Shades of Change was created by American artist Marin Dearie, which depicts the changes in nature and popular culture through a series of color charts. From fake tans and tea brewing to Michael Jackson, the series illustrates these changes in a humorous and informative way. Which one is your favorite?
I just discovered the work of German artist Wolfgang Laib and his installation using pollen, beeswax and rice that he collects by hand looks pretty amazing! Wolfgang Laib finds spirituality in the simplicity of everyday, organic substances—milk, pollen, beeswax, rice—that provide sustenance or engender life. In 1975 he created his first Milkstone in what has
Korean artist Kyung Woo Han builds some intriguing art installations dealing with perceptions and illusions. Everything we see or what we know is not absolute. Kyung suggest various ways to perceive things with slightly different perspectives.
German artist Martin Pfeifle‘s art installation always relate to their environment, the exhibition space itself becomes his art piece while allowing viewers to move around it. During the last couple years, Martin has created some beautiful installations always playing with colors and geometric elements.
We wrote about the TEXTile installation of artist Jean Shin two years ago, since then she created some even more conceptual installations, like the ‘Sound Wave‘ above or ‘Chemical’ below. Using everyday objects like broken umbrellas, worn shirts, old leather shoes or outdated eyeglasses, she creates these expansive installations…
Created by Swiss couple Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, the portable Everland Hotel is a ‘ Temporary ‘Art Installation you can sleep in, installed on the roof of the Palais de Tokyo ( Contemporary Art Museum of Paris) since October 2007 until March 2009. The clients who rents the room have an unbelievable view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower… So Chic !
Tom Sachs re-update his website and present some new Installations :
Like the ” Bronze Collection “:
Large scale bronzes of foamcore Hello Kitty, My Melody, and Miffy models debut at Lever House in New York City. Other bronze casts, including stacks of car batteries and …