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BENJAMIN SHINE creates sculptures with the meters of tulle by hands

Thousands of meters of tulle to create each piece by hand sculpture. The treatment process includes a neat soldering iron, crimping, sealing and sewing. Magic study of the structural properties of this lightweight material for the demonstration of its self-sufficiency  for the artist. Details of the works disclosed by contrast, based on a powerful backlight permeating layers. Benjamin Shine studied...

Neo Rauch Retrospective Opens at Museum de Fundatie

Neo Rauch (b. Leipzig, 1960) is one of the most important artists of today. His work, which took the art world by storm, is entirely out of step with the apparently predictable rhythm of developments in the arts over the past few decades. 65 works by Rauch from international collections are on display at Museum de Fundatie from 21 January 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPjmw5kuLG4 It...

Paper art installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux at ‘Space in Ginza’ exhibition, Tokyo – Japan

Emmanuelle Moureaux uses centimeter-level measurement accuracy of the quasi-zenith satellite system (QZSS) as a motif in her latest paper art installation. From approximately 40,000 kilometers in space, the QZSS is able to measure a person’s position to an accuracy of centimeters, increasing the availability of GPS in japan. The french artist adopts elements from this proposed satellite-based augmentation system to...

The Surreal Sculptures By Myeongbeom Kim

Myeongbeom Kim received his MFA in sculpture from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2008. Previously, he studied environmental sculpture at University of Seoul, South Korea. Kim’s installations and sculpture contain both man-made and natural elements, with the aim to accomplish surreal and dream-like spaces. He often incorporates suspension and living creatures confined in light bulbs or helium...

Tomasz Alen Kopera – Magical Surrealism painter

Tomasz Alen Kopera, Polish painter, was born in Kozuchow, Poland. He attended the University of Technology in Wroclaw, where he gained a degree in Engineering. Tomasz's paints is in oil on canvas. Human nature and the mysteries of the Universe are his inspiration. Each painting motivates thought, challenging our initial response. Sometimes darkness will prevail, at other times, light....

Damir Medvešek will Present “Mirage” Exhibition

Damir  Medvešek, an academic artist from Zagreb, known on the real art scene in Croatia. He is actively engaged art in the Croatian National Theater, as well in workshops and regular coverage in his homeland, but more often at the international level, where he earned most of his laudatory words. The newest independent exhibition Damir Medvešek opens in the gallery...

Marco Mazzoni: A Name to Pencil in

The amazing majority of Marco Mazzoni’s drawings are done in coloured pencils. He tried working with oil, but found it “impossible”, so he prefers to work with dry media. The result, however, is anything but. Instead of being dry, his themes are bursting with life. In them, Mazzoni brings together lore and nature in a manner most fruitful –and...

MoMA Announces the First Major U.S. Exhibition of Tarsila do Amaral

With Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil, The Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago will present the first exhibition in North America exclusively dedicated to the pioneering work of Tarsila do Amaral (Brazilian, 1886–1973), one of the greatest Brazilian artists of the 20th century. On view at The Museum of Modern Art from...

Upcoming: James Jean – “Azimuth”

On April 6th, James Jean  will be opening a new show in Tokyo at Kaikai Kiki Gallery. Continuing to work with Takashi Murakami to present his work to Japanese collectors , the American artist has prepared a series of new works collectively entitled Azimuth. One of the highlights will certainly be some new stained glass works (the triptych Portals seen here) that Jean recently revealed last...

Ceramic Animals With Human Emotions By Beth Cavener

Beth Cavener creates large animals that each appear to wrestle against their implied captivity. The works can be viewed as animals in the throes of domestication, however beneath the surface lies a peek into our own human psychology. Cavener projects these emotions onto her sculpted clay figures, showcasing the primitive animal instincts that lie beneath our own exteriors. Cavener's usual working method...

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