Irony, in the agricultural sector…Technology, war, agriculture and the greed of the world’s developed economies collide in this work by Paul Segers.
‘Drop’, a huge metal coin at the Southbank Centre by Paul Cocksedge proved popular with people of all ages.
Designer Stuart Haygarth worked with John Jones to create an installation using off-cuts from picture frames on the marble staircase.
Oskar Zieta arranged his elegant ‘Blow and Roll’ ellipses over the water in the Madejski Garden.
The V&A hosted a very special installation by Paul Cocksedge, ‘A Gust of Wind’.
Michael Anastassiades has designed a pendulum light for the Norfolk House Music Room at the V&A.
Johnny Hawkes’s Sphelix was the centerpiece of the Covent Garden Design District
Loulou Cherinet works primarily with video and photography, creating portraits in series, dominated by narrative storytelling and highly emotional performance.
Kajsa Dahlberg’s conceptual work is research based, dealing with the relationship between the personal and the public.
Manifesta is a roving, contemporary art event, showcasing the most innovative work by artists and curators from Europe and beyond.
Two happy, girly faces and some flowers add a pleasant touch to the grey Berlin walls. A bright orange advertising logo invites us to buy perfection.
Childhood dreams made real.
The Sony World Photography Awards is the most comprehensive photography prize in the world with the broadest range of categories open to photographers of every level.
The exhibition is an exercise in citizen journalism whereby the constant re-ordering and annotation of information in both the artwork and the processes of the resident participants becomes an arena for the structuring and restructuring of truths.
‘Staging Silence’ is based around abstract, archetypal settings that lingered in the memory of the artist as the common denominator of the many similar public places he has experienced.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
The ‘Bridge School’ bridges the two parts of the small village of Xiashi that lie on either side of a small creek running about ten metres below the village.
Crisp, alien, periscope-like objects rise from the desert.