The latest JR installation is strong and powerful. Meet Kikito, a Mexican baby boy. The place: the US-Mexico border fence. Which way is the baby looking over? You would have guessed it – Kikito is looking over the border from the Mexican side. The daily struggle for Mexicans to cross the US border This new … Continue reading The latest JR installation is strong and powerful
I do not get excited very often by sculpture works but probably because I have been focusing my interest in illustrated art so it is always joy to get hit on Twitter by this sort of encounter – “Check out Clemens Behr’s cardboard installations”. I am glad I clicked. Using what you can find around … Continue reading Clemens Behr's cardboard installations
Tthe New Orleans Museum of Art currently has the chance to host the large scale installation from the artist Swoon and that is called “Thalassa”. The artwork reigns in the museum’s great hall and feels very powerful. Swoon here wants to voice her reaction to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and she only used found … Continue reading Thalassa – a Swoon installation
One of the exhibitions that got me excited at this year’s Clerkenwell design week, is Sarah Wiestner’s axcrylics mirrors, MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) and LEDs lights installation or make over of the infamous House of Detention known to be haunted.
Cybersecurity brand Kaspersky Lab announces a significant new creative collaboration with London-based Street Art luminary Ben Eine ‘Back to Work’, an artist film exploring Ben Eine’s art practice commissioned by Kaspersky Lab. Specially commissioned artwork by Ben Eine will feature on the 20th Anniversary edition of Kaspersky Lab’s market-leading Kaspersky Total Security v.2018 internet security … Continue reading ‘BACK TO WORK’ by Ben Eine and Kaspersky Lab