Ai Weiwei Largest Solo Show Exhibition
  Martin-Gropius-Bau museum in Berlin recently unveiled, Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei’s largest solo exhibition to date. The exhibit, named “Evidence”,  extends on 3000 square meters and 18 rooms. The central installation called ...


Pascal Broccolichi’s Sound Installations
Pascal Broccolichi is an artist whose focus is placed on the relation between sound and vision. Having that as a starting point, he creates one environment after the other, that ...


COS x Nendo Installation at Salone del Mobile
One of Trendland’s favorite label COS and Japanese design studio Nendo have created an installation for this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan. The installation,


Tove Storch Installations
The minimalistic and voluminous universe of artist Tove Storch is a complex one. The artist through her installations, explores the relation among space, texture, volume and materials.


Rikako Nagashima Refelects her love onto Hello Kitty
Japanese artist/ art director Rikako Nagashima, was commissioned with nine other artists, back in 2011, by House of Hello Kitty and Swarovski to create an artwork around Hello Kitty for ...


Daisy Balloon New Work
We introduced you to the art of Daisy balloon five years ago creating wild and intricate dresses out of small balloons. Since then artist whose real name is Rie Hosokai worked with


Balloon Geometry by Catherine Losing and Gemma Tickle
London based based, shop and incubator, Darkroom commissioned set designer Gemma Tickle and Photographer Catherine Losing to takeover their new window and create an installation under to concept of ‘Pop’, on view through March 25th.


Conceptual Art by Elodie Antoine
Elodie Antoine is the kind of artist who gives her objects their own time and space to find their identity and develop on their own. Always initiated but not fully finished, Antoine’s conceptual creations are whimsical, surreal, complex within their simplicity and a bit mischievous, as you


Chanel Shopping Center at the Grand Palais
If you thought the fashion industry was wasteful, feast your eyes on this production. Karl Lagerfeld is known for this massive Fashion Week productions for Chanel realized by none other than master of craft, Etienne Russo.