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  • Sara Favriau, fragile worlds

  • Parisian artist Sara Favriau (born in 1983) graduated in 2007 from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, in Paris. In her fragile worlds she explores ancient and current practices blending classical techniques with contemporary ones. Her research is a poetic reflection on history’s mechanisms. She starts f[...]
  • Coachella 2017

  • The second Coachella weekend starts today. Being one of the most talked and profitable music festivals in the world, its large-scale art installations are a must-see. This year's guest artists are Chiaiozza, Olalekan Jeyifous, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan and Gustavo Prado. All of them created gigantic pieces t[...]
  • Salone Days: Turmoil

  • Walking around Milan during the Design Week also means incurring into extravagant and cryptic microarchitectures, like the 'engaged' inflatables named Forms of Turmoil. But, what is it exactly? We've seen them on water, as elegant installations or at parties. German collective Raumlaborberlin, with Axel Timm and Fr[...]
  • Mouse bistro

  • If you live in Sweden and own a little house, make sure he visits the mouse bistro created by Anonymouse on the sidewalks of Malmö. It all started as a fun experiment with small scenes consisting of a nut shop, "Noix de vie", and the italian bistro "Il Topolino", on the corner of Bergsgatan and Almbacksgatan, but it [...]
  • 44 Flavours

  • Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle are the creative minds behind 44 Flavours, the German bureau that has been delivering installations, murals, illustrations and print projects around the world for over ten years. Their work comprises all kinds of media, from murals to posters, and painting to sculpture, and their dis[...]
  • superKOLMEMEN blows up Helsinki

  • Seen at the Helsinki Design Week, SuperKOLMEMEN is an urban design intervention by Plastique Fantastique that popped up temporarily for one week in the center of Helsinki, changing the view and perception of the place. People could pass by, sit, walk or drive through, in a playful environment where to gather, talk,[...]
  • PolyLester – Aura Utrecht

  • Dutch studio PolyLester designed some colorful and playful curtains displaced around Utrecht, to form small oasis and an energy fields in the traffic buzz of the city. The transparent shutters shelters frame a moment in space and time with an aura of light. Situated on top of the Jaarsbeurstrappen at the Utrecht Ce[...]
  • Liz West: Our Colour at Bristol Biennal

  • At the Bristol Biennal 2016 British artist Liz West has created Our Colour a new site-specific and immersive installation: using light as a sculptural material, she explores the physical, emotional and psychological effects of colour within a space. What does it feel like to be inside a colour? Does colour change t[...]
  • Juergen Mayer – XXX Times Square

  • Times Square Arts and J. Mayer H. inaugurated XXX Times Square with love, three X-shaped outdoor loungers custom designed for Times Square, each of which can accommodate up to four people who can literally lie back, stare up and send a snapshot of either themselves of the mix of signs and sky above them. Originally[...]
  • Burning Man: Heart of Gold

  • Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu from HYBYCOZO will create three entirely new sculptures at the Burning Man festival, producing a whole new activation of geometry, light, and shadow. After launching the project on Kickstarter, The Heart of Gold, was inspired by Leonardo DaVinci’s revolutionary polyhedron drawin[...]
  • Osteria ai Pioppi: zero elettricità

  • Da più di 45 anni, Bruno Ferrin e Marisa Zaghis sono i fondatori, nonché proprietari, dell’Osteria ai Pioppi, un luogo di ristoro con un parco giochi realizzato interamente a elettricità zero. Dopo l’apertura, il 15 giugno 1969, hanno dedicato la loro vita alla costruzione di giostre meccaniche nel boschetto di pio[...]
  • Minima Moralia

  • Tomaso Boano and Jonas Prišmontas investigate if London will still be the capital of creativity, arts and crafts in the future, with the significant increase in educational fees and rental prices, both residential and work spaces, that are heading the city towards an era of a relentless battlefield for its citizens. [...]