Stone Fossils by Nucleo
The Italian renowned studio Nucleo directed by Piergiorgio Robino, partners for the second time with Gabrielle Ammann Gallery for PAD 2014, London’s leading fair for 20th century art and design.


The Museum of Water
The Museum of Water, created by London-based artist Amy Sharrocks, displays a collection of public donated water in bottles of all shapes and sizes accumulated over a period of two ...


“Barock” Photographic Installation by Renate Buser
Abbey Church of Bellelay, built by Franz Beer in 1714, is made of grandiose ornamented pillars and arches, huge spaces of contemplation and art in the natural light.


Gemis Luciani’s Re-assembled Magazines
Love the artworks of Berlin based artist Gemis Luciani. After graduating in 2005 he started as a set designer and performer for Teatrino Clandestino before focussing on his art. His research focuses on the expressive potential of


James Clar’s Light Sculptures
Written by Mateus Andrade New York based artist James Clar explores in his light sculptures various possibilities of visual representations and the consequences of technology’s unyielding presence.


Jeppe Hein’s Mirror Works
Copenhagen-born Jeppe Hein works out of Berlin, where he creates minimalist conceptual artworks with an interactive bent.


Maria Dukers’ Plexiglass Works
    We’ve been taken with alternative takes on neoplasticism lately, and Belgian artist Maria Dukers‘ wall installations are no different. Made from plexiglass and PVC tape


The Lookout – A Mirror Cube Installation
Written by Amber Grace Johnson   As part of their Advanced Architectural Design thesis at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, architects Angus Richie and Daniel Tyler collaborated to design “The Lookout,” a handmade and mirrored timber cabin situated among the lochs and mountainous landscapes of Scotland.


Julien Colombier’s Le Printemps
Parisian painter Julien Colombier is no stranger to skate parks and graffitied walls. But this time around, he “bombed” the La Printemps department store in bourgeois Haussmann.