline all the better. Which one is your favorite?
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 27, 2014
We always enjoy checking in with New York artist Aurel Schmidt. Her highly detailed quirky, dirty, and disturbing yet humorous works always make us smile. Banana dick? Cabbage vagina? Ginger foot? That is such a pretty head of pineapple hair!
Photography // Wednesday, April 30, 2014
M+B is pleased to present an exhibition of Pierre Molinier's photomontages alongside a new series of drawings by Aurel Schmidt. Feelings of obsession, repetition, fetishism, pain, longing, death and the psychedelic tumble throughout the intimate works. The exhibition runs from May 3 through June 21, 2014, with an opening reception on Saturday, May 3 from 6 to 8 pm.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
We are thoroughly enjoying the illustrations of Aurel Schmidt this morning. Her intricately detailed drawings include objects and creatures such as flies, condoms, and cigarette butts that are pieced together to form larger figures. One such figure, the FlexMaster 3000 is a portrait of the Minotaur, the half-man, half-bull mythic creature who represents both creation and destruction.
Erotica // Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Aurel Schmidt is an NYC-based artist whose highly detailed work assembles the darker elements of humanity and rearranges them in a disturbing yet humorous way. In her series "Maneater," Schmidt brings together pieces of street trash, such as cigarette butts, condoms, and discarded food, and transforms them into faces, landscapes, and bodies with bizarre erotic undertones.
Juxtapoz // Monday, July 18, 2011
A great show just opened up at the Asia Song Society in NYC, curated by Tim Barber: Open Sesame (The Blue Floor Show), featuring works by Andrew Kuo, Aurel Schmidt, Matt Keegan, Ryan McGinley, and Sam Falls. Heavyweights, to say the least.