Installation of the master of the street art - Belin
Posted on 06 June 2010 by admin
Posted on 23 May 2010 by admin
Polar bears and penguins committing suicide is the focus of a series of provocative art installations by Taiwanese artist Vincent J.F Huang. Dubbed the Suicide Penguins, Huang’s art explores the negative effects global climate change is having on the animals of the world, in particular the creatures living at the North and South Poles.
The Suicide Penguins art installation, located under Millennium Bridge in London, England features two glass penguins and a stuffed polar bear hanging from nooses.
Posted on 11 May 2010 by admin
Black Hole…huge ball 4 meters in diameter, is made of … 72 ordinary office chairs and Dead Star – taken from the set of used batteries. As its name suggests, the sculpture “slowly cooled since then, as it does not happen any electrical activity. Interestingly, while no longer able to be a source of energy, batteries nonetheless become a source of new life: the life works of art.
Posted on 24 April 2010 by admin
Posted on 12 April 2010 by admin
Who doesn’t want to see a palm tree swaying in the wind from his office window.
Posted on 02 April 2010 by admin
Maurizio Castellana – self-taught artist, at different times worked as a cook, a gardener, a security guard. Creative career began with the manufacture of furniture for her apartment, calling it “functional furniture with creative overtones.
Creativity Maurizio Castellana provocative. He became famous for his work La Nona Ora (The sculpture depicts the pope, has fallen from being hit by a meteorite).
Posted on 27 February 2010 by admin
The idea for “Swimming Pool” by Leandro Erlich was first conceived in 1998 while the artist was in residence in Houston as part of the Core program. Since then, it was featured at the Venice Biennale and has found a home as part of the permanent collection at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan.
Posted on 26 February 2010 by admin
Man has always sought in the sky and tried to implement this vision in many ways. An Austrian Anna Rubin , for example, more than ten years engaged in the creation of the kites and at the same time asserts that when its creation is flying in the sky, it seems as if it flies itself.
Posted on 23 February 2010 by admin
Canadian artist Chris Dorosz transforms the traditional painting, betraying her new functions and forms, reaching into his works, the illusion of depth. Chris Dorosz creates intricate sculptures, using a lattice of acrylic plates, thread, or plastic plates, which are covered with tiny droplets of ink to reproduce the effects of three-dimensional paintings.