Tag Archives: Installation

Gordon Halloran: ‘Lotus in Motion’

Gordon Halloran is a Canadian artists who is specialised in the creation of magnificent art pieces for public spaces. This artist works around painting, sculpture, illustration and video, and combines these different media building stunning site-specific art creations. Gordon Halloran has developed projects for international venues and has become a cultural icon in Canada since […]

Andy Scott’s Kelpies at The Helix

Andy Scott is a Scottish artist based in Glasgow specialising in public art. This very experienced sculptor has created over 70 pieces which are located in public spaces around the world, becoming popular attractions with a unique identity. Scott’s work is mainly focused on site specific art creations built with stainless steel, cast bronze and […]

Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir: ‘Borders’ installation in Chicago

Chicago is hosting from the 8th of August to Spring 2014 a stunning public art installation by the artist Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir at Grand Park. Such project, named Borders, is composed by 26 figures arranged in 13 pairs, and is displayed in different spots around the park in order to temporarily become part of Chicago’s cityscape. This installation is […]

Shady Landscape installation in Pollença

Amparo Sard is a Spanish artist from Mallorca who is currently presenting an absolutely fascinating work inside the church of Santo Domingo in Pollença, Mallorca, from the 20th of July to the 15th of September, as part of Pollença’s Summer Festival. This renown Spanish artist (Mallorca, 1973) holds an exquisit background of solo and group […]

Marseille-Provence 2013

Marseille, founded in 600 BC by the Greeks under the name of Massalia, is today the second largest city in France and one of the most important capitals of Occidental History. This French city has been during many centuries a crossroad of Mediterranean civilisations, which has lead to an incredibly enriching culture that has attracted […]

Sou Fujimoto at the Serpentine Gallery

The internationally renowned Japanese architect, Sou Fujimoto, has been the author of the new installation at the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park, London, as a a site-specific temporary commission. Fujimoto accepted the invitation to create this structure, being the youngest architect designing such pavilion. Fujimoto’s installation occupies 350sqm in front of the Serpentine Gallery, and […]

Drawing installations by Gosia Wlodarczak

Gosia Wlodarczak is a Polish artist from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, whose work has been a success since the beginning of her early career in 1984. Specialized in drawing, and with the extraordinary ability to adapt her drawings into installations, performances and video, she has participated in an enormous number of solo […]

Virtual Motion Graffiti by Daniel Silva

The façade of the Monastery of Santa Clara in Vila do Conde, Portugal, has been transformed by the artist Daniel Silva, after being abandoned in the 17th Century. This artist has done a daring project with virtual motion graffiti, in order to bring light back again to this ancient building. Such work could definitely succeed […]

Vivid Sydney 2013

The city of Sydney is annually transformed into a canvas of stunning light installations and projections, attracting more than 500,000 people. From the 24th of May to the 10th of June, Sydney  presents the Event of light, music and ideas: Vivid Sydney,  around the most famous landmarks in the city. A vast variety of artists from all around […]

Rice Gallery: A World of Light

The Korean artist, Soo Sunny Park, transformed the Rice Gallery space in Houston into a world of light, shadows and color by combining natural and artificial light. Unwoven light is a stunning installation created with Plexiglas shapes on a fence as a continuity of his experimentation of light effects and perception of architectural space. The fence […]