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Hanging Paintings, a series of experimental painting

Tadao Cern created a series of experimental hanging paintings that have nothing to do with paint at all. These delicate structure, called “Hanging Paintings”, consists of brand new garments and scraps of material that are arranged, draped and wrapped around a simple metal rack, which serves as a canvas. In this…

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San Paolo Converso, a new contemporary art space

Asad Raza has installed “Untitled (Plot for Dialogue)” within the interior space of a late 16th century deconsecrated church in Milan. The San Paolo Converso church has been converted into a contemporary art space. Raza’s work explores how objects and human beings inhabit space through social practices. Within the church’s main interior space, the artist…

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Giorgio Cravero | Still Life

Dal 18 ottobre al 21 febbraio 2018 a Milano, la Galleria Expowall insieme a Obiettivo Camera organizza a Milano la personale “STILL LIFE” del  fotografo Giorgio Cravero, premio Hasselblad Master 2016. In mostra la serie “Nuvole” e la serie “Colors”, una selezione di 13 foto che permettono al visitatore di…

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A space invader inflatable sculpture at Tongji Design Week

Hongtao Zhou, interdisciplinary scholar and artist, uses inflatable installations to penetrate historical buildings during Tongji Design Week in an effort to encourage people to break boundaries in art and design.  The installation explores the spatial qualities of Shanghai’s old bus repair station, now D&I’s Innovation Field, and Tongji Museum’s historical building by empowering inflatable…

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Beck’s latest album by Jimmy Turrell and Steve Stacey

The British graphic design duo formed by Jimmy Turrell and Steve Stacey has created a customizable record sleeve for Beck’s new album Colors, which buyers can assemble into whatever pattern they choose.   Keen to reflect the album’s title visually, the London-based graphic designers devised a sleeve that is made up of layers of…

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Fantastical gardens invading the space

The Kunsthaus Bregenz Museum’s architect Peter Zumthor has curated an exhibition within the venue that seeks to create spaces of artistic reflection, mediation and contemplation. Centering around the cultural themes he himself cherishes, Zumthor’s ‘Dear to Me’ turns the Austrian museum into a place of architectural discussion and educational discourse, with works…

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A ceramic study of art history and imperfection

The Spanish artist Coco Fernández, once a perfectionist, now commits her practice to imperfection and originality, working across the spectrum of painting, pottery, fashion and photography. In this series, the featured pottery pieces are decorated with block colour patterns immediately reminiscent of Henri Matisse’s cut out shapes. The shoot was created as…

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An installation hidden in the subterranean Copenhagen

Japanese architect Hiroshi Sambuichi has staged an ambitious installation within a former underground water reservoir in Copenhagen. Conceived as ‘a journey through an underground sea of light and darkness’, the installation has been documented in detail by danish photographer Rasmus Hjortshøj. The monumental halls of the space, known as The Cistern, have…

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Street installation created for the Exhibit Columbus Festival

The series of Washington Street Installations was created for the Exhibit Columbus Festival, which opened last weekend in the city For the project, curated by local designer Jonathan Nesci, five international galleries were asked to choose a designer or studio to create a temporary intervention that responded to the busy street. The Chicago’s Volume…

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Handwritten Portraits | Anatol Knotek

Amazing Handwritten Portraits by the Austrian artis and Visual Poet, Anatol Knotek! He says: “My name is anatol knotek, i am an austrian artist and visual poet. i post my own work and art that inspires me. it’s all about concrete and visual poetry, typography and conceptual art.” Vincent Van Gogh…