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Almost three decades after the emergence of the Frank Gehry Fish Lamps, they have been reinvented by the architect and artist who has created several new pieces for the two exhibitions which are running concurrently at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills and Paris.
These stunning futuristic images are the work of Alexandra Zaharova and Ilya Plotniko of the Moscow based Doberman Studio. The clothes and accessories were created from paper in order to display the jewelry products to their best advantage without any distractions.
While walking through Central Park on his way to work, journalist and blogger, Christopher Maloney became increasingly fascinated by the familiarity of various landmarks and locations, he realised that this feeling of deja vu arose through these places having been used at sometime in the past, as film locations.
This enormous on-site installation was constructed in Amsterdam and is the work of Cuban-American urban land artist, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada. It depicts the face of an unknown Mesoamerican woman. As with most of the artist’s work, due to the vast scale, the best way to appreciate it in full is from an aerial view.
The young Hamburg based Turkish artist Sakir Gokcebag is well known for his eccentric choices of art materials. In the past he has elected to create his installations from random household items to fresh fruit and vegetables. For his latest collection, his medium is equally controversial as he uses toilet rolls.
Since their first meeting whilst searching through a rubbish skip looking for art materials during their art student days, Tim Noble and Sue Webster have been astounding the art world with their ‘street compositions’ lifelike sculptures created from found objects.
In the gardens of the Buckinghamshire stately home of Waddesdon Manor, international light artist Bruce Munro has created two magical light installations, Blue Moon on a Platter and Angel of Light.
Following from the ‘Wrinkles of the City’ projects in Spain, Shanghai and Los Angeles, French street artist JR and Miami based artist Jose Parla chose Havana, Cuba in which to stage their event.during the Havana Biennale earlier this year.
Dan Tobin Smith is an established photographer with a portfolio ranging from still life to commissions from international clients. His recent ongoing project, Alphabetical, is an experimental series of letters of the alphabet in their most recognizable shapes of Helvetica, created from random materials, found objects, flowers, broken glass and feathers...
The Graffiti Spray Can is an object which can function as an art medium in the hands of an artist, bringing color and beauty to an otherwise depressing inner city area. It can also be employed as a tool for vandalism in the hands of the wrong person.