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Central Police Station Becomes An Art Center

Hong Kong’s former central police station becomes an art center designed by ADO culture. Tai Kwun, as known as the Hong Kong Central Police Station, was a historical icon of the government to implement enforcement, judgment and execution. Being one of the latest local landmarks, Tai Kwun has transformed into…

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18K Paper Silhouettes in 100 Shades of Colors

Emmanuelle Moureaux is a French architect living in Tokyo. Her latest art installation titled “I am here” for the exhibition “Space in Ginza” employs 18,000 woman’s paper silhouettes in 100 shades of colors, which express the crowd of people in Ginza. Almost drowning inside the crowd, three silhouettes (two girls and a cat) are lost…

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Winter Palace of Eugene of Savoy | olafur eliasson

Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, whose we already talked about few years ago with his project “Your Rainbow Panorama“, has recently invested into an amazing new project called the Winter Palace of Eugene of Savoy in Vienna to present his exhibition “Baroque Baroque”. The journey shows the career of Olafur, from 1996…

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INCANDESCENCE | ALEXIS PICHOT

Starting from the 10th of November at the Little Big Gallery in Montmartre the new exhibition “Incandescence” will present the work of the French photogrpher Alexis Pichot. The artist is attached to redefine the links there are between performance, photography and painting using as a medium the light. His techniques such…

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PACKING TAPE ART | MARK KHAISMAN

Do you remember the artist Max Zorn? The portraits tape artist’s? So, at LODZ Design Festival we discover another interesting artist using the same method for his art. His name is Mark Khaisman which works are pictorial illusions formed by light and shadow. He started the project ten years ago and…

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Nails Sculptures | Marcus Levine

The sculptural works of british artist Marcus Levine enact a physical pointillism, each composed of thousands of nails hammered into wood panels. All works are completed freehand without any sketches or tracing onto the boards. The number of nails used will vary from 15,000 to his largest sculpture with 52,000.…