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A Towering Wooden Sculpture by Daniel Popper Welcomes Beachgoers in Tulum

South African artist Daniel Popper, known for his massive figurative sculptures, has constructed a new artwork as part of an arts and culture festival in Tulum, Mexico. The towering installation is titled Ven a la Luz (come into the light), and is comprised of wood and rope formed into a female figure. Her torso is filled with lush green plants, which creates...

The Science Behind Incredible Bubbles Explained by Pro Bubbler Melody Yang

With a lifetime of bubble experience under her belt, Melody Yang of the Gazillion Bubbles Show shows the method behind the madness. Much of the formula and nuances of technique are, unsurprisingly, proprietary. But the video above, from Wired, is a fun look behind the scenes as Yang demonstrates her expertise and shares some stories of her career as a bubble engineer. https://youtu.be/FZpftZccc6U

Frozen Bubble Formations and Shards of Snow by Ryota Kajita

Japanese photographer Ryota Kajita has captured the strange ice patterns of Alaska’s interior swamps and ponds for the last eight years as a part of his Ice Formations series. The ephemeral structures look like fanciful desserts discovered in the wild, with frozen shavings lightly dusting the formations’ edges. “Photography enables me to pay attention to those moments and subjects, take time to observe them...

New Glowing Dichroic Glass Installations by Chris Wood are Activated by Sunlight

British artist Chris Wood continues to create sculptural dichroic glass installations. The artist forms seemingly spare geometric shapes in windows and on on white panels, which come to life with streaks of color when hit with sunlight. You can see more of Wood’s work, including large scale installations and commissions, on her website and Instagram. She’ll also be opening her studio for Cambridge...

The Graceful Movement of Dancing Tulips Showcased by Carl Kleiner

Carl Kleiner creates sleek editorial content for fashion and lifestyle brands, and that sensibility shows in his photo and video series Postures which features artfully arranged tulips. Using minimal metal rods, bent at strategic ends and angles, Kleiner showcases the graceful curves of the flowers’ long necks and gently ruffled petals and leaves. A further sense of movement is instilled through the...

Richmond’s New Institute for Contemporary Art

On a second-floor balcony of the new Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, a forty-foot-long signage-sculpture proclaims a message of inclusivity: “You belong here.” New York-based conceptualist Tavares Strachan’s words, spelled out in looping, pink neon script, are addressed to the busy streets of Richmond. They embody the central agenda of this non-collecting institution, which opened its...

Paris museum opens its doors to nudists

Do you ever walk around an art gallery and think, “this would be so much better if I was nude?” If the answer’s yes, then the Palais de Tokyo in Paris has, in a manner of speaking, got you covered. This stylish contemporary art gallery allowed guests to strip off for a clothing-free event. Guests checked their clothing into the cloakroom, before...

V&A Museum to open a second venue in east London

A second V&A museum inspired by Balenciaga’s flowing fashion will take center stage in the £1.1 billion transformations of east London. The building, in Queen Elizabeth Park, Stratford, will be swathed in a layer like a dress by the couturier. Famed for his architectural designs that draped the body seamlessly, Cristobal  Balenciaga was the subject of an exhibition at the museum’s...

Interesting Details Was Found On The Pablo Picasso’s Painting

The researcher John Delaney, in conjunction with the Japanese Pola Museum of Art, conducted an analysis of Picasso's painting "Mother with the Child by the Sea" by means of the infrared scanning, which allowed the experts to confirm the authenticity of the work. After that, they conducted a study of the paint layer, and there was an interesting detail...

Scientists Have Proven the True Origin of the Atlantis Treasure

Breaking the hopes of believers around the world, archaeologists maintain that they have finally proved that the legendary 2700-year-old Carambolos treasure discovered in Spain in 1958 is not from the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. Instead, chemical tests show that the gold treasure is of local origin and probably was extracted from mines near Sevilla. "The results show that the origin...

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