Art Mar 31, 2011

Tatzu Nishi: The Merlion Hotel Interior

Design Boom has a terrific feature on Tatzu Nishi’s temporary hotel suite at the Merlion Hotel created for the Singapore Art Biennale. The room is built around a Merlion – made of 70 tones of white cement – which stands … Read more
Uncategorized Mar 28, 2011

Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts

Sadly short in run, Infinite Variety is one of the most stunning installations of American folk art to hang in New York City. About the exhibition - The American Folk Art Museum has dramatically transformed the Park Avenue Armory’s… Read more
Art Feb 24, 2011

TateShots: Simon Starling at Tate St Ives

“Simon Starling is best known for chopping up a shed, turning it into a boat, sailing it down the Rhine, and then reassembling it as a shed, a work which helped him to win the Turner Prize in 2005. For … Read more
Uncategorized Jan 24, 2011

Lyric Prospect

Fubiz shares this interactive installation from the Festival of Lights of Lyon. The “Lyric Prospect” interacts with sound, morphing the facade of a building – in this case the Theatre of Célestins. See the before above. Check the… Read more
Art Jan 4, 2011

Video | eCloud Sculpture

“Taking inspiration from the behavior and volume of an idealized cloud, Dan Goods, Nik Hafermaas, and Aaron Koblin created eCloud an interactive sculpture for the San Jose International Airport. The dynamic liquid crystal sculpture hangs… Read more
Uncategorized Dec 30, 2010

Luzinterruptus “Shopping With Santa Claus”

Luzinterruptus’ nighttime intervention in Madrid has more to it than a simple holiday spook. As Unurth reports, the artist team says of the work, “Through our nighttime intervention, we want to remind you that in Madrid, the number of… Read more
Art Dec 21, 2010

Martin Fengel for Munich

Munich’s subway stations have been delightfully spruced up by a new arts initiative. It’s Nice That shares the station at Moosach, which features a series of glorious 140 foot flowers from photographer Martin Fengel. Fengel spent a year… Read more
Art Dec 14, 2010

Rei Sato “Peter and the Wolf” Installation

The Guggenheim has some very special events lined up this holiday season, including this weekend’s performances of Peter & the Wolf. Isaac Mizrahi will narrate Sergei Prokofiev’s children’s classic. New York City Opera’s George… Read more
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