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Anish Kapoor: Artist

Anish Kapoor 1954-Present Born: Bombay, India Lives and Works: London, UK anish kapoor is a sculptor, born in bombay (mumbai), india. kapoor has lived and worked in london since the early 1970s where he moved to study art, first at the hornsey college of art and later at the chelsea school of art and design. he gained international acclaim with …

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Hermitage 2 by Jiri Prihoda

in prague’s colloredo-mansfeld palace is a minimalst design blurring the lines between architecture and sculpture… m. conceived as the first in the series of dwellings for the coast, ‘hermitage 2′ responds to the desire for a personal sanctuary within nature, designed to hover between the sea and surrounding landscape. czech designer jiří příhoda has formed the sensually sculpted structure so …

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Video – Breaking The Surface: Interactive Kinetic Sculpture

fantastic! m. | *press release + A collaboration between ctrl+n , Scandinavian Design Group, INTEK and Abida. “my approach to design is ironically both strong and soft, with this pavilion I have expressed a strong and informative form but simultaneously created a soft and comfortable series of spaces for people to experience,’ said project architect johnathon little of ctrl+N. ‘the …

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Adam by William Lee

interesting scalable building module. m. William Lee’s geometric Adam concept, seen here small scale for the table top, can be tableware, used for lighting, as a table or on a grand scale as architecture reminiscent of a grand parasol for a public space.

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Performances Under Working Conditions by Walead Beshty

looks like a great exhibit! m. “Performances Under Working Conditions” by Walead Beshty Petzel Gallery NYC Through October 4th, 2014 Following Petzel Gallery’s open invitation for Walead Beshty to curate its summer group exhibition, the Chelsea space is presenting his first solo show with the gallery, titled Performance Under Working Conditions. Examining modes of work and the kinetic, human element …

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Swarovski Crystal Palace: Milan

amazing organic work! impeccable lighting! m. “The exhibition presented works which were inspired by the “idea of different types of palaces, from Versailles with its hall of mirrors, to Japan with its Zen aesthetic, to the Winter Palace in St Petersburg.”

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Megan Francis Sullivan at Mathew

nice eclectic exhibit! m. Artist: Megan Francis Sullivan Venue: Mathew, Berlin Exhibition Title: Dropping Syllables Press Release: On the exterior of Mathew, the colors of the Jamaican flag wrap the side window, projecting to the surrounding neighborhood. In the moment of the FIFA World Cup, flags call messages throughout the cityscape. Based on a version of artist Tom Burr’s Screens, …

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Anish Kapoor Works

an artist i have been following for about two decades now. every exhibit and/or environmental sculpture is so worth seeing! nice guy too… much respect! m.

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Hundreds of Hanging Red Coils Symbolize Human Connections

lovely thought-provoking installation. m. This gorgeous array of floating red discs, called the Lure Installation Series, is a contemplative exploration of an ancient Chinese legend, which states that, “When children are born, invisible red threads connect them to their soul mates. Over the years of their lives they come closer and eventually find each other, overcoming the distance between, and …

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Stephen Willats at Raven Row

nice eclectic geometric works. m. Artist: Stephen Willats Venue: Raven Row, London Exhibition Title: Control Press Release: “This is the first survey of work by Stephen Willats from the sixties. Willats (born and lives in London) was introduced to art as a teenage gallery assistant in 1958 and by 1962 was producing advanced artwork. He embraced the transdiscipli­n­arity of the …