· ART ,SCULPTURE ·

Ai Kitahara: When The Place is Moving
Aï Kitahara grounds her work and research on the notions of borders and limits.

· ART ,MIXED MEDIA ,SCULPTURE ·

Tectonic Acts of Doubt by Jose Dávila
Mexican Artist Jose Dávila addresses the question about the limits of instrumental values through the use of common materials to […]

· SCULPTURE ·

Seven Fictive Dining Ceremonies
Seven Fictive Dining Ceremonies is a cutlery set designed specifically for the exhibit Slow City Maastricht during Milan Design Week.

· INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ,SCULPTURE ·

Re-thinking the Potted Epiphytes
Dossofiorito a Verona based design collaboration founded by Livia Rossi and Gianluca Giabardo work to achieve a more comprehensive approach to […]

· SCULPTURE ·

Folded Plywood
The subjects of Harry Roseman’s work are the bend of a curve, the conjunction of edges, the turn of a […]

· FEATURED ,SCULPTURE ·

Dustin Yellin Psychogeographies @ New York City Ballet
One of my favorite artist of the moment, Dustin Yellin is having an amazing exhibition at the New York City […]

· FEATURED ,SCULPTURE ·

Visual Puns by Toni Spyra
Austrian based, German artist Toni Spyra gives the viewer a thought-provoking impulse through his modified objects.

· DESIGN ,SCULPTURE ·

Pettersen & Hein Ethical Aesthetics
This collaboration between Danish furniture designer Lea Hein and Norwegian artist Magnus Pettersen challenges the fine line between art and […]

· SCULPTURE ·

Shane Bradford’s ‘Dipping’ Artwork
Shane Bradford is best known for his “dipping method,” in which he immerses various objects, most notably books, household products, […]