Our Changing Seas III is the third piece in a series of large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptures by artist Courtney Mattison. The sprawling installation is entirely hand-built and is meant to show the devastating transition coral reefs endure when faced with climate change, a process called bleaching. Source: Our Changing Seas: A Ceramic Coral […]
Diana Al-hadid is an artist who’s work I first saw at the Marienne Boesky Gallery in New York. Her sculpture “Trace of a Fictional Third”(2011) absolutely took my breath away. (see my post here) Her latest exhibition “The Fates” just opened at Secession in Vienna. I really love her sculpture work. I am intrigued by the floral yet geometric composition […]
I’ve had this sculpture/installation by Henrique Olivera in my inspiration folder for a while now. This massive winding sculpture is positively beautiful. It’s quite incredible how he can make wood seem so fluid. Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira (previously) recently completed work on his largest installation to date titled Transarquitetônica at Museu de Arte Contemporânea da […]
I am in love with this huge installation by Jacob Hashimoto titled “Gas Giant“. The installation took 25 Days, 7 people, and over 3,000 hand made and suspended kites. I am absolutely stunned by the complexity of the installation as well fascinated by the intricate patterns. I wish I could see this stunning work in person. […]
Olafur Eliasson has as fascinating installation at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art opening up tomorrow 8/20/14. As seen on Dezeen, the landscape of rocks and riverbeds contrast against the bright white stark walls. This is a super interesting installation for Eliasson. I’ve seen a lot of his spatial-installation work, but none have drawn so much on […]
This weekend I had the insane pleasure of peeking in on Gallery Weekend Berlin. I got to see some incredible art. One artist in particular stood out to me: Bjöern Dahlem at Galerie Guido W. Baudach. His installation “Orbits of High Velocity Starts” is this gorgeous tangled floating wood with balls of various light fixtures […]
Loving Katharina Grosse‘s “I Think This Is A Pine Tree” at the Hamburger Bahnhof. I can’t wait to see if I can make it to this exhibition in person. via Art thing: The Queen of the spray gun and its object-painting – Culture – Berliner Morgenpost. (german article) more images on her site here. Update 5/7/2014: […]
I’m just in love with these Architectural Columns at the Palais de Tokyo byHenrique Oliveira via Architectural Columns at the Palais de Tokyo Explode into Organic Forms | Colossal.
It toronto this past weekend, I got to experience their annual one-night-only art event Nuit Blanche. Outdoor and indoor art installations all over the city! In particular, I enjoyed this installation titled “Top Down” by BRDGlab. In their words: This installation creates an artificial topography from our city’s diverse building heights and reduces that landscape […]
I’m in love with this Nuria Mora.
I can not tell you how much I’m in love with these outdoor installations. I love the gravity defying rocks and branches. Making things with weight seem light has been something that I’ve been dreaming up in my head for a while… and this captures a lot of my dreams. Wow. Gravity-Defying Land Art by […]
This is so beautiful. A Wall of Shattered Glass Floods a Benedictine Monastery | Colossal.
I had the awesome privilege of getting to attend the opening of Jason Burgess and Pat Potter’s installation in Anniston, AL called “Lambent Ways” – a celebration of light and life. It was stunning. I am so thrilled that it is installed in Anniston. Here is more info and some of their video documentation: http://lambentways.tumblr.com – my photos from the […]
Great Installation by Pheobe Washburn. Love the wood and the colors, and the inability to enter the “lab”
I LOVE this work by Keith Lemley Luma found via: \
One Hundred and Eight – Interactive Installation from Nils Völker on Vimeo. One Hundred and Eight is an interactive wall-mounted Installation mainly made out of ordinary garbage bags. Controlled by a microcontroller each of them is selectively inflated and deflated in turn by two cooling fans. Although each plastic bag is mounted stationary the sequences […]
This installation done by Gregory Euclide for the Biennial of the America’s in Denver, CO is absolutely stunning. It is titled: “Because There’s a There, Here’s Just Fine” Materials are: “Acrylic, cedar, cigarette butts, eurocast, fertilizer, foam, found plastic, garbage from Denver parks, insulation, lichen, moss, organic material from Denver, sponge, steel 55 gallon drum, […]
I just love the simplicity of this piece by Valentina De’ Mathà. view more work: valentinadematha.com vdmphotographer.com found via
http://www.magdalenabors.com/ I love her very imaginative work. its crosses daily life with fantasy and child-like wonder. The mundane turned beautiful and magical. -sara
I really loved the exploration of one of the most common shapes: the Star. He came up with some of the most interesting work based on that symbol. facinating. ~sara Artist: Gilberto Zorio Venue: Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna Curated By: Gianfranco Maraniello Date: October 15, 2009 – February 7th, 2010 VIA: http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2009/12/gilberto-zorio-at-mambo/ Check Out […]
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Via /// More at Kashya Hildebrand Gallery.
This is truly some of the best paper-work form installations I’ve seen. Please, go to the website to see more! http://www.andreaskocks.com/
via: /// Kai is a wall installation by the Polish artist Jerzy Goliszewski. More at: Today and Tomorrow