Blastfurnace, the new exhibition from Dutch artist and designer Joep Van Lieshout is “an escape from design.” The exhibition, staged at London’s Carpenters Workshop Gallery, brings together three recent works in bronze as part of Van Lieshout’s New Tribal Labyrinth series. Van Lieshout, who founded his Rotterdam-based studio in 1995, combines industry and art to convey messages about ..read more..
The future of water is the subject of tension. Water is both disposable and sacred, a muse for artists and a necessity for life – a source of healing and of conflict. The Earth has abundant water, but only a very small proportion is available for human use. How should this be managed and sustained, and what would a ..read more..
After collaborating with brands such as: Kidrobot, Vans, G-Shock, Bacardi, Adidas México and Televisa, Mexico City-based artist Saner’s has his first private exhibition in San Francisco at FIFTY24SF which opened on March 16th, 2012. “Corazón Sagrante” features paintings and drawings on paper that depict his signature mystical animal beings with Mexican masks and skulls. As written by FIFTY24MX ..read more..
The exhibition Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs at the Arts Décoratifs Museum tells the story of two men in exceptional course. Each in their time, they changed the fashion industry, able to express the moment by what was happening around them. Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs 9 March–16 September 2012 Les Arts Décoratifs – Mode et textile 107 ..read more..
At Arts Santa Mònica, an exhibition makes apparent the invisible infrastructures that surround our everyday lives We inhabit intangible territories. The networks of invisible infrastructures which surrounds our world are extensive and growing day by day. In this context, Invisible Fields explores how the understanding of our world and our cosmos has been transformed by ..read more..
Artist Yayoi Kusama built and transformed a small domestic environment into a multi-coloured installation at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art in Australia. But it wasn’t just Kusama who did all the hard work: the artist invited child visitors to stick thousands of small coloured stickers to the surfaces of the white room she’d built. ..read more..