Steampunk Exhibition Oct 13, ’09 – Feb 21, ’10

The Museum of the History of Science at Oxford University is hosting it’s first exhibition of Steampunk design. Curated by Art Donovan, it features 19 of the best Steampunks artist from around the world.

Imagine the technology of today with the aesthetic of Victorian science. From redesigned practical items to fantastical contraptions, this exhibition showcases the work of eighteen Steampunk artists from across the globe.” -MHS

When I visited the artist’s links below, I was captivated by the sophisticated designs, imagination and evocative imagery. For those of you who follow on Twitter, the jewelry art of Canadian & Montrealer Daniel Proulx can be followed at @steampunkrings

Please visit the Artists links below!

Stephane Halleux- Belgium
Tom Banwell- U.S.
Molly “Porkshanks” Friedrich- U.S.
Datamancer- U.S.
Doctor Grymm- U.S.
Daniel Proulx- Canada
Eric Freitas- U.S.
Haruo Suekichi- Japan
Herr Doktor- U.K.
Thomas D. Willeford- U.S.
Amanda Scrivener- U.K.
James Richardson Brown- U.K.
Jesse Newhouse- U.S.
Jos De Vink- Netherlands
Kris Kuksi- U.S.
Mad Uncle Cliff- Australia
Vianney Halter- Switzerland
Art Donovan- U.S.
The Museum of the History of Science,
The University of Oxford, U.K.

Exhibition dates: October 13, 2009 – February 21, 2010

To read about the Steampunk genre and Mr. Donovan’s previous Bridgehampton exhibition, click here:

www.hamptons.com/The-Arts/In-the-Galleries/4486/Steampunk-Art-And-Design-Exhibits-In-The-Hamptons.html

To follow the museum exhibition updates, visit his blog:

www.steampunkmuseumexhibition.blogspot.com

 

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Published in: on September 7, 2009 at 10:02 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Thank you for great list of steampunk artists. 🙂 Definitely twittering this one.

    I hope, I’ll get a chance to visit exhibition myself.


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