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Exhibit Explores “Fictional Archaeology” With Relics for the Future | My Modern Met
By Sara Barnes on March 27, 2023 Installation view: Daniel Arsham: Wherever You Go, There You Are, 2023. Orange County Museum of Art. (Photo: Yubo Dong, ofstudio) Objects of today will be discovered as artifacts by future generations. Understanding the … Continue reading
Wood and Resin Coffee Tables Look Like Koi Ponds Come to Life | My Modern Met
By Margherita Cole on March 26, 2023 You don’t need to venture far for a koi pond. With these coffee tables, just walk into your living room. Visiting a koi pond is often a tranquil experience. While you may think … Continue reading
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Blackened Plywood Shards Rupture Inside Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s Chapel in a Leonardo Drew’s New Installation | Colossal
MARCH 24, 2023. GRACE EBERT “Number 360” (2023) installation view at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Photos by Jonty Wilde, images courtesy of the artist, Goodman Gallery, and Galerie Lelong & Co. In the 18th-century chapel at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, a new installation … Continue reading
Life size driftwood horse sculptures by UK sculptor Heather Jansch
Expressive Portraits Emerge from Pieces of Cardboard in Josh Gluckstein’s Wildlife Sculptures | Colossal
MARCH 15, 2023. KATE MOTHES All images © Josh Gluckstein Since childhood, London-based artist Josh Gluckstein has been fascinated by the incredible diversity of our planet’s wildlife and inspired to make sculptures of animals from found materials. He often uses … Continue reading
Entwined Ceramic Sculptures by Claire Lindner Sprout like Roots and Plants | Colossal
MARCH 10, 2023. GRACE EBERT Enchevetrement vertical” (2022), 120 x 100 centimeters. All images © Claire Lindner Although fixed in glazed and fired ceramic, Claire Lindner’s voluptuous sculptures are primed for movement as they appear to crawl along walls or sprout … Continue reading
Las Fallas De Valencia: Things We’ve Learned 🔥
[…] Hey Guys! Welcome, and in today’s video, I am going to share all the details of las fallas de valencia festival of fire, what to do, how to enjoy it, and how we navigated through the month without having … Continue reading
FALLAS VALENCIA 2023
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Endangered Animals Dissolve and Reassemble in Thomas Medicus’s Anamorphic Glass Sculpture | Colossal
FEBRUARY 15, 2023. KATE MOTHES Known for anamorphic sculptures that change with every 90-degree rotation, “Human Animal Binary” interlocks more than 144 strips of glass. Depending on which direction you approach from, you may encounter a lynx, a bee, a … Continue reading
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Monumental Bubbles Pop Up in Public Spaces in Atelier Sisu’s Inflatable Installations | Colossal
FEBRUARY 9, 2023. KATE MOTHES “Evanescent.” All images © Atelier Sisu The Sydney-based studio celebrates community interaction and joy in their vibrant, inflatable, bubble-inspired designs. Whether illuminated by the sun or spotlights, the undulating layers of Atelier Sisu’s playful installations … Continue reading