When Colour Occupies Space: Paint Chip Art by Peter Combe

27 September 2014 No Comments

Whilst from afar they may look like sepia-toned photographs, from up-close they reveal themselves to be mesmerising full-spectrum colour sculptures on a tiny scale. Discover the unique three-dimensional visual artworks of San Francisco-based artist Peter Combe. [...]

Shigeru Ban Wraps Up the New Aspen Art Museum

16 September 2014 No Comments

Set against the backdrop of Colorado’s Ajax Mountains, the new state-of-the-art Aspen Art Museum (AAM), entirely designed by 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Shigeru Ban, opened its doors last month. [...]

The Peculiar Fragmented Portraiture of Michael Mapes

04 September 2014 {2} Comments

American artist Michael Mapes creates fragmented 3D portraits of people, including aristocrats from the Dutch Golden Age and just as an entomologist would, puts together fragments or miniatures of photos in small cabinets. [...]

Back to Work: Art Meets Fashion at the ‘Workwear’ Exhibition in Milan

21 August 2014 No Comments

What is the dress code for an imaginary job? Find out at the ‘Workwear’ fashion exhibition at Milan’s Triennale, open until 31 August 2014. [...]

Artist JR turns the Panthèon in Paris INSIDE OUT

25 June 2014 {1} Comment

While you may miss the breathtaking view from the dome of the Panthèon in Paris due to restoration works, a new artistic intervention by JR offers more than enough reason to still visit the awe-inspiring monument this summer. [...]

The Blind for The Blind: Choi Xooang Talks to Yatzer

Known for his unearthly but highly intricate human figures, South Korean artist Choi Xooang has been sculpting for the last 10 years. Following his most recent exhibition, The Blind for the Blind at the Galerie Albert Benamou in Paris, Choi Xooang talked to Yatzer about his sculptures and their impact on the viewer. [...]

Flesh Mirror by Anders Krisár at Christian Larsen Gallery in Stockholm

15 May 2014 - 15 June 2014

A rigorous search for what is perfect and pure takes us back to the unpredictable and messy world of human emotion, as Anders Krisár’s latest solo exhibition at Christian Larsen Gallery reveals. [...]

Lee Bul: Shaping Science Fiction Fantasies Out of Crystal and Glass

17 May 2014 No Comments

Known for being science-sceptical but also for strongly criticizing society’s search for utopia, South Korean artist Lee Bul creates sinister but also visual astounding works depicting the progress of humanity. [...]