Installation


Bringing the outside in by Per Kristian Nygård

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Dec 2014

Bringing the outside in by Per Kristian Nygård

This is a piece by Per Kristian Nygård, called ‘Not Red But Green’ installed at No Place Gallery in Oslo. In it, he fills the gallery with a bright green meadow that seems to flow through the space creating a beautiful juxtaposition between the inside...

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Amazing light and shadow installation wins ArtPrize

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Oct 2014

Amazing light and shadow installation wins ArtPrize

Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha won both the popular and juried vote at ArtPrize for her absolutely incredible ‘Intersections.’ This was the first time in the history of the Grand Rapids-based competition that an artist won both categories. In my opinion, it was absolutely well deserved....

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The otherworldly sculptures of Sui Park

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Oct 2014

The otherworldly sculptures of Sui Park

Using nothing more than cable zip-ties, New York based artist Sui Park creates 3D organic forms that resemble some sort of otherworldly skeletal sea creatures that seem alive. They are airy, delicate, and very beautiful. According to the artist, “, I try to create an...

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‘The Ninth Wave’ by Cai Guo-Qiang

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Sep 2014

‘The Ninth Wave’ by Cai Guo-Qiang

In his current show at Power Station of Art, titled ‘The Ninth Wave,’ Cai Guo-Qiang takes a visually powerful stand on the environmental condition. Apparently the immediate impetus behind the show was the news of 16,000 dead pigs floating down a river in Shanghai last...

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