Blaze has been designed to populate the disparate roadside verges of the A66 in Middlesbrough.
The structure comprises over 1000 forks arranged in the shape of an abstracted fish.
The Artist subverts the traditional Catholic icon in order to examine social, political and cultural issues.
‘The Best of all Worlds’ positions bodies and their phantoms to give them a voice.
Stadler challenges the viewer’s perspective through shading.
The building’s prismatic facades, result of the collaboration of artist Ólafur Elíasson and Henning Larsen Architects, form a luminescent sculpture.
Assuming that figurative art of the Renascence marks the rise of western civilisation, the work of American figurative painter Terry Rodgers portrays its fall.
Embroidery of paper shaping sections of tree trunks hovers weightless, evoking a sense of loss.
French photographer Alexis Raimbault captures the presence of an alien object deriving in the urban context.
The Instant Hutong project by MARCELLA CAMPA and STEFANO AVESANI is an artistic process of investigation of the rapid urbanization in China.
Graffiti artist ONTSK presents a series of works bringing an aggressive urban feel to the canvas.
A white mask separates into two. Its conjoined parts fuse together recreating a sort of prosthesis for a mirror kiss.
Controlled by a complex algorithm, Swarm Study / III translates collective behavioural patterns found in nature into moving light.
Rio de Janeiro based Brazilian artist Carlito Carvalhosa makes his north american museum debut at MoMA with the monumental installation Sum of Days.
Paris based photographer Marc DA CUNHA LOPES depicts a series of paradoxical skeletons in a domestic background.
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.
BIG + ARCHITECTURAL NEXUS win the architectural competition for the Kimball Art Centre in Utah, USA
The aim was to test the fitness of a particular module, copied from nature, to generate architectural space, with the assumption that the intelligence of the smallest unit dictates the intelligence of the overall system.