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Frieze Sculpture’s New Exhibition in London

From July until October 2018, Frieze Sculpture’s New Exhibition set across London’s Regent’s park. The 2018 Frieze Sculpture brings together 25 artists from five continents. Selected and placed by Clare Lilley (director of programme, yorkshire sculpture park) said: ‘last year, our first-ever summer frieze sculpture was a resounding success, with…

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Christo unveils his new floating sculpture: “The London Mastaba”

Christo unveils his new floating sculpture: “The London Mastaba” This work is a 20-metre-high sculpture floating on London’s Serpentine Lake, which represents his and late wife Jeanne-Claude’s determination to make art free.  Based on the trapezoid shapes of mastaba, an Arabic word for bench given to Egyptian tombs and seats found outside homes in…

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Maclean’s Photography Artfully Transforms The Human Body

The London-based photographer Flora Maclean’s photography is characterized by clean lines and close crops. Her shots in bold primary colors, her work — which spans portraiture, documentary, and still life — has a certain graphic sensibility. Her subjects are often anonymous, their faces hidden or excluded from her frame, their physical…

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States Of Matter from Peter Tomaszewicz

States Of Matter from Peter Tomaszewicz is a project inspired by architecture and minimal design. Peter is a 3D artist, motion graphics designer based in London and in his video “States Of Matter”, the 3D artist and designer graphics, Peter Tomaszewicz, puts forward the three states of matter : solid, liquid and gas.…

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David Shrigley covers the walls of Sketch with 91 colourful new works

David Shrigley covers the walls of Sketch with 91 colourful new works. This exhibition has been considered a fresh coat of satire; this new collection replaces his own vast collection of 239 black and white drawings, which previously hung on The Gallery – a section of the restaurant – walls since its launch in…

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A beautiful subtle animation by illustrator Katie Scott

A beautiful subtle animation by illustrator Katie Scott and motion graphic designer James Paulley. Their resulting installation, Publicis Botanical, was commissioned as an animated “living wallpaper” for the offices of London firm Publicis. The result is a beautiful image that might be mistaken for a traditional floral wallpaper. Instead, the image evolves over time into a…

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Japanese collective teamLab brought the ocean indoor

Japanese collective teamLab brought the ocean indoor. The triennial of contemporary art and design is underway at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) and a responsive digital installation by teamLab, “Moving Creates Vortices and Vortices Create Movement”, is once again, stirring up something otherworldly. Those interacting in the dark, mirrored space…

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A colorful gateway welcome visitors to designjunction

Those four four-meter high ceramic tiled archways form a temporary installation at Granary Square, King’s Cross, for Designjunction during the past London Design Festival 2017. Created by Turkishceramic and designed by Adam Nathaniel Furman, the gates lead visitors through the site’s central fountain space with a totally encompassing and mezmerizing walkway of colors and…

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Paper Models | brut-iful architecture

Zupagrafika, creators of make-your-own-paper-model sets of “brut-iful” architecture in London, Paris, Warsaw, and Katowice, have released their newest set, ‘Brutal East’. The creators’ selection captures the “certainly brutal” charm of the “functionalist panelák estates and otherworldly concrete grand designs” of the Eastern Bloc. With ‘Brutal East’ you can build your…

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Transcending Boundaries by teamLab

The exhibition, created by teamLab, will explore the role of digital technology in transcending the physical and conceptual boundaries that exist between different artworks, with imagery from one work breaking free of the frame and entering the space of another. The installations, hosted in the Pace Gallery in London, also…