Posts Tagged ‘Sculpture’

Best In Show | Nicole Eisenman’s Magnificent Delusion at Anton Kern Gallery, NYC

May 20, 2016  |  Art  |  No Comments

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For her debut exhibition Magnificent Delusion at Anton Kern Gallery, MacArthur Genius Grant artist Nicole Eisenman has presented a new body of characteristically genius new work including paintings, a group of drawings and one plaster sculpture. The works range from the monumental to the intimate in size and address day-to-day life in New York City with all its ordinary, unexpected and sometimes marvelous moments. Read More

Huang Yong Ping Fills Paris’ Grand Palais with a Giant Shipping Crate-Eating Snake & Napoleon’s Hat

May 17, 2016  |  Art, Culture  |  No Comments

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“Maximum power equals maximum destruction,” says Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping, Read More

Swiss Artist Ugo Rondinone Unveils Seven Magic Mountains Installation Outside Las Vegas

May 10, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Swiss Artist Ugo Rondinone Unveils Seven Magic Mountains Installation Outside Las Vegas

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Renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s colorful new large-scale, public artwork Seven Magic Mountains Read More

Paola Pivi Unleashes Her Army of Feathered Polar Bears at the Dallas Contemporary

April 18, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Paola Pivi Unleashes Her Army of Feathered Polar Bears at the Dallas Contemporary

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Currently on view at the ultra-progressive Dallas Contemporary is a rare sight indeed: an army of psychedelic feathered Polar Read More

First Look | Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, & Charles Ray at The Flag Foundation NYC

April 13, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on First Look | Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, & Charles Ray at The Flag Foundation NYC

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On view now at NYC’s FLAG Art FoundationCecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Charles Ray presents works ranging from lushly
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Streets | Elmgreen & Dragset Imagine “Van Gogh’s Ear” as a 30-Foot-Tall Swimming Pool in Rockefeller Center

April 13, 2016  |  Art, Design, Streets  |  Comments Off on Streets | Elmgreen & Dragset Imagine “Van Gogh’s Ear” as a 30-Foot-Tall Swimming Pool in Rockefeller Center

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This week, art duo Elmgreen & Dragset transformed the Fifth Avenue entrance to the Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center Read More

Conceptual Artist Florentijn Hofman Creates Giant Floating Fish Sculpture out of Foam Kickboards in China

April 12, 2016  |  Art  |  Comments Off on Conceptual Artist Florentijn Hofman Creates Giant Floating Fish Sculpture out of Foam Kickboards in China

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Playful conceptual artist Florentijn Hofman, whose penchant for bringing kids toys to life in giant scale (you might remember his Read More

On Exhibit | Huang Yong Ping’s Giant Sea Monster Sculpture Invades Qatar

April 7, 2016  |  Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on On Exhibit | Huang Yong Ping’s Giant Sea Monster Sculpture Invades Qatar

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Currently on view at Qatar’s Al Riwaq Art Space, What About the Art? Contemporary Art from China, curated by Read More

First Look | Tom Sachs’ “Tea Ceremony” at the Noguchi Museum, NYC

March 31, 2016  |  Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on First Look | Tom Sachs’ “Tea Ceremony” at the Noguchi Museum, NYC

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In celebration of the the Noguchi Museum‘s 30th-anniversary mad scientist artist & supertouch buddy Tom Sachs has staged one of his most interesting exhibitions to date with Tea Ceremony, a meditation on and exploration of the ancient and highly ritualistic process of making Read More

First Look | Daniel Arsham’s “The Future Was Then” Installation at SCAD

February 24, 2016  |  Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on First Look | Daniel Arsham’s “The Future Was Then” Installation at SCAD

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Noted futurist Daniel Arsham has transformed the otherwise top-flight SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah, Georgia, into a real hole-in-the-wall with his latest show The Future Was Then. As the centerpiece of the exhibition which features an array of his trademark drapery wall reliefs and volcanic ash sculptures, Arsham has burrowed through a 300-foot-long series of faux concrete walls to create what looks to be the ultimate Read More