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Posts tagged ‘Art Installation’

Clemens Behr

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Various works by Clemens Behr. (more…)

Sonja Vordermaier

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Johannes VanDerBeek’s Hippie Ghosts

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Johannes VanDerBeek doesn’t depend on high production or heavy handed techniques to create his work. Instead he creates playful sculptures with simple materials like aluminum mesh, tin cans, and some well placed tie dye wizardry. The above piece entitled Hippie Ghost (more…)

Kyung Woo Han

The work of Korean Kyung Woo Han, playing with perspective opticalillusion using everyday objects and spaces seemingly anonymous. Herinstallations involving the viewer and force him to confront objective realityof space and weaknesses of human perception. (more…)

SpY

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SpY is an artist from Madrid whose first endeavors date back to the mid-eighties. Shortly after, already a national reference as a graffiti artist, he started to explore other forms of artistic communication in the street. (more…)

(n)arcissus – installation by SOFTlab

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The Wrinkles of the City

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Fresh off his TED Prize win, JR traveled to Shanghai to start a new project entitled “The Wrinkles of the City.” In this powerful series, the French street artist/photographer captures images of the elderly, who represent the memories of the land. (more…)

Mauro Perucchetti

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The marriage of pop art and conceptual art in works by Italian artist Mauro Perucchetti. (more…)

Artist Mathilde Roussel-Giraudy

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Artist Mathilde Roussel-Giraudy asks you to reflect on the loss of a loved one with her creative sculpture series Empreinte. She cut and stitched a real pillow, and then cast it with plaster to make a mold for the ceramic piece. She also used a wool sweater and covered it with resin to make it look stiff and hollow inside. From sketch to final execution, these pieces took her a month to complete. (more…)

Alejandro Almanza Pereda

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Floating Away In My Dream

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Working under the name littlewhitehead, Glasgow-based artists Craig Little and Blake Whitehead stick a child, who’s head is stuck in a bunch of floating balloons, high up onto the ceiling of a room. (more…)

Monkey Full Of Flip Flops

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Fat Monkey” is an outdoor art installation by Florentijn Hofman, which was displayed in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The artist explains that the concept is based on Sao Paulo, a location that roars like a beast and is impossible to tame. A place with so many people, so many things to do and very little time. Hofman uses flip flops as an iconic symbol of this country, and also to express the flexibility of the people who live and adapt to an extremely large city. (more…)

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