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Anish Kapoor, one of the most influential artists of his generation, presents his latest solo exhibition at the Lisson Gallery, a prominent space with which he has had an ongoing professional collaboration over the past 30 years.
At the Palais de Chaillot in Paris, an exhibition by five paper designers may be a reason for reconsidering any preconceived ideas as to what can be created out of paper, glue and scissors. Organized by Cite de l’architecture + Heritage, a selection of urban landscapes, real and imaginary is created by employing a variety of traditional and innovative techniques of bending, folding and snipping sheets of paper.
As an artist, Sander Wassink has a mission to open our eyes to the potential of beauty which exists in an object which is damaged, outmoded or simply rejected. His series of artworks, State of Transience, tracks the possibilities of regeneration
After travelling extensively, young Japanese artist, Sayaka Ganz, settled in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is from here that she scours the trash cans and charity stores to collect used materials
Young self-taught internet artist Erika Iris Simmons is known online as Iri5. She generally works with unconventional media, discarded items like old books or cut up credit cards which she loves as she feels that things from the past always retain
Ron Ulicny is an excellent craftsman and an accomplished artist, with a somewhat bizarre talent for taking the ordinary and creating the extraordinary. There is a positively vintage feel to his choice of materials and objects out of which his sculptures are created.
The Hermés Petit h project is inspired by the childhood memories of Pascal Mussard, co-artistic director of the company and great-great-great granddaughter of Thierry Hermes, founder of the prestigious fashion house.
Currently installed on every available interior surface, including the restrooms, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Black Cloud by Mexican artist, Carlos Amorales consists of 25.000 realistic black paper moths posed in sculptural swarms.
This series of hauntingly beautiful images are the work of media artist, Sergio Albiac. He creates the computer programs which generate the complex layered illustrations and then uses his artistic eye to decide if the work is perfect for
The intricacy of these wire trees by artist, Kevin Iris is absolutely amazing. Constructed entirely of aluminum wire, no further supports or glue is involved in the creation of a surreal facsimile of a living tree complete with thousands of leaves and a complex root system!