Archive for the ‘Sculptures’ Category

Currently running through October 8, 2011 is La Carte D’Après Nature at the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York City. Curated by Thomas Demand, the exhibition features three rarely seen paintings by René Magritte (two of which are on loan from The Menil Collection, Houston). It takes its name from a journal published by Magritte [...]

The stop motion animation MÖBIUS at Federation Square is a set-up of twenty-one large animated triangle sculptures that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behaves as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground. The resulting effect is an optical illusion in conjunction with a time-lapse of people interacting with the sculpture and [...]

Guerra de la Paz, the Miami-based Cuban artistic team of Alain Guerra, and Neraldo de la Paz, have their first Swiss exhibition titled Bonsai Couture currently running at Kashya Hildebrand in Zurich. Red Pom Pom Bonsai Since 1996, the two, have collaborated , originally sourcing the clothing, fabric andmaterials for their sculptures from second-hand goods [...]

Italian artist Matthew Trotta studied industrial mechanical engineering and lives and works in Montecchio Precalcino, Vincenza, in northern Italy. Trotta first works out the design of his sculptures on paper, then molds the iron himself, which is a slow and arduous process. Wire is wrapped around a steel skeleton one by one filling out the [...]

Currently showing at Jablonka Galerie in Cologne, Germany is the Sherrie Levine Crystal Skull Böem Chapel exhibition. Crystal Skulls will run until September 11, 2011.

‘Pacific’ curated by Tokyo-based PMFKA & Antonin Gaultier which features drawings and installations from Atsuhiro Ito, Kyohei Sakaguchi, Megumi Matsubara, Motoyuki Daifu, PMFKA, Takashi Suzuki, Teppei Kaneuji, Yotaro Niwa and Yuri Suzuki, opens this week at Scion’s LA Gallery. Cutting through the layers of reality and challenging the notion of what most of us consider [...]

Currently on show through August 7, 2011 is Dale Chihuly’s ’Through The Looking Glass’ exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This exhibition of new and archival works represents the breadth and scope of the Chihuly’s creative vision over the last four decades.


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