The artist Alex Chinneck released his new illusory work “Pick yourself up and pull yourself together”. In collaboration with Vauxhall Motors, a huge installation of a Vauxhall Corsa suspended in the air but still attached to the road is at the Southbank Centre in London.
For the space exhibition “wonderWALL”, architects of LIKEarchitects have designed the installation “The Pool”, thought by Jen Lewin, in the middle of the commercial center of Lisbon. They have built a room closed by 20 000 stripes of black and white fabric. Inside, we can see a luminous ground that switches of colors by the contact of the feet’s passers-by.
Commissioned by The Edmonton Arts Council, Marc Fornes has designed “Vaulted Willow”, an exterior installation located at Borden Park d’Edmonton, Canada. Staying faithful to his peerless style, Marc Fornes makes a mark on everyone’s minds with this sculpture composed by 721 colorful aluminium pieces. Find out more in the gallery.
Indian artist Anish Kapoor, whose we already have talked about for the exhibition Monumenta, has recently revealed his new installation “Descension”. It’s an infinite vortex sucking black water up, introduced at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale from the 12th december 2014 to the 29th march 2015. We see the water swirling in a black hole placed in the gallery’s ground.
It’s in New York City’s Lincoln Center that artist Dustin Yellin exposed this beautiful installation of glass-encased dancing silhouettes. Shaped by flowers petals and colorful materials, these poetic human look like dancing in the wind before being crystallized inside these rectangular blocks. To discover.
For Maison&Objet 2015, Japanese studio Nendo took the little sculpted chocolates for Christmas ChocolaTexture to integrate them in the middle of a tasty installation staging a lounge area with brown furnitures. A chocolate wave made of 2000 pipes and a graduation was made for the event.
(S)Edition is an installation of 99 books in paper designed by American artist Melissa Jay Craig. The particularity of this installation is in the fact that the books, hung on the wall, look like red mushrooms with white polka-dots : the Amanita Muscaria. Find out more in images in the gallery.
French artist Élise Morin, that we’ve known thanks to her first installation Waste Landscape in Paris, comes back with the same project to represent France during the Art Festival White Night 2014, in Slovakia, at the Kunsthalle – Hall of Art. In the middle of 40 artistic projects lead by creators coming from 14 countries, she has introduced her amazing and shining hills made with 60 000 CD sewn by hand.
We’ve talked many times about him, the Danish artist Olafur Eliasson produced extraordinary works that play, through facilities, with the viewer’s perception of the space. This time, there is a passage in which visitors observe the effect of fluctuating light and reflections created by acrylic color effect and acrylic mirrors.